Genital Warts

Genital warts are one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STI). It spreads through vaginal, anal, and in some cases oral sex. The infection manifests in small, fleshy lumps in the genital area. Sometimes, they can affect your urination flow like peeing sideways. This infection does not cause any pain, however, it is contagious so you should treat it as soon as you notice it. We can help through our reliable and effective treatment options

Genital warts are one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STI). It spreads through vaginal, anal, and in some cases oral sex. The infection manifests in small, fleshy lumps in the genital area. Sometimes, they can affect your urination flow like peeing sideways. This infection does not cause any pain, however, it is contagious so you should treat it as soon as you notice it. We can help through our reliable and effective treatment options

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are genital warts? 

Genital warts are small, fleshy lumps that develop on the surrounding area of the vagina, penis, and anus. They are considered a sexually transmitted infection. Thus, they can spread sexually through vaginal, anal, and sometimes oral sex. The warts are sometimes hard to notice because of their small size and if they develop inside the vagina, in women or the urethra, in men, the infection will not be visible.

Warts may start to show between two weeks to several months after sexual contact with an infected person. The bumps do not cause any pain or harm, but they can cause itching. 

What causes genital warts? 

Genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). There are several strains for this virus but the most common one which causes almost 90% of genital wart infections are the HPV-6 and HPV-11 strains. The other strains of HPV have the risk of developing cancer but genital warts are generally mild and rarely cause cervical cancer.

People who were vaccinated with HPV around 14 to 15 years old are safe against genital warts, so they don’t have to worry about getting infected. 

The infection spreads through unprotected sex with an infected individual. It can not be contracted from kissing, touching, sharing towels or through toilet seats, contrary to popular beliefs.

What is the treatment or genital warts? 

True Medical offers medications to aid in clearing your genital warts fast and safe. Even if they are not harmful, genital warts can spread to others quickly. They can cause itching, so treating them is advised to stop the discomfort and the spread to other people. Take note that treatments will only clear warts but don’t cure the infection. So you’ll notice that once you’ve contracted genital warts once, they may grow again in the future.

Using a cream or liquid is usually enough to treat genital warts effectively. However, if the warts are blocking passages or have grown big, surgery may be required. Such procedures may include freezing, cutting, or using a laser. Make sure to have it done by a trained doctor only.

Using effective treatments for genital warts not only stops the spread of infection but also alleviates the symptoms that come with it such as itching and any other discomfort. It also helps you maintain good genital hygiene, as warts could be a struggle to clean. After the success of the treatment, always use protection when having sex and do not share sex toys to avoid passing the infection.