The most common way for genital wart removal is through laser treatment. It is a good idea to understand HPV first and why you could consider an expensive and painful removal process through laser.
What is HPV?
HPV is short for Human Papilloma virus. It is a sexually transmitted virus and is now one of the most commonly contracted sexually transmitted diseases in the world. One can contract genital warts through sexual intercourse and it can also be passed on by skin to skin contact. The warts are contagious and painful. It is essential not to get sexually intimate if you know your partner has genital warts. If you discover that you have genital warts, then you are going to need to make sure that you don’t have sex until you have had the right treatment for genital warts removal.
Laser Genital Warts Removal
There are quite a few options that are available when it comes to removal of genital warts, but the laser genital warts removal treatment is one of the most effective by far. This treatment can be done at a doctor’s office or a clinic that provides laser procedures. You can consult your doctor whether you will need general anesthetic, it usually depends on the condition and seriousness of the warts you have.
If you have chosen laser treatment as your option for genital wart removal, then there are a few things to look out for after the laser surgery. These are
- Check for bleeding that lasts longer than a week around the area.
- Check for fever and talk to your doctor if you have high fever.
- If you are in severe pain, consult your doctor.
Laser surgery is a very good solution for genital warts but only after you have tried other treatments and none have worked for you.
As laser treatment can be very expensive, it is advisable to have a look at other natural home remedies to get rid of genital warts before you consider laser. Consider talking to your doctor and weighing your options before deciding on surgery.