Traditional treatments

Home remedies

Surgery

Genital Warts Treatment

Comparison

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

Traditional treatments

Imiquimod

Imiquimod treats external warts around the genital area and rectum which is called condyloma acuminatum. Do not use this on warts inside the vagina, penis, or rectum.

Imiquimod is sold in a dosage of cream under the brand names: Aldara & Zyclara.

These medicines are only available with a doctor’s prescription.

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Podophyllin and podofilox

Podophyllin and podofilox treat certain types of external warts in the genital area by destroying the skin of the wart. The gel is used also to treat warts between the genitals and the rectum, the solution isn’t. Do not use these medicines on internal warts.

Podofilox is sold in a dosage of gel or solution under the brand names: Condylox/Condyline.

This medicine is only available with a doctor’s prescription.

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Trichloroacetic acid

Trichloroacetic acid kills off external warts by destroying the proteins in the cells. After repeated application, it will cause the warts to shrink and eventually disappear.

Trichloroacetic acid is a liquid directly applied to the wart, but may also destroy the normal skin surrounding the wart.

The application of trichloroacetic acid should only be executed by trained health care professionals.

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Sinecatechins

Sinecatechins treats external warts around the genital area and rectum, which is called condylomata acuminata. It is not used to treat internal warts that occur inside the vagina, penis, or rectum.

Sinecatechins is sold in a dosage of ointment under the brand name: Veregen.

This medicine is only available with a doctor’s prescription.

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Home remedies

Apple cider vinegar

Treat external genital warts by soaking a cotton swap in Apple cider vinegar, put it on the wart and cover it with a bandade. Refresh twice a day. Depending on the subborness of the wart it can take around two weeks for the warts to dissappear.

Side note: there is no scientific evidence this treatment works.

Always consult a medical professional before starting this treatment.

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Castor oil

in combination with baking soda

Treat external genital warts by soaking a cotton swap in castor oil, put it on the wart and cover it with a bandade. Refresh it two or three times a day. Depending on the stubborness of the wart it can take around 14 days for the warts to dissappear.

If this is not successfull, try to apply a mixture of the castor oil with baking soda. Follow the same treatment scheme.

Side note: there is no scientific evidence this treatment works.

Always consult a medical professional before starting this treatment.

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Surgery

Freezing with liquid nitrogen

Cryotherapy freezes a wart using a very cold substance (mostly liquid nitrogen). The liquid nitrogen application usually takes less than a minute.

Cryotherapy can only be done at a health care institue, like a doctor’s office.

Over-the-counter products to freeze warts are usually less powerfull than liquid nitrogen.

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Electrocautery

Electrocautery treats genital warts on the penis, vulva, or around the anus by burning them with a low-voltage electrified probe.

Electrocautery is generally done in a health care institution, like a doctor’s office or a clinic. This may be done with an injection of a numbing medicine (local anesthetic) for pain control.

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Surgical excision

Surgical excision removes genital warts on the penis or vagina or around the anus by excision. In other words: cutting off the warts with a surgical knife.

Surgical excision is done in a health care institution, like a doctor’s office, clinic or outpatient surgery centre. This procedure involves a local anesthetic that numbs the area around the warts.

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Laser treatments

Laser surgery removes warts by a laser, to burn and destroy the wart tissue.

Laser surgery is generally done in a health care institution, like a doctor’s office or clinic. This treatment may involve local or general anesthetic, depending on the amount of warts which need to be removed or the size of the area to be treated.

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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 and is available for all genders.

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.

THE MOST SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
OF GENITAL WARTS (AND HPV)

Scientific research with 100% success-rate

Results within 20 to 30 days

No returning genital warts

No pain or discomfort

100% natural ingredients in supplements