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Diagnosed with HPV, put in vagina acetic acid. How can I treat these genital warts?

Hi Good morning!! I was diagnosed with HPV because they put me in the vagina acetic acid and a little change to white, It looks like vestibular papillomatosis and that was in the area of the mucosa so i can t use aldara or imiquimod on it because this treatment only can be used outside of the vagina , please tell me how can i treat these genital warts that are inside?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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A very good morning to you and a warm welcome to HCM
The lesion you have described are probably genital warts, caused by Human papilloma virus.
5% acetic acid, though can help visualizing the lesions, the sensitivity and specificity is unknown.
Better methods for diagnosis are histopathology and nucleic acid detection by PCR.

Regarding treatment as you have described them to be internal, you shuld visit a qualified specialist.
There are many other options available like
A.Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen or cryoprobe
B. Podophyllin resin
C. Trichloroacetic acid or bichloroacetic acid
D. Surgical excision
E. Intralesionally administered interferon
F. Laser surgery

Selection of treatment will depend on wart size, wart number, anatomic site of the wart, wart morphology, patient preference, cost of treatment, convenience, adverse effects, and provider experience.

I think i have clarified all your doubts.
Get well very soon
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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