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How to Remove Genital Warts203 Views
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Genital warts are not pleasant. Find out how to prevent genital warts by watching this video.
Description: If you know you've got a genital wart, the next step is trying to remove it. You can't just slice it off with your razor-- watch this tip to learn how to remove genital warts.
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With time, genital warts will eventually go away on their own. Because of their location, they can become uncomfortable, so getting them treated is better than waiting. NEVER try to get rid of them with over-the-counter wart removers. Because the skin is very sensitive on your genitals, these peels can end up causing more pain and irritation. Instead, opt for one of the treatments your doctor has to offer. Some topical medications help your immune system fight off warts, while others kill off the wart tissue. Also, your doctor can use trichloroacetic acid to burn off the warts, or use liquid nitrogen to freeze the skin and kill the infected tissue. Even after all warts are gone, you’re not totally in the clear. The virus will always live in your system, meaning the warts can come back at any time. To avoid passing them to your partner, abstain from sex until you’ve been treated. And in the future, always use a condom.