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About Vaginal Wart Treatment

Vaginal warts are soft growths that appear on the walls of the vagina or inside the vagina. Vaginal warts are the most common type of sexually transmitted infection. They often have a cauliflower-like appearance or look small bumps on the vaginal skin of the same color of the flesh. Vaginal warts are broadly known as genital warts, the scientific name of which is condyloma acuminatum.

Genital warts are often caused by small strains of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) such as HPV6 and HPV 11. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every sexually active person is at risk of getting HPV, including genital warts. As published in Healthline, there are 30 to 40 strains of HPV that specifically affect the genitals, but just a few of these strains cause genital warts. As reported by The Hans India, female genital warts have been reported in 2-25 percent of sexually transmitted disease clinic attendees in India.

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Overview

Vaginal Wart-Overview
Areas that can be affected by genital warts:
  • Inside and outside the anus
  • Groin area
  • penis and the scrotum
  • Vaginal lips, vulva, and cervix
Why Pristyn Care for vaginal wart removal treatment?
  • Confidential consultation
  • Experienced female gynecologists
  • Multiple payment options for laser vaginal wart removal
  • No-cost EMI option
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Treatment

Diagnosis of vaginal warts

A gynecologist can often diagnose an external vaginal wart by looking at it. However, an internal vaginal wart might be a little challenging to diagnose and requires any of the following tests:

Pap Test – Pap test and pelvic exams can help detect vaginal and cervical abnormalities caused by warts. The test can also identify early signs of cervical cancer.

HPV test – An HPV test is usually done in women over 30 years of age. This test is run to detect the presence of cancer-causing strains of HPV in and around vaginal warts.

Biopsy – In cases where the above-mentioned diagnostic tests fail to indicate the nature of the genital wart, the gynecologist may recommend a biopsy.

Treatment for vaginal warts

At Pristyn Care, vaginal warts are either treated by medications or laser treatment.

Topical treatments for vaginal warts include Imiquimod (Aldara), Trichloroacetic Acid, and Podophyllin and Podofilox (Condylox). Medications are recommended for very small size vaginal warts that cannot be removed through the laser procedure.

Laser treatment is recommended to destroy vaginal warts of a bigger size. Laser treatment for vaginal warts can be done either at a gyne clinic or hospital under local anesthesia. In this procedure, an intensive beam of light is targeted on vaginal warts to destroy the virus causing the condition.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes vaginal warts?

Vaginal warts or genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus. There are more than 40 strains of HPV that can affect the genital areas. Vaginal warts are sexually transmitted. And as such, a person can contract or transmit HPV infection that causes genital warts through skin-to-skin genital contact, such as vaginal or anal sex.

How common are vaginal warts?

According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 10 percent of people who come in contact with HPV develop genital warts. In most cases, the condition exhibits no major symptoms other than unusual fleshy bumps in and around the genital area.

What are the risk factors of vaginal warts?

Any sexually active woman is at risk of getting vaginal warts. However, the risk of getting the warts are more common in women who:

  • have a weak immune system
  • don’t maintain genital hygiene
  • have multiple sexual partners
  • have a habit of smoking
  • have another form of sexually transmitted infection
Are there any natural remedies for vaginal warts?

If you develop vaginal warts, it is important to see a gynecologist. But, if you want to treat your vaginal warts at home, you can try these home remedies.

Tea tree oil – Tea tree oil has essential elements that are extremely beneficial to treat fungal infections. You can dilute a drop of tea tree oil with any carrier oil and apply it to the vaginal wall.

Garlic – You can apply garlic extracts directly on warts. There are medical evidence that state that extracts of garlic can clean vaginal warts.

Apple cider vinegar – Apple cider vinegar has acidic ingredients that can help get rid of vaginal warts at home. Soak a ball of cotton in a diluted mixture of water and apple cider vinegar and apply it directly to the vaginal warts.

Are vaginal warts curable?

Yes, vaginal warts are treatable if it appears once. Timely and proper treatment can help you get rid of the vaginal warts. But, if you have HPV that causes recurring outbreaks of the vaginal warts, you cannot treat them. You shall remain infectious in that case and you need to practice safe sex.

