Condyloma acuminate are small warts that can occur in the rectum. These anal warts are usually caused by sexual transmission as young adults between 17 and 33 are at the greatest risk. Condyloma acuminatum is one of the most common STD’s in the country.

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Some of the treatment options for anal warts include: surgical removal, electrical cautery and Wartrol. Anal warts that appear inside the anal canal, surgery and cauterization are the two most likely treatments. Excision has the highest success rates and lowest recurrence rates. Most cases of anal warts require numerous treatments because the virus causing the warts can live in the surrounding tissue. While it may seem normal and free of warts, they can still pop back up after 6 months. Studies show that initial cure rates range between 63 and 91%. Another option for treating Condyloma acuminate is laser surgery. However, this type of surgery requires local, general or spinal anesthesia depending on the amount of warts and where they are.

The most painful technique, Electrocoagulation, which uses electrical energy, is most often reserved for large sized warts. This treatment is performed with a local anesthesia and can also cause bleeding or discharge from the anus. Electrodesiccation is another option typically reserved for bad infections.
No matter which of the above mentioned treatment is chosen, it is highly recommended that patients schedule follow-up visits with their doctor. These necessary follow-ups should be every 3-6 months for the next year and a half – the incubation period for an HPV.

Wartrol herbal treatment is a good treatment for smaller anal warts that can be seen on the skin around the anus. It is a painless topical solution applied directly on the surface. Quite a few medications, including Podofilox OR Podophyllin, can be used to treat those warts and administered by either the physician or the patient. Wartrol can be acquired over the counter without a prescription and used at home. Consider this option when treating small warts and those that are caused by an HPV infection.