EVERYTHING ABOUT GENITAL WARTS IN MALE

Genital warts in male

Before you start to read everything about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of genital warts in males. First I would like you to know that a new and groundbreaking genital warts treatment is available. Which is discovered in a recent groundbreaking scientific research in 2020 and has a 100% success rate. Besides that, the treatment aims to clear HPV out of the skin.

✓ 100% success rate
✓ Results within 20 – 30 days
✓ Genital warts will not reappear
✓ No pain or any discomfort
✓ For all genders

Below you can read more about this groundbreaking new genital warts treatment. Can’t wait? Read all about the treatment by clicking the button below.

EVERYTHING ABOUT GENITAL WARTS IN MALE

What are Genital warts in male?

Genital warts in male are warts that grow around your pubic area by your penis, anus, or mouth. These genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) which is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). HPV has over 100 strains and a lot of them can cause cancer. However, the strains that cause genital warts in male, usually strains 6 and 11, are not linked to cancer.

Symptoms of Genital warts in male

Symptoms of genital warts in male are:

  • A single or multiple small, flesh-colored, cauliflower-like bumps.
  • Itching, burning, or mild bleeding.

Genital warts can appear as a single wart or as multiple warts in a cluster. However, in some cases, genital warts can be hard to identify because they can be really small or internal. For example in your anus.

The symptoms can appear within days, weeks, months, or even years, depending on your immune system.

What do genital warts on male look like?

Genital warts look like small, flesh-colored, cauliflower-like bumps. They can appear around your pubic area, penis, anus, or even mouth. Here are a few examples of how they look like:

Genital Warts on Penis
Genital Warts by Anus
Genital Warts on mouth

What causes genital warts in male?

Genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Most often passed on via unprotected sexual (anal) intercourse. However, HPV can already be transmitted via close genital contact. So, even if you don’t have sexual intercourse, you can still be infected with the virus by just touching it. That’s why wearing a condom will not 100% prevent the risk of getting HPV.

Diagnosis

If you suspect having genital warts or HPV, please visit a doctor or any other authorized medical professional. The medical professional can verify if you have this condition. The diagnosis of genital warts in males is done by a visual observation, which is completely painless. (If they suspect internal anal genital warts, they may need to look inside your anus for warts with a small tool called an anoscope.)

There is no shame in visiting a medical professional about genital warts. They regularly encounter people infected with genital warts. It’s the most common STD around the world.

Treatments

If the medical professional diagnoses genital warts, they usually will give you two choices:

  • Do nothing, in about 90% of the cases HPV is cleared by your immune system within two years.
  • Do a treatment to get rid of genital warts.

But, usually, healthcare providers will recommend you treat the genital warts, because there is a small chance of getting penile cancer. Plus, who wants to wait for two years? Or even longer…

Especially when you find out that in 2020 a study has been conducted with genital warts treatment with a 100% success rate. With fast results (20 to 30 days), painless and without warts returning.

I’ll tell you more about that later, let me first show you what options you have.

First of all, if you do not have genital warts yet: Get vaccinated!

If you already have genital warts, below there is an overview of the possible treatments:

Traditional treatments Home remedies Surgery Genital Warts Treatment
Effectivess Genital warts
Effectiveness HPV X X X
Painfullness High Medium High Low (no pain)
Costs + ++ +

Table 1. Possible treatments: Effectiveness, Painfullness and Costs.

Traditional treatments

Traditional treatments consist of:

  • Imiquimod (Aldara, Zyclara)
  • Podophyllin and podofilox (Condylox)
  • Trichloroacetic acid
  • Sinecatechins (Veregen)

Traditional treatments aim to clear genital warts, but not HPV. The success of the treatments is variable per treatment, but also per person. However, in a lot of cases, treatments have to be repeated, because it’s not successful the first time or genital warts reappear in the future (HPV is still present). Next to that, there are some serious side effects: blisters, burns, and potentially scars.

Home remedies

Home remedies consist of:

  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Castor oil (in combination with baking soda)

Getting rid of genital warts with home remedies is similar to traditional treatments. Also here, the success varies per person and often treatments need to be repeated. However, always consult a medical professional before starting these treatments.

Surgery

Surgery consists of:

  • Freezing with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy)
  • Electrocautery
  • Surgical excision
  • Laser treatments

If traditional treatments do not respond or if you’re pregnant, you might need surgery. Effective, but it’s still possible that genital warts will reappear in the future.

New: Genital Warts Treatment

In 2020 a new and ground-breaking study has been conducted with a genital warts treatment with a 100% success rate. The benefit of this treatment is that next to fast results (20-30 days), it also causes no pain or any discomfort. In addition, it aims to clear HPV in the skin as well and is available for all genders.

The treatment has:

✓ 100% success rate
✓ Results within 20 to 30 days
✓ No returning genital warts
✓ No pain or any discomfort
✓ For any gender

Although this is a relatively new treatment, it already has some promising results. This treatment has a much higher success rate than all other treatments out there. Some people already call it the solution to genital warts and HPV.

Read everything about this treatment here!

(including the scientific research, before and after pictures, reviews and more)

Concluding

Genital warts in males are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) which can be passed on via sexual intercourse. They look like small, flesh-colored, cauliflower-like bumps and can appear as a single or as multiple warts in your pubic area, penis, anus, or mouth.

If you do not have genital warts yet, get vaccinated! A vaccination will prevent you from getting genital warts. If you think you have genital warts, please visit a medical professional.

If you get diagnosed with HPV and genital warts, getting vaccinated will not clear your HPV and genital warts. You have a few options left:

In any case, always consult with a medical professional before starting a treatment.

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