Top Genital Warts Treatment Reviewed for 2014

Genital warts is a health subject that those who are (or who are about to become) sexually active should be familiar with. Genital warts are caused by certain types of Human Papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a virus that can be contracted by direct genital contact such as vaginal and/or anal sex. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that at least 50% of sexually active people will get genital HPV.

The types of HPV that are associated with the visible skin changes known as genital warts fall into the low risk category. This means that genital warts do not put a person at increased risk for cancer. Genital warts are visible growths or bumps that can be raised or flat, small or large, and singular or multiple in number. External warts can be found on the penis, vulva, scrotum, and surrounding skin tissues. Internal warts can be found on the cervix, vagina, urethra, and anus. Often genital warts go unnoticed, but they can be painful, itchy, and bleed easily.

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Wartrol is an all natural homeopathic formulation for the treatment of personal warts. Wartrol includes many ingredients that help treat the breakouts associated with Warts. Personal wart breakouts burn, itch, and are hideous to look at especially since they are in your private areas. Although there may not be any cure for the HPV virus from your system, its constant use makes it one of the best products available to treat them in terms of breakout to breakout.

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Jan 4

Overview of the Human Papillomavirus Virus and Genital Warts

Genital warts is a health subject that those who are (or who are about to become) sexually active should be familiar with. Genital warts are caused by certain types of Human Papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a virus that can be contracted by direct genital contact such as vaginal and/or anal sex. The Centers for Disease [...]

Feb 5

Genital Warts Treatment Options – A Doctor’s Guide

The goal of genital wart treatment is to eliminate or prevent the lesions themselves. By eliminating the genital warts, the chance of passing the sexually transmitted disease to others is reduced. Most of the human papillomavirus (HPV) is contained within the genital warts themselves, so by eradicating them the amount of virus is reduced. Key [...]

Jan 3

How to Treat & Cure Genital Warts (2011 Edition )

As the name implies, condyloma acuminata, or genital warts, are warts that occur in the genital area. They are also called venereal warts because they are a type of venereal disease, which is a disease spread by sexual contact. They can also be called anal warts or anogenital warts because they can also be found [...]

Feb 3

CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) LASER THERAPY

CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) LASER THERAPY The CO2 laser utilizes focused infrared light energy. This energy is absorbed by the tissues, making the tissue water to vaporize. The target area gets void of water, is not viable any longer, so the lesion gets destroyed. Laser allows precise tissue ablation by spatial limitation of thermal damage and [...]

Feb 3

SURGICAL EXCISION

Surgery is a destructive treatment for Genital Warts. It can be performed with scissors, a scalpel or by electrocautery (electrosurgery, detailed here). Surgical removal is the preferred method especially for large lesions causing obstruction, i.e., involving the urethral meatus, although it can be applied to any wart. It is particularly useful when there is a [...]

Jan 31

Genital Warts Treatment Overview for 2012

Genital warts (GW) are sexually transmitted disease caused by human papillomaviruses (HPV). Usually they are asymptomatic but, depending on the size and location, may be painful or itchy. If left untreated, visible genital warts can resolve on their own, remain unchanged, or increase in size or number. Before the treatment is started, the physician should [...]