Can Medical Check-up Know Genital Warts?
Next week I medical check urine check blood check HIV can show doctor’s genital warts?
Hello Rami, Thank you for the question.
Venereal warts are sexually transmitted infections caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Genital warts cause the appearance of small lumps around the genital area and anus. Genital warts are transmitted through sexual contact with a person without safety. To diagnose genital warts, doctors generally can make a diagnosis by doing a direct examination. However, if these symptoms are invisible the doctor will do a blood test, such as an HPV-DNA test.
Health checks are intended to assess a person's condition before starting to continue their education or work in a particular agency. Medical examinations include medical interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, X-rays, and others. Blood tests performed usually depend on the medical team which is usually in the form of a basic blood test. Health checks generally do not include blood tests for HPV. Thus, this examination cannot show the presence of genital warts.
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