Yes. Genital warts can be treated with a medication called Aldara (imiquimod) - a topical cream. It can also be treated by freezing them off. We can not cure hpv, the underlying virus which causes genital warts but the warts can be treated.
Genital warts. There is no single effective cure for removal of genital warts. A number of treatment options exist; however, no treatment is 100% effective in eliminating warts and preventing them from coming back in all patients. It also is not possible to eliminate infection with human papillomavirus once it has occurred. Genital warts may go away on their own in about 10%-20% of people over 3-5 months.
See your doctor. Serious contagious disease, you may spread to your partner, see your doctor and get it eradicated.
Various methods. Genital warts are treated in many ways including creams, acidic solutions, immune modulators, surgical excision, and laser ablation. Speak with your doctor regarding which treatment is right for you.
Rx meds if active. No cure but control of break outs with rx will shorten the outbreak & shorten the duration of the outbreak. Contagious is high with outbreaks. No sex, condoms help but not the greatest. Abstinence is best.
There is no cure. For any wart virus whether it is genital or other area wart. You can only treat warts with prescription topical in the genital area or cautery or liquid nitrogen. Do not try to treat at home and you need pelvic exam to make sure any warts in vaginal canal or on cervix are treated.
More of prevention. With the advent of availability of the hpv vaccine, we need to be talking about never having the hpv infection including genital wart but more so cervical cancer and other related cancers. As far as treatment is concerned, there are effective treatment. However, if you set our goal at cure, it may not realize all the time. Prevention is always better and less costly than cure.
Not a good idea. Due to sensitive location, it is not a good idea to use the outer the counter medications, best option is you and your partner (possible may be infected also) go to a professional (doctor) and eradicate them.
Yes and No. They can be precursors to cancer if due to certain types of human papilloma virus. They cannot be cured in the sense of complete eradication, but the lesions can be treated and healed over. See a doctor who deals with stds about this since they may also suggest that you should be tested for other stds and since you are placing your sexual partners at risk.
Cidar. No. Not an effective treatment.