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By Anonymous December 28, 2013 - 1:01pm
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hello im 19 years old today i foubd out i have gental warts in vigaina i been to sex clinic i have wight bumps and i have boyfriend i havent cheated on him i been with him for year and a month now but i think i got them from my ex i feel like killing my self im so scared beacouse i feel like my like my life is over how can i make hem go away forever please help?! :'(

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Hi I feel the exact same way. I was just diagnosed with genital warts a couple of days ago. Most of the time I feel like my life is over, and I'm living two different lives, because I don't want anyone to know that I have this. My sex partners are aware that I'm hpv positive. I feel like I'll be alone the rest of my life. And it makes me crazy every time I think about my situation, because I have only been with two people, and both of them cheated on me. I'm losing my mind and I don't know what to do. I am currently being treated. The external ones appear to be getting smaller, but I believe the internal ones are much worse, because the pain is so excruciating where I can't walk and have to lay in bed sometimes which is why I had to drop out of college. It doesn't help that my gynecologist is very rude, judgmental, and doesn't seem to really care about me. This virus is controlling my life. What do I do about the pain? Then I see you can get oral warts?! I'm at my wits end. Please help me.

August 21, 2014 - 12:31pm
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Let’s start by saying there is no need to be sadden about finding out you have genital warts. Genital warts are one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections. Having those feelings of killing yourself is not necessary.  You can live a normal live, there is a lot of different treatments to help anyone with this condition. Genital HPV it is spread through sexual contact. In most cases, your immune system kills genital HPV and you never develop signs or symptoms of the infection. Factors that can increase your risk of becoming infected include:Having unprotected sex with multiple partners, Having sex with a partner whose sexual history you don't know. You might have contracted the disease from your ex partner or your recent boyfriend. It’s best to discuss with your doctor which treatment would be best for you. Please feel free to discuss with your doctor, this is a common sexually transmitted infection and you will not be the first patient he have had to prescribed treatment for. 

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