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when are you not contagious?
Hi there Dr. Handsfield, I was diagnosed with  genital warts last summer, treated most of them my self using apple cider vinegar and had the rest removed by a Dr. It's been 6 months since ive had any signs of them, I check weekly with ACV to see if any are coming back, am I still contagious? Thank you
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how long have you had this? men can clear this in two years longer for women :)
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That's not a proven fact.
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No one really knows the answer to your question. Some doctors say if you haven't had any warts in 6-24 months then you are not contagious, others say you are always contagious . From personal experience , I had no warts for almost a year, then one popped up. It definitely sucks but it's not the end of the world. Keep your immune system strong , hopefully someone will have a definite answer soon
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