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mine takes about 3 days and i notice shedding of the skin. i would like to ask if it is safe to have sex????
doctor told me the healing process takes 1 week. i am afraid if the skin hasnt healed i am susceptible to contrat other STDs and HIV....please help.
i had cryotherapy in the same spot for my warts it took about a week for the scab to fall off and about 2 weeks to get the normal skin colour back my docter said i could have sex but recommened using a condom but i just waited till it was all healed then you dont have to worry
hi, thanks for your reply, i am wondering what is the duration for the healing? is it when the skin is shedded means its already healed right???? i am worried as i had sex 3 days after the treatment thanks
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