Genital Wart Symptoms
Here we discuss the more
common genital wart symptoms.
How Do You GET Genital
HPV can be tranferred VERY easily
so it's important to know how.
Test For Genital Warts
There are several methods doctors
use to test for HPV infections.
Removing Genital Warts
can be removed
many different way. Here are some methods.
Curing Genital Warts
Is there a CURE for genital warts?
The answer may be surprising.
25 Top Genital Warts & STDs Products - 2009
Center for Disease Control advises that primarily genital warts are treated in the hopes of removing them and stopping their spread on first of all the patient and then to others who may come in intimate contact with the patient as is the case in all cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Diseases can cause discomfort, long term health problems and pain if left untreated. Perhaps we should also note that they can be found in the vaginal, perianal, urethra, perineum, cervix, mouth and even nasal areas. If left untreated these diseases may appear to clear up but remain dormant, or may attack the body in other ways.
Diagnosis is made visually and then confirmed by biopsy or a lab tests. Therapy is not always successful, and sometimes other treatment is required. Many types of Genital warts have been discovered and prevention is wise. Frequently patients have been diagnosed with multiple types of HPV simultaneously.
Types of recommended Herpes treatments are: Podofilox 0.5% solution or gel, also called Condylox (Oclassen) may take up to a month of therapy. Adults apply with finger or applictor every 12 hours for 3 days then discontinue for 4 repeating for up to 4 weeks if needed.
Aldara (3M) or Imiquimod: This product comes in a package containing 12 single use packets of cream, which are to be applied in a thin layer to the warts just prior to retiring to bed and washed off 6 - 10 hours later. this treatment should not last more than 16 weeks and sexual contact should be avoided while in treatment.
Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen or cryoprobe (physician administered); Podophyllin resin 10% -25% (physician administered), Trichloracetic acid or Bichloroacetic acid 80 - 90% (physician administered)
Samoxol claims to have created a genital warts and herpes treatment that works safely, without side effects, while removing the painful symptoms and attacking the virus. It works by regenerating the skin in the effected area and aiding it in healing with a natural ingredients consisting of L-Lysine. This product can be purchased without a prescription and is shipped in a plain wrapper.
Travel on to GenitalWartsRelief.com where you will find three more products reviewed and rated by professionals and patients; Wartrol, Dermisil, and Amoils.
It is claimed that Wartrol has a 97% success rate, has no side effects reported, is all natural, helps to eliminate future outbreaks and is money back guaranteed. This information is based on 423 reviews.
Dermisil brought substantial results in 2-4 weeks to its reported patients. Reviewed by 321 individuals, it is recommended for use for a minimum of 6 months to decrease the probablity of future outbreaks.
Amoils consists of all natural healing oils and is recommended for those with sensitive skin. It is not as effective as the two previous products but because of the natural mild oils is useful for those who have had reactions to other product ingredients. Results should be seen after 4 weeks of consistent treatment.
Biogetica is an anti-herpes kit containing tablets, nosodes and clay to attack the virus in three ways. Biogetica claims that a 3-month course will ensure that the patient never experiences another outbreak of genital warts or shingles. The product is the result of years of Homeopathic, Chinese, Synergetic, Ayurvedic, and Biotech research combined with German nosode therapy.
Another product promises not to simply attack the symptoms but to assist the body by detoxifying it. It is called Resolve Herpes. In a two step procedure lasting 50 days it removes the virus from the body.
Viratrol contains all natural ingredients, does not require a precription and claims to heal the body of genital warts from the inside out. It is an oral supplement which both nourishes the cells and optimizes the immune system.
HPVCurative guarantees results, claiming to eliminate genital warts and restore skin to its previous state. According to their quoted statements studies have demonstrated HPVCurative disintegrated HPV cells without damaging the surrounding healthy tissue.
Healing Natural Oils makes a 100% natural anti-viral essential oil which can be applied topically to the site for treatment of genital warts. They guarantee it to remove all types of genital warts within 2-6 weeks safely, gently and effectively. They also claim that once removed they will not grow back.
Valtrex or Valacyclovir (GlaxoSmithKline) is used as a suppressant immediately at the first sign of Herpes in order to reduce the risk of transmitting the infection to a partner.
The sexually transmitted disease Chlamydia does not always have symptoms, in fact 75% of females may have little or no symptoms, but may contract pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) from the infection, which can result in infertility. Oral antibiotics need to be administered to both the patient and their partner(s) and sex should be avoided until treatment is completed. Recommended antibiotics are:
Azithromycin, also called Zithromax or Zmax (Pfizer) is administered in a single oral dose weighing 1 gram. This is the only prescription medication recommended for pregnant women.
Doxycycline, Tetracycline, or Doryx (Warner Chilcott) given in 100 mg tablets twice a day for a week. According to emedicinehealth.com up to 95% of all patients treated will be cured after one course of antibiotics.
Erythromycin (Abbott) has been reported to make many people sick to their stomachs which adversely affects the way the medication is absorbed. This is why it is not considered to be one of the most effective treatments prescribed according to Elizabeth Boskey, Ph.D., About.com.
Floxin, Quinolone, or Ofloxacin (Ortho-McNeil) can be prescribed for the treatment of Gonorrhea in a single 400 mg. dose in conjunction with pain relievers. For the treatment of Chlamydia it is generally prescribed in a 300 mg. tablet to be taken twice daily for a week.
The same medication can also be prescribed for PID. It should be taken in 400 mg. doses every 12 hours for 10-14 days and treatment may require two different antibiotics to be prescribed to work in conjunction with one another. Sometimes IV fluids are needed for treatment also.
In treating Trichmoniasis the Center for Disease Control 2006 gives the following guidelines but also advises that your family physician should have the last say on which treatment is right for you:
Metronidazole, Flagyl, or Nitromidazole (Pharmacia) should be given in one 2 gram single dose or
Tinidazole, Nitroimidazole, or Tindamax (Presutti) in the same dose.
For the treatment of syphilis a single dose of penicillin (Brystol Meyers-Squib) may be given; usually injected into the patient's muscle. In treating syphilis there is concern about AIDS and follow up tests should be performed.
Retrovir or Zodovudine 300 mg. tablets (GlaxoSmithKline) are given for the prevention of maternal-fetal HIV transmission and for the treatment of HIV.
Norvir or Ritonavir (Abbott) 100 mg. tablets are used to treat HIV.