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What To Do To Prevent And Treat Genital Warts?

Nobody wants to get genital warts. This article “What To Do To Prevent And Treat Genital Warts” talks about how to prevent and what to do if you get genital warts. There are additional links to resources for information regarding genital warts below. 

Genital Warts

Genital Warts

Genital Warts

Susan asked the doctor if there were any medications she could take to relieve her genital warts symptoms. The doctor told her to avoid over the counter medications and to stick with prescription medications. The most common prescription medications used to treat genital warts are Podofilox, imiquimod and TCA.

Podofilox is available as liquid or gel form. This medication works by killing the genital warts tissue. You can use it at home, and it has been effective in about 65% of the cases where it has been used. However, in the case of a pregnant woman treating genital warts, Podofilox can be harmful and may cause birth defects.
Her doctor also suggested a cream containing imiquimod. This is another genital wart remedy remedy that you can apply yourself at home. Imiquimod medications often cost more than Podofilox, and are known to be safer. Imiquimod fights genital warts by helping your immune system. It has been proven effective in about half of the cases where it has been used.

Another medication Susan’s doctor told her about was TCA, or trichloracetic acid, which is a remedy that must be performed at the doctor’s office. It is a caustic agent, and can be harmful to the skin so it cannot be used at home. The doctor puts TCA directly on the warts which kills them. TCA is considered the most effective of the three treatment methods, but because it requires weekly trips to your doctor until the warts are gone, it is inconvenient.


There is also a medical procedure that can be used to treat genital warts together with a prescription medicine.

This is alpha interferon, an anti-viral that is injected into the wart tissue. It is expensive and is not effective in preventing further wart outbreaks.

Susan asked the doctor about holistic, herbal or homeopathic remedies. The doctor told her to check at her local health store or on the internet because he was not familiar with these types of genital wart treatments. Susan went home, and started searching on the internet for natural remedies to treat genital warts.
She came upon the Wartrol website and decided that the Wartrol Homeopathic Genital Wart Relief Formula was the right solution for her.  She immediately ordered a sample and right away started to feel better.  Wartrol helped Susan relieve her genital wart symptons quickly and easily with no side effects.

Latest Genital Wart Research

Researchers know that genital warts (condylomata acuminata or venereal warts) and herpes virus, influenza, warts, measles, canker sores (cold sores) are anaerobic – they cannot exist in an elevated oxygen environment., Influenza, Herpes, Warts, Measles, Canker Sores (Cold Sores) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) are anaerobic. HPV and herpes viruses exist and proliferate with little or no oxygen present. With increased cellular oxygen levels these anaerobic diseases cannot replicate or exist.
A vaccine called Gardasil is the only cervical cancer vaccine that helps protect against 4 types of human papillomavirus (HPV): 2 types that cause 70% of cervical cancer cases, and 2 more types that cause 90% of genital warts cases. Gardisil is used on girls and young women ages 13 to 26 to help prevent HPV. Genital warts is a form of HPV.

Anyone who is allergic to yeast or other ingredients of Gardasil, should not receive the vaccine. The manufacture states that… “Gardasil should not be used by pregnant women. Gardasil does not treat cervical cancer or genital warts. Gardasil may not fully protect everyone, and does not prevent all types of cervical cancer. It is extremely important to continue routine cervical cancer screenings. Gardisil will not protect against diseases caused by other HPV types or against diseases not caused by HPV.”

According to the FDA, there is no danger in using the HPV vaccine Gardasil.The side effects may include pain, swelling, itching, bruising, and redness at the injection site, headache, fever, nausea, dizziness, vomiting, and fainting. Gardasil is given in 3 injections over a 6 month period.

The vaccine is being tested on men with HPV to see if they develop penile or anal cancer, and it is believed that this vaccine may help prevent these types of cancer in men the same way it helps to prevent cervical cancer in women. Research shows that there is a possibility that giving the vaccine to men infected with HPV may help keep it from spreading to women. These studies are being carried out now. If the latest research finds the vaccine to be effective in treating men that are infected with HPV, the vaccine could dramatically reduce the spread and health effects of the HPV virus including genital warts.

What Works Best

Taking precautions to protect yourself from getting HPV and genital warts is the best solution.  Avoid unprotected sex. Wartrol Homeopathic Genital Wart Formula is a safe, easy and effective natural remedy to treat and relieve your genital wart symptoms.


Andrew Flok


Make sure and consult your physician before you use any of the above listed treatments  for Genital Warts.


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CDC – Genital Warts

MedicineNet – Genital Warts