You may develop common skin warts caused by HPV on the fingers, hands, and elbows. They may not be painful or itchy but tend to be conspicuous and rough-looking. Since they are so exposed and uncovered, common warts are more prone to injury and bleeding as well. It is important to remember that the removal of warts does not necessarily treat the virus itself. Thus, getting these unsightly warts does not undo the possibility of their recurrence.
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