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Cures For Genital Warts In Men

Cures For Genital Warts In Men: What They Really Are And How To Rid Yourself.

Genital Warts is a sexually transmitted condition in which a man is plagued with the appearance of wart like growths in his genital area. These warts come from some type of bacteria or infection and they are transmitted by way of sexual contact. This sexual contact can be between the penis and either the mouth, anus, or vagina of another person. The virus that is mostly responsible for this condition is the HPV virus or the human papilloma virus. There are over 70 strings of the HPV virus. Genital Warts have an incubation period of six weeks to six months which means they may not show up right away after a man has been infected.

This may cause a little confusion in a relationship when it should not. Not everyone who is exposed to genital warts will contract them, but there is no telling who will and who will not. Symptoms of genital warts include the obvious warts on the genital area. Other places where warts may break out is on the mouth, lips, tongue, or palate. An itching penis and increased dampness in the area of the warts is quite possible as well. Genital Warts can be treated in one of two ways. They can be treated with skin medications which are applied several times a day.

These medications include things such as Imiquimod (Aldara), Podophyllin, podofilox (Condylox), and Trichloroacetic acid (TCA). Warts may also be treated surgically with laser therapy Cryosurgery, Electrocauterization, or Surgical excision (cutting them out). There is not really a hundred percent certifiable "cure" for genital warts. Once a man is treated for warts he may still be able to infect others even if he is not having an outbreak. Some cases of genital warts go away on their own. They can only be managed to the best of one's ability.

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