Cheap Genital Warts Treatments

Chris ShadowOct 20, 2010 | edited Oct 20, 2010 - by @ChrisShadow

To remove your hpv genital warts there are a lot of creams that can be used. The 3 favorites are Efudex, Podofilox and Aldara. To use these removal remedies you need to visit your sexual health clinic to get a prescription from the specialist. These creams can cost nearly $500. While using these creams expect to get a lot of side effects such as swelling, burning and blistering. This is the main reason people all over the world are creating and selling alternative effective treatments.

Genital warts are caused by the virus HPV. The H stands for Human, the P stand for Papiloma, and the V stands for Virus. This virus has many strains and about 20 of the starins are responsible for hpv genital warts. One person in every 5 in America will get the HPV virus in their lifes.

There are creams that can be applied by yourself with no side effects. This means that they can be safely used by you in the comfort of your own home.

There are procedures for removing hpv warts that can be carried out by a doctor. The first way is to freeze off the genital warts. For this the doctor will put liquid Nitrogen onto the genital warts that need to be removed. This will kill them instantly. However by using liquid nitrogen there is a 55% chance they will grow back.

You get the hpv virus by having a sexual relationship with an infected partner. Just close genital contact is enough to contract the virus. HPV genital warts are painless but are itchy. They do become painful during sex depending on where the warts are located.

Electrocautery and therapy can also be used to kill the genital warts. If the warts have grown huge or are forming in clusters the doctor will refer you to a STD surgeon who will remove them with his scalpel.

Learn more about genital warts treatments. Stop by this genital warts website where you can find all about different treatments and lots more.

wartamine Author Apr 22, 2011

HI there,
Treatment regimens are classified into patient-applied and provider-applied modalities.


edited Apr 22, 2011 - by @wartamine29278
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