Genital Warts Treatment

Genital warts are a common sexually transmitted infection (STI) that causes uncomfortable skin growths in the genital area. At Click2Pharmacy, our online acne clinic can prescribe medications for genital warts, such as creams, solutions and ointments.

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What Are Genital Warts?

Genital warts are skin growths in the genital or anal area caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), a very common virus. They can look like small bumps on their own or in groups and might be hard to see. Though they can cause discomfort, they’re usually not harmful.

What Causes Genital Warts?

Genital warts are caused by the HPV virus, which spreads through skin-to-skin contact, especially during sexual activities. HPV has many types, but only some cause genital warts, not everyone who gets HPV will develop genital warts, but they are a common outcome of the virus.

What Are The Symptoms Of Genital Warts?

Genital warts symptoms aren’t typically visible because they’re small or internal. However, the most noticeable signs of genital warts include:

  • Small, flesh-coloured or grey lumps in the genital area
  • Itching or discomfort
  • Bleeding during sex

How To Treat Genital Warts

To treat genital warts, the options vary from creams and ointment to more advanced treatments such as freezing and surgery, depending on the severity of the virus. However, treating genital warts will reduce your symptoms and the visibility of warts, but the virus has no cure.

Treatments For Genital Warts

Over-The-Counter Treatment For Genital Warts

Over-the-counter treatments are generally not suitable for genital warts because of the sensitivity of the affected area. Genital warts require specific types of medication that can accurately target the virus without causing harm to the skin around the genital area.

Prescription Creams For Genital Warts

For those who need treatment for genital warts, prescription medications are the most effective option. These treatments should be used under the guidance of a GP or pharmacist to ensure they’re applied correctly and to minimise side effects. Some of the prescription treatments for genital warts include:

  • Aldara Cream: Aldara cream boosts your immune system to fight genital warts. It’s typically applied three times a week before bedtime, left on the skin for about 6 to 10 hours, and washed off with water and mild soap. Treatment can continue for up to 16 weeks, but the length of treatment depends on how quickly your warts clear up. It’s important not to cover the treated area with bandages or dressings after applying Aldara.
  • Warticon: Warticon comes in both cream and solution form, allowing for flexible application depending on the warts’ location and ease of application. These treatments attack the wart tissue and are usually applied twice a day for 3 days, followed by a 4-day break, with the process being repeated up to four times or until the warts are gone.
  • Catephen: Catephen is a topical ointment made from green tea extracts and prevents the growth of wart cells. It’s applied 3 times a day until the warts disappear for up to 16 weeks. Catephen is directly applied to the warts and should not be washed off immediately after application.

Genital Warts Removal

For genital warts removal, it’s important to speak with your GP or a pharmacist, as they can recommend safe and effective treatment options tailored to your specific needs. The removal options offered in the UK on the NHS include:

Cryotherapy: Cryotherapy freezes the warts with liquid nitrogen. This quick procedure may require multiple sessions to remove the warts completely, and although the process can be uncomfortable, it’s effective for many patients.

Electrosurgery: For larger or more stubborn warts, electrosurgery might be used to burn the wart off with an electrical current and is usually done under local anaesthesia.

Surgery: In some cases, a surgeon may cut out the warts and might be recommended if other treatments are unsuccessful.

Genital wart removal treatment can take weeks or months to work, and there’s still a chance the treatment could be unsuccessful, causing the warts to return.

Genital Warts Treatment FAQs

They can vary greatly in appearance. Some are small, flat, and barely noticeable, while others might be larger and have a cauliflower-like appearance. They may be flesh-coloured or slightly darker.

Without treatment, genital warts can last for months or even years. With proper treatment, they usually improve within several weeks, but it might take longer for them to disappear completely.

They are one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections. Many people will get at least one type of HPV, the virus that causes genital warts, at some point in their lives.

The time from infection to the appearance of warts varies widely among individuals. It can range from a few weeks to several months; in some cases, warts may not appear for years.

If you notice growths, lumps, or skin changes in your genital area, you must get checked. Also, if you’re experiencing discomfort, itching, or bleeding, these are reasons to seek advice.

Yes, the HPV vaccine offers protection against the types of HPV most likely to cause genital warts. Using condoms can also reduce your risk of getting HPV and other sexually transmitted infections.

A doctor can often diagnose genital warts just by looking at them. Sometimes, a biopsy may be needed to confirm the diagnosis, especially if the warts appear abnormal.

Genital warts, caused by certain types of HPV, don’t usually affect the pregnancy itself. However, the hormonal changes during pregnancy can make warts grow faster or in larger numbers. It’s important to discuss any concerns with your doctor or a healthcare professional, as they can advise on managing the condition during pregnancy.

Yes, you can buy genital warts treatment online for genital warts from our genital warts treatment clinic following a free online consultation with one of our licensed pharmacists.

They may go away on their own, stay the same, or increase in size or number. Untreated warts can also lead to discomfort, and there’s a risk of passing the virus to others.

Genital warts are passed on through direct skin-to-skin contact, mainly during vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has the virus.

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After refusal of doctors appointment same old same old ring back etc. I was invited at 5.25 to see doctor I drove over immediately. Everything fully explained and checked over I was leaving by 6pm with penicillin for strep throat. Had I followed my doctors receptionist I would probably have suffered longer and increased the chances of a worse infection.I Great efficient service.
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