In what stage does genital warts covers the whole anus?

Stage ? We don't stage warts anal warts can by their very nature spread aroung what ever site they inhabit and it is usuallt time that is the culprit -- so addressing the warts in a timely fashion is critical.

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What should I do if my genital warts are blocking my anus?

See a doctor! Get them treated! you need to see a colorectal surgeon to find out the best approach, which may be surgical if they're really that bad. They anus is an important body part that should not be blocked. Read more...

I have genital warts both in my anus don't know what to do, I need urgent help?

See a dermatologist. Imiquimod cream is very effective. Read more...
Not urgent. Your primary care physician can offer topical medication, which is not pleasant, and/or a visit to a dermatologist or surgeon. Ask about a laser. Best wishes. Read more...

Where are genital warts typically located? Can they be found on the buttocks or around the anus?

HPV. Most genital warts are due to HPV and can be prevented with vaccination. While these occur commonly on the vulva, warts on the buttocks and around the anus are not unusual. You should get HPV vaccine. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...

Which natural remedies are useful for genital warts in the anus area?

Warts. Warts in this area should be treated by a doctor. Liquid nitrogen, topical medications and other means are available. Since the wart comes from a virus, we do not have anything to kill the virus. But, we can treat the wart. Read more...

If a penis with genital warts accidental goes into my anus during sex, will that area become infected?

HPV. Possibly. But it all depends on your previous history with hpv. It is unlikely to get a new infection if you already have been exposed in the past. There is also the vital gardisil vaccine that you should have if you are sexually active. Read more...