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Genital warts and cryotechnique to remove it - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   How do you get rid of HPV (Genital Warts)? I have tried topical treatments, but have not consulted a doctor yet. It is very embarrassing, but I do not see results? Should I see a regular care provider or a dermatologist and how can they remove them??
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   If the wart removal creams do not help then the next option is cauterisation using freezing technique.
Doctor :   Referred to as cryotechniques.
Doctor :   They would be done by the dermatologist.
Doctor :   Hace you followed?
User :   No, I have not seen a dermatologist yet, and it's embarrassing too. I don't even know what to say when I call them up for an appointment..
User :   But I have to do it
Doctor :   That is the only option if the wart removal creams are not helping you.
Doctor :   And moreover, you need to see a doctor for the confirmation too.
Doctor :   I would suggest you to not to delay this further.
Doctor :   Have you followed?
User :   No, I have not followed with anyone else...I think I got it from my ex, we split up a few months back and she was engaging in sexual activity with another maybe thats how I got it..
User :   but i will consult with a dermatologist and thank you for your help and time doc.
Doctor :   thanks for consulting healthcare magic
Doctor :   bye for now
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