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Can anyone tell me how warts grow? Do they pop up smaller and get bigger or do they stay the same size? How long do they stick around generally? I guess I'm curious as to warts on the penis, but any info is good.
I have read things that imply both so far... such as: it seemed to pop up over night. - and - after a year or two i shaved and noticed that the bumps were much bigger. Does this sound right to you guys? A stupid disease that causes warts that can behave differently, look differently?
This is what I need to know: let's say some warts pop up randomly... bumps,some small some super small. Would they stay about the same or would they grow bigger within a couple of months?
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