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Children are especially prone to warts, as are teenagers. However, irrespective of age or gender, anyone, anywhere can find warts growing on their body.
The time that it takes for a wart to develop will vary from person to person. Some people might find a wart developing on their body almost immediately after coming in contact with an infected person, while some people will never have a wart problem because their natural immune system has the ability to protect them against HPV.
Once you have a wart, it is possible that it will go away entirely naturally in as little as a couple of weeks, while on the other hand, some warts can hang around for many months or even years and be extremely difficult to get rid of.
Yet again, it comes down to the individual wart sufferer. If you have a strong, healthy immune system, it will generally make it far more likely that your body will naturally ‘solve’ your wart problem, but it does not always follow.
What is more likely is that if you have an immune system that has been weakened by a pre-existing medical condition like Aids or something as invasive as chemotherapy, it becomes far easier for warts to develop. Furthermore, it is probably going to be far more difficult to get rid of them as well simply because your body would be far less capable of ‘fighting back’ when your immune system is weakened or otherwise compromised.