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How to Get Rid of Genital Warts in Females

There are treatments with creams and surgical procedures that remove genital warts in women. Of course, before resorting to these treatments, it is necessary to consult a specialist to evaluate the case.

After going to a medical consultation and depending on the severity of your lesions, the doctor will decide which cream or procedure is most suitable for you.

Creams to get rid of genital warts in women

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Imiquimod cream and Podofilox are two of the most commonly used to treat this type of HPV lesions. However, there are other creams that also have an effect on these warts, we will tell you about them below.

1. Trichloroacetic acid

This is a treatment that burns existing warts, whether external or internal. Remember that not all creams can be applied to the internal part of the genitals, this is one of the few that can.

Care should be taken when using it as it causes somewhat severe side effects such as:

  • Irritation.
  • Pain.
  • Sores.

All this is due to its composition, which allows it to burn the layers of the warts.

2. Sinecatechins (Veregen)

It is mostly used for cases of genital warts in the anal area. It can be applied both on the external area of the anus and on the internal part of the canal or its surroundings.

Likewise, it should be used with caution due to its side effects, which can be:

  • Itching.
  • Burning.
  • Pain.
  • Redness of the skin.

They are not usually very strong, but they cause discomfort.

3. Imiquimod

It is used to enhance the immune system’s ability to better combat the virus, in this case, genital warts caused by HPV. Like the other creams, this one can also produce side effects:

  • Redness of the skin.
  • Blisters.
  • Pains.
  • Body discomforts such as cough, fatigue, rashes.

Also, it is important to avoid sexual contact with your partner while the cream is on your skin. This could irritate the other person’s skin and weaken the effectiveness of contraceptive methods like condoms.

4. Podophyllin and podofilox (Condylox)

Well, podophyllin is a plant-based resin that can destroy the tissue that makes up genital warts in women. It is so strong that it is only applied by the prescribing doctor, you cannot apply it at home.

On the other hand, podofilox cream, although it contains the same active compound, can be applied at home without problems. Even so, you should know that you should not apply it to the internal part of your genitals. It is also not recommended for use during pregnancy.

This cream causes mild side effects:

  • Pain.
  • Sores.
  • Skin irritation.

Surgical procedures to get rid of genital warts in women

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When medications don’t work, specialists resort to more invasive treatments such as cryotherapy, electrocautery…

  • Cryotherapy: This procedure involves freezing the genital warts with liquid nitrogen. A blister forms around the lesion and as it heals, the wart falls off.
  • Electrocautery: In this case, a small electric current is used to burn the warts. You may experience swelling and pain.
  • Laser treatment: It is used in more complicated cases of genital warts. It can leave scars and cause pain at the time of the procedure.

These were some tips to help you know how to deal with HPV. However, there is much more you need to do if you really want to get rid of HPV and warts forever.

What you need to do is GET RID OF THE ROOT of the problem.

For that reason, I recommend you to look into Dr. Kirkland's story and how he was able to cure HPV and get rid of warts for good.

Click here to see what he did

I wish you great success in your recovery!


Dr. Amy Wilson

Medically reviewed by Dr. Amy Wilson. Dr. Amy Wilson, born in the United States, obtained her medical degree from Lincoln University School of Medicine. Specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, she’s dedicated 15 years to women’s health, becoming a distinguished gynecologist and serving in various U.S. medical institutions.


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