Can a vitamin deficiency cause warts on a womens vagina?
- EdnaLv 71 month ago
Warts on a person's genitals (not in the vagina) are genital warts. A vitamin deficiency has nothing to do with it, They're very contagious and they are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infecting the skin. The warts are spread through sexual intercourse, and are classified as an STD. They can affect both men and women.
- 2 months ago
No. It is caused by a virus
- D_21Lv 52 months ago
A vitamin deficiency can impact a woman's immune system, and her body's ability to fight off the virus that causes genital warts. The Human papillomavirus is the most common cause of warts occurring in the genital region. (HPV)
There's some evidence suggesting people deficient in Vitamin A (also known as Beta Carotene) are more likely to struggle with symptoms of HPV infection. Deficiency of various Vitamin B's, and the amino acid L-Lysine may also make a person more susceptible.
- iblis666lovesyouLv 62 months ago
No. Sex caused warts. It spreads person to person.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Vitamin deficiencies can present in many ways, but not one of those includes vaginal warts. If you have vaginal warts on your vagina it means they are in the inside of your body. If you mean warts or blisters on the outside (labia or vulva) that would definitely lead towards the possibility of an existing STD. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
- TulipLv 72 months ago
Noooo that's an STD
- MarcLv 72 months ago
No. Warts are caused by a virus