GENITAL WARTS TREATMENT
There are several treatments against genital warts. Solutions or creams for external use: the alcoholic solution of podophyllum or imiquimod. These drugs should be used with caution and only on medical advice. In addition to medication, it is possible to resort to surgery, cryotherapy, electrocautery or laser.
It is sometimes possible that genital warts disappear on their own without treatment.
Note also that concomitant treatment of the sexual partner should be taken
place of course; observe the appearance of new contagious genital warts.
Some gynecologists say that it is also possible to stop the occurrence of genital warts by Gardasil ®. This vaccine was developed to stop cervical cancer of the uterus. Genital warts and cancer of the cervix is caused by some types of HPV. They say that Gardasil ® may therefore also prevent genital warts. But there are some researchers who say this vaccine is very dangerous so think twice before being vaccinated.
On the contrary, such medicine as Wartrol can be used for treating all kinds of genital warts freely and without fear of side effects. Its effectiveness is very high.
Alcoholic solution of Podophyllum: Podophyllum is the plant from Texas and Mississippi. Scientists extract the resin from its rhizome (root). This is precisely the Podophyllum resin to be used in the cure of genital warts, as contained in the podophyllotoxin. Podophyllum resin is cytotoxic (cell-killing by preventing their proliferation). This treatment is not specific for genital warts. It is, therefore, important to apply the medication to the affected areas thoroughly, otherwise healthy skin may also be damaged. This is why the application of this medicine will be strictly under medical supervision. In addition, podophyllum resin is highly toxic, the maximum area of 25 cm2 is treatable. The usage of this drug is absolutely impossible during pregnancy because of its toxicity to the fetus.
Imiquimod (a cream), imiquimod is a molecule modulactrice immunoassay. Cream form is used for external genital warts that are at the level of the urethra, vagina, cervix, uterus and rectum. Its use is strictly for adults.