Anal genital warts are a problem which affects approximately 50,000 people across the United States with another half 1 million new cases of HPV warts being reported every single year. The medical fraternity has determined that there is no cure available for this problem and people only have to rely upon temporary measures, which will treat the warts but not remove the HPV virus which is the primary cause for the infection.
This ultimately results in the warts reappearing even after individuals go through the entire treatment. However, reports that are published by the medical fraternity have concentrated on informing people about methods to treat the warts and not the HPV virus. This is perhaps the primary reason why the medical fraternity claims that no treatment is available for this condition.
If you have warts, it is possible to get rid of them completely, by using various warts treatments methods, although it can often be difficult to get entirely effective results. One recommended approach is to use a more thorough treatment method, rather than an over the counter cream or medication as these often do not remove the root of the wart.
Warts are caused by a virus known as HPV, or human papilloma virus, which has a long incubation time and infects the skin, causing the annoying bumps to appear. Because the virus takes so long to make itself known, it is possible to have this virus and not even know that you have it. To remove warts effectively, the entire wart must be uprooted, leaving no particles behind, rather than simply removing the part of the wart that is visible.
Apr 01, 2018
Jan 01, 2018