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If you want to ask Dr. HHH, you have to post this in the experts forum, where you will need to pay $20 for an answer. Also, this doesn't guarantee that you will get dr. HHH as both Dr. Hook and Dr. HHH answer the questions in the expert forum.
a Wart or zit appearing after just less than 2 weeks is kinda soon but that doesn't mean it hasn't happend to people.
The best thing to have done is gone to see a dermatologist, they are the best to get a diagnosis from in this case. However, since you already zapped the wart, dont know how much it will help.
Your Doctor is wrong about this being lifelong, well there are difference of opinions on the virus.
Try searching this forum and read other replies and posts from people.
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