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Used wart medicine for genital warts. Should I go to ER for treatment?

I need sum help with a question I went to my doctor and they said I had genital warts They didn't have medicine to treat it I took it apon myself n used regular wart medicine. it seemed to help a little but I think I might have them on the inside to but its like my doctor don't care or don't care to talk about it n answer my questions im feeling depressed now badly like my life is over its done can I go to the emergency room to get treated for this help me please what can I do
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
Genital warts are very common and can be easily treated. But how you got them is also important. Genital warts are one of the most common Sexually transmitted diseases. Unprotected sex could be one reason for this infection to occur. These warts are caused by a virus called Human papilloma virus.
Warts treatment can vary depending on the size, number, site where they are present and the duration they have been there.
Small warts can be burned off by chemicals, but larger ones require cautery or surgical removal.
I suggest you go to a dermatologist who will help you to get rid of them easily. And also practice safe sex.
If your partner is also having the same complaint, he/she should also be treated for the same.
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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