How does a male treat his HPV genital warts? What creams/ointments should he apply to it to make it go away?

Several options. Several are available. The trade names are those in the US and may be different in your country: podofilox (Condylox®), sinecatechins (Veregen®), imiquimod (Zyclara®, Aldara®). Treatments in a doctor's office include freezing, acid treatment (bi- or trichloroacetic acid), podophyllin resin, cautery, surgical removal. See a doctor to confirm the diagnosis and get advice on best Rx for you.
Avoid self-Rx. A guy needs prescription-strength Rx or laser Rx, supervised by a physician with a specialty interest here. There are a variety of good options. A gentleman uses a condom in any case, warts or no.

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I have HPV genital warts ir it good aldera cream? And I have one on my vigina im scare because I cant do nothing, with pap smear can resault cancer?

Aldara (imiquimod) & HPV. Aldara (imiquimod) is a topical cream designed to treat genital warts and HPV. It is given y prescription by the MD. You are correct that sexual activity with another person is NOT a good idea until the warts are gone. HPV can cause cervical and some vulvar cancers if untreated so make sure you see a MD and get a pap smear as well. Read more...

Can the HPV that causes genital warts ever go away for good?

Here are some ... Once contracting HPV, this virus will stay with us forever, but doesn't mean you'll develop visible warts. However, if you're within the recommended age, i.e., . Read more...

How long will it take will to be cured/treated if you are a teen with HPV with genital warts?

Untreated or treated. Untreated genital warts take a variable amount of time to go away, with only 20-30% gone by 3 months. Treatment also takes a variable about of time: up to 16 weeks with imiqumod. With all treatments, there is a risk of recurrent warts. Read more...

Do genital warts go away and stop appearing? My nice bf (now ex) gave them to me and I was recently diagnosed with HPV this year. Depressed and angry

Yes if treated. see an on-gyn to,have these burns off. Laser treatments can eradicate the wart forever. Careful exam will be needed, and if your mate is infected, you can re contaminate the area. Read more...
Often go away. Often go away without treatment. Various treatments, none perfect. We can destroy the warts but not the virus, so they may return after any treatment. Imiquimod cream applied at home is standard prescription. Often several treatments are combined. The wart vaccine prevents infection by 4 (of many) HPV but has no effect on an established infection. Read more...