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Colorectal Conditions

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Anal Warts

Most anal warts are caused by HPV types 6, 11, 16, or 18. Since there is no cure for the HPV virus once you have the HPV virus, you are always infectious.

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Pilonidal Disease

Pilonidal disease can occur one time, or it may become a chronic issue. It begins with a cyst in the pilonidal area that is located in the crease of the buttocks near the tailbone. Pilonidal disease affects more men than women, from puberty to age 40.

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Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis is primarily caused by having a high-fat, low-fiber diet, resulting in the formation of pouches in the intestinal wall. If these pouches become inflamed or infected, the symptoms worsen.

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Colon Cancer

The most common treatment for colon cancer is surgery. There are a few different of surgery for color cancer and the specific type of procedure usually depends on several different factors. 

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Perianal Abscess

The perianal area is the skin surrounding the anus. The skin can be easily damaged or injured by straining if you suffer from constipation, diarrhea and may be associated with certain diseases. 

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Rectal Cancer

Rectal Cancer has a very good chance of being cured if it is found in its early stages and does not discriminate between sexes. It is common in both men and women. There are some things that you can do to decrease the likelihood of rectal cancer. 

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