Are vaginal warts and skin tags the same?

No, genital warts and skins tags are not the same thing. Genital warts are highly contagious skin growths that form in and around the vagina, anus, and the penis. Skin tags, on the other hand, are tiny growths that occur in then folds of the skin like armpits, neck and eyelids and are not contagious in nature.

Does vaginal warts affect my chances of getting pregnant?

Human papillomavirus (HPV) by itself should not affect your ability to get pregnant. But in some cases, having HPV can increase your risk of developing precancerous or cancerous cells in your cervix, which could affect both your fertility and your ability to carry a baby to term.

Is laser treatment for vaginal warts safe for pregnant women?

Yes, laser treatment for vaginal warts is safe for pregnant women and does not pose any major risk either to the mother or the baby. However, if you need vaginal wart removal treatment during pregnancy, the doctor is likely to suggest the best methods of removing vaginal warts such as freezing, surgical removal of the wart, or removing the wart through medicine.

How long do vaginal warts last?

The answer to how long do vaginal warts last may vary from one woman to another. In some women, the immune system may clear the wart within a few months. Often, though, it can take months or years for warts to appear. However, just because the wart has vanished, it does not guarantee that the body is free of HPV. The HPV might still be active in the body. So, warts may reappear again.

Which doctor to consult for vaginal warts treatment?

If you are looking for vaginal warts treatment, you should consult a gynecologist. A Gynecologist or a Dermatologist. Both gynecologist and dermatologists are trained to diagnose the condition of vaginal warts and define the best suitable lien of treatment to remove warts. If you are looking for the treatment of vaginal warts, you can contact Pristyn Care to consult the best gynecologist to get your warts checked and removed. At Pristyn Care, vaginal wart removal is performed by a gynecologist.

Where are vaginal warts usually treated?

Vaginal warts removal treatment is usually done at clinics as a daycare treatment procedure. The vaginal warts removal is done under the influence of local anesthesia. The patient can go home the same day, a few hours after the removal is done.

What is the cost of laser vaginal warts treatment in Hyderabad?

The cost of laser vaginal warts treatment in Hyderabad could be anywhere between INR 15,000 to INR 25,000. To get a clear idea of laser vaginal wart removal treatment in Hyderabad at Pristyn Care, it is best advised to contact the number mentioned on the page and speak to a medical coordinator.

What questions can you ask your gynecologist before vaginal warts treatment?

Before finalizing any treatment with the doctor, it’s extremely important for the patient to get be aware of the condition and the treatment. And, the condition of vaginal warts is no exception either. As such, it is imperative for a woman to ask these questions to the doctor in order to understand the treatment of vaginal wart removal better.

  • What is the best vaginal wart removal treatment for me?
  • Will I get vaginal warts even after undergoing the treatment or shall I get rid of the wart permanently after the treatment?
  • What is the best way to prevent vaginal warts in future?
  • How can I protect my partner from contaminating genital warts?
  • Am I at risk of cervical cancer if I have vaginal warts?
  • Will the treatment pose any threat to my fertility or future pregnancy?
  • How can I prepare for the vaginal wart removal treatment?
  • How many days off should I have in hand for the treatment of genital wart removal?
  • Should I be tested for other sexually transmitted diseases?
  • When can I expect to get better after beginning the treatment for wart removal?
  • When can I safely have sex again?

Contact Pristyn Care to consult the best gynecologists for vaginal wart removal treatment

Pristyn Care works with some of the top female gynecologists who have years of experience in diagnosing and treating vaginal warts. No matter whether the vaginal wart is external or internal, our gynecologists are trained to analyze the condition and draw the best line of treatment for the condition to ensure the best outcomes.

We understand that getting your vaginal warts checked by a doctor could be uncomfortable. Hence, we ensure 100 percent private and confidential consultation with our gynecologists.

Our gynecologists evaluate the health condition of every patient, analyze their sexual history, and then determine the treatment method that will work best.

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