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What are the medicine and treatment available for genital warts?

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What is the medicines available for Genitic Warts for men
Posted Mon, 7 Jan 2013 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. P V S Prasad 12 hours later
Thanks for posting your query to XXXXXXX care magic.?
There are few medications available.
They are
1. Application of podophylline by the patient or physician
2. Application of other chemicls like trichloro acetic acid or aceto acetic acid.
3. Destruction by electro cautery
4. Destruction by cryo surgery
5. Oral agents like levamisole
6. Intra lesional bleomycin
7. Interferon injection
Please remember that all these treatments will have side effects also and has to be under a dermatologists care only
Good day
Prasad pvs

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Thanks Doctor for your reply.

Will you please suggest best Hospitals & doctors where I can get the treatment in either of following cities
Answered by Dr. P V S Prasad 10 hours later
Thanks for reply.
Please consult my friend dr. P. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX at hyderabad. His mobile no is 0000
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