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A health professional usually can diagnose genital warts using your medical history and a physical examination.
You may have surgery to remove genital warts if they are widespread and medication or freezing (cryotherapy) fails to remove them. Learn about surgical methods that are used.
Learn more about the types of human papillomavirus (HPV) that cause genital warts.
Medication may be used to destroy bothersome genital warts, relieve your symptoms, and reduce the amount of area affected by warts.
Learn about genital warts and what causes them.
Home treatments cannot cure genital warts. However, a health professional may prescribe medication that you can use at home, such as podofilox lotion or gel or imiquimod cream.
Call your health professional if you have these symptoms of genital warts.
You can reduce your risk of becoming infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) or another sexually transmitted disease (STD). You also can reduce the risk of spreading HPV to your sex partner(s).Practice safe sex.
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