Treatment for Sexually Transmitted Warts

  Genital warts are skin growths in the genital, groin, or anal areas. They can be different sizes and shapes. Some look like flat white patches, and others are bumpy, like tiny bunches of cauliflower and sometimes you cannot see warts at all.

Symptoms of Warts

  Warts are transmitted through sexual intercourse, including oral, vaginal, and anal intercourse. you may not start to develop warts for several weeks or months once infection.

  The signs and symptoms of warts include:

   The size might range from less than one millimeter across to several square centimeters once many warts join together.

   Men and women with warts will often complain of painless bumps, itching, and discharge.

   Rarely, bleeding or urinary obstruction may be the initial problem when the wart involves the urethral opening (the opening where urine exits the body.)

   Warts in more than one area are common.

   There may be a history of previous or concurrent Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)

   Warts may be so small and flat that they can't be seen with the naked eye and sometimes, warts may multiply into large clusters.

Risk Factors of Warts

  Nearly all sexually active people will become infected with at least one type of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) at some point during their lives.

  Factors can increase your risk of becoming infected include:

   Having unprotected sex

   Having unprotected sexual contact with several different people

   Having sexual contact with a person whose sexual history is unknown

   Oral sex

   Starting sexual relations at a young age

   Having stress and other viral infections at the same time, such as HIV or herpes

Treatment for Warts

  Most warts go away without treatment, although it may take a year or two and new ones may develop nearby. The goal of treatment is to destroy warts, stimulate an immune system response to fight the virus or both. Some of the medications used to treat warts cannot be used during pregnancy, so it's important to tell our doctor at Heng Kang clinic if you are pregnant, if you left it untreated, venereal warts may disappear, stay the same, or grow larger in size or number.

  Go to Heng Kang Clinic for getting treatment. Patients should find out information about reputable and high-quality medical clinics and experience in treating syphilis so that they can be treated quickly and do not seriously affect their work. Heng Kang clinic is confident that it is a specialized clinic for treating warts with a team of highly qualified and experienced medical doctors and with advanced facilities and medical equipment. To give patients stable health, our clinic will be a reliable address for you to trust and choose.

   For further questions, you can visit Heng Kang clinic at 517-519 Quintin Paredes St., Brgy.289, Binondo, City of Manila. You can also click the consultation box at the right side of your screen or call us at (02) 8356 - 0262 to set an appointment.

Note: Treatment results may vary depending on the condition of each patient. Therefore, patients need to go to a specialized clinic for a direct consultation with a doctor. Do not take any medicine unless prescribed by a doctor.

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