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.
Removing Genital Warts
There are many methods of which those affected by genital warts symptoms can take advantage of including Aldara and Condylox which are treatments that can be applied at home.
In addition to these, there are many other methods to help eliminate genital warts symptoms and reduce the affected areas substantially.
Other methods for removing genital warts includes cosmetic surgery around affected areas such as external areas and anus.
Remember that cosmetic surgery may indeed leave some scarring.
Warts can be taken off in a number of ways including freezing them off and acid treatment in addition to cosmetically removing the genital warts.
There are topical solutions which can be used at home such as Aldara, but there are also more intense genital wart solutions which can be applied by medical professionals such as Podofin, Efudex and Fluoroplex.
Having a medical professional involved in the treatment of genital warts symptoms can be very beneficial as they can get to areas which the affected individual may not be able to as well as take care of larger areas affected by HPV6.
It is important to note that no genital wart medications should be used while pregnant unless recommended by a medical professional.
A couple treatments physicians have deemed ok during pregnancies includes that of trichloroacetic acid or TCA and bichloroacetic acid or BCA for their treatment.
Many individuals affected by genital warts symptoms have also been treating their genital warts symptoms with more natural remedies using essential oils such as tea tree oils as well as other plant oils in addition to such things as vitamin E oil, garlic and other supplements intended to help boost the immune system (i.e. vitamins C & A).
Even though the genital warts symptoms have been treated and are no longer visible, it is important to note that the HPV viral infection may still be inside the affected individual and the genital wart symptoms may still recur.
This being said, it is important to remember that if there are no signs of genital warts & symptoms thereof, others may still be infected by HPV is you are a carrier of the HPV virus and it is important to practice safe sex while using preventative measures in order to ensure that you and others are protected from the spread of any form of HPV virus during sexual activity.
Please consult your physician or medical professional for actual medical advice.
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