Wart Treatment

Genital warts are a common sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). They typically develop as small, skin-colored or pink bumps or clusters on the genital area, including the penis, vulva, vagina, or anus. They are highly contagious, can sometimes cause symptoms, and commonly require treatment to clear them and prevent spreading or complications.

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Commonly, genital warts are asymptomatic, but symptoms can include itching, burning, or discomfort in the affected area, and bleeding which may be worsened during sexual intercourse.

Other symptoms include:

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Small lumps on genitals, upper thighs, or anus

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Painless bumps, soft growths, and skin tags around genitals

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Cauliflower-like shape of several warts close together

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Bleeding during intercourse

Genital warts are caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is highly contagious and can be transmitted even if there are no skin lesions present. Risk factors for developing genital warts include unprotected sexual activity, multiple sexual partners, and immunosuppression or a weakened immune system.

Treatment options include prescription topical medications (e.g. imiquimod, podofilox) which are applied at home on a specific regimen to target and destroy the HPV infected cells with either direct destruction or stimulation of the immune system to target the cells. Procedures such as cryotherapy (freezing the warts) or electrocautery (burning the warts) can be useful in treatment. Surgical removal is rarely needed. These procedures are performed in a healthcare professional's office.

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After treatment, it is important to have regular appointments with your healthcare provider as well as performing self-monitoring to ensure the warts remain clear and that no long-term issues from HPV infection arise. It is also important to notify sexual partners about the presence of genital warts so they can seek appropriate testing and treatment.

Preventative measures include safe sex practices such as routine, correct use of condoms, limiting the number of sexual partners, and getting vaccinated with the HPV vaccine, which is available and approved for all individuals between the ages of 9 and 45.

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Yes, since genital warts are caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus, they are considered an STD. Thankfully, there is a way to get discreet treatment for genital warts by using CallonDoc should you not wish to see a doctor in person.
A genital warts diagnosis is usually given after an consultation with a medical provider. Sometimes, genital warts can be mistaken for ingrown hairs that have resulted in infected hair follicles. If a doctor is uncertain, a small sample or swab of the wart can be sent to a lab for testing. CallonDoc can treat and test for genital warts all from the comfort and privacy of your home.
The strains of HPV that cause genital warts don't usually cause other health problems, and even though they are caused by HPV, there is almost no increased risk of developing cancer. For low-risk HPV strains, you do not need additional cancer screening tests. However, once visible genital warts are gone, there is still a chance they could come back in the future.
HPV can also result in other health complications, including: Higher chance of getting and passing HIV , Warts that are resistant to treatment , Cervical dysplasia. (Pregnancy) Tell your health care provider if you are pregnant and have genital warts. You can pass the genital warts virus to your child during birth.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for HPV. However, the virus may go away after a while. The main concern for patients with HPV remains to treat the symptoms and get tested regularly so that any possible medical complications can be caught as early as possible. Genital warts can be treated in a number of ways, including topical ointments or more complicated procedures. However, this won’t cure the HPV that caused the warts. CallonDoc offers patients comprehensive online genital wart treatment that can help them manage their symptoms and overall health
Although you can’t cure HPV, fast treatments are available for genital warts that can help relieve the discomfort associated with their presence. Although there’s no set time limit for treating the condition, an online prescription for genital warts can get you started on treatment within hours of your CallonDoc online visit.
There are several treatment options for genital warts, including: Topical creams like Imiquimod, which help boost the immune system and can help treat warts and skin cancers Cryotherapy which involves freezing off the genital warts Electrodesiccation which involves burning off the genital warts with an electric current CallonDoc offers its patients accessible treatment for genital warts that can be prescribed online and collected from your nearest pharmacy in 1-2 hours.
Yes, CallonDoc can help patients test for STIs using at-home test kits or treat the same day with an online consultation.
Yes, genital warts are an STI which means they are contagious. Luckily, you can get genital warts medication online using CallonDoc, which does not require appointments, phone or video consultation for prescription treatment. CallonDoc offers same day discreet STD treatment through an online form, or asynchronous visit.
The HPV that causes genital warts doesn’t always produce symptoms, which means genital warts can appear in some people and be absent in others even though both have HPV. Genital warts are spread through skin-to-skin contact. If you have symptoms, you can get a prescription for genital warts after consulting with an online doctor. CallonDoc also offers expedited partner treatment for 50% off if both you and your partner need care.
Yes, you can get a genital warts HPV prescription online after a quick consultation with our CallonDoc physicians or taking a convenient at-home test.
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