How long does gential wart treatment take for anus and in vagina?

Varies. It amy require one to several visits to treat venereal warts. Liquid nitrogen, electrosurgery, and prescription medications are not effective in 100 per cent of cases. Different treatments may need to be used to minimize or eradicate the warts.
Agree with Dr. W. Treatment time is variable. Warts could disappear without treatment.

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Will I ever be able to bear children after treatment? I believe I have genetial warts and they may be blocking my uterus, thats how bad I think they have become. I have them around the anus vagina, and inside..

Genital . Genital warts are the most common sexually transmitted disease and are caused by the human papilloma virus (hpv). The answer to your question really depends on the extent of your genital warts and which treatment options would be best for you. There are two main types or treatment: medication and surgery. The medications are: imiquimod: this is a prescription cream that can boost the immune system to fight off the warts. Podophyllin: applied by a doctor, it is a plant-based resin that is used to destroy warts. Trichlororacetic acid: this is also applied by a doctor to burn off warts. Surgical treatments: cryotherapy: freezing the warts with liquid nitrogen electrocautery: using an electrical current to burn off the warts surgical excision: cutting off the warts laser treatment: using a laser to burn off particularly difficult warts the best thing for you to do is to speak with an ob/gyn doctor who can examine you and give you a better idea of what your options are and what to expect afterwards. Good luck! Read more...

Had genital wart bet. My vagina & anus b4. now gone, treated it w/applecider vinegar. May I have some tips to prevent it frm coming bck? I'm 20 yrs old

Not much. When you use Aldara which is imiquimod given by prescription, the risk of recurrence is less. It i snot used for prevention after they have gone. some patients use Veregan, but proof of success is just public opinion. Human Papilloma Virus may disappear on its own in a few years. Read more...