Anal warts can be a source of great discomfort and greater embarrassment, especially for single people who don’t like to make a bad first impression below the belt. Many of my patients are devastated when they are first diagnosed with anal, vaginal or penile warts or condyloma. One of their first concerns are how to notify their previous and future sexual partners of this condition. Many of my patients experience a wide array of emotional feelings when they are initially diagnosed. To many, this is devastating, however, the good news is that it is a curable condition.
Anal warts are also potentially dangerous, as they are considered a harbinger of several more serious clinical conditions such as anal dysplasia and anal cancer. Caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), anal warts can spread and change over time, impeding your ability to sit, defecate, and enjoy life comfortably.
Most patients try a topical medication first, but if that doesn’t work, it’s time to move onto surgery with a professional proctologist. Beware of the treatments posed on the internet. I have seen many patients that have been promised false treatments on the internet such as applying bleach, vinegar, acid, etc to the warts in an effort to get rid of them at home, only to worsen the problem and increase its spread. You deserve the best, so don’t suffer alone – We are here to help you at the Proctology Institute.
My Los Angeles proctology practice offers advanced surgical techniques for a wide variety of conditions. We are also experts in the cosmetic enhancement of the anus and buttocks as well as the vagina. The Proctology Institute is one stop shopping for everything that ails you in all those places you’d rather not discuss at parties.
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