Genital Wart Treatment & Removal In London

Remove your genital warts for £150

  • Pain-free Procedures
  • Quick and Easy
  • No Recovery Time
  • No Referrals Required
  • Same-day Removal
  • Up to 20 Minutes
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Genital Wart Treatment & Removal In London

Have your genital warts removed for just £150

  • Pain-free Procedures
  • Quick and Easy
  • No Recovery Time
  • No Referrals Required
  • Same-day Removal
  • Up to 20 Minutes

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  • Specialist doctors with decades of experience
  • Class leading care at affordable prices
  • Open weekdays, weekends and late evenings
  • Minutes walk from 3 tube stations and mainline
  • Same day treatments available
  • Independently rated 98% (4.9/5) by over 1,000 WhatClinic users
About Genital Warts

What are Genital Warts?

Genital warts are painless growths or lumps around the vagina, penis and anus which are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Genital warts is a sexually transmitted infection and the virus is highly infectious. It's estimated that around 90% of genital warts are caused by infection with HPV types 6 and 11. However, these types are not associated with a significant risk of cancer.

It's also estimated that around two thirds of sexually active adults will get infected with at least one strain of HPV in their lifetime.

Genital Warts Prevention

Genital warts spread from sexual skin-to-skin contact with someone who has it which includes vaginal, anal, and oral sex. If you want to know how to prevent genital warts, it's best advised to follow the below steps below:

  1. Use Condoms
  2. Get HPV Vaccination
  3. Get routine testing
  4. Inform your sexual partner if you have genital warts
  5. Don’t have sex when you have visible warts

Genital Warts Symptoms

Genital warts look like flesh coloured bumps or growths that show up on your vulva, vagina, cervix, penis, scrotum, or anus. They can be big or small, and it can vary how many you have because it can be one wart or several warts. Here are the common genital wart symptoms below:

  • Flesh coloured bumps or growths in the genital areas
  • Very itchy
  • Can be single or multiple, big or small.

Genital Warts Diagnosis

At the London Dermatology Clinic, our doctor may ask questions about your health and sexual history which includes symptoms you’ve experienced. Therefore, diagnosis is based on clinical appearance. While for screening, HPV testing can be performed on swab from the penis or cervix or directly from a relevant genital skin lesion. This detects 20 strains of HPV including 6 and 11 and 16 and 18.

 

 

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About Genital Warts

What are Genital Warts?

Genital warts are painless growths or lumps around the vagina, penis and anus which are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Genital warts is a sexually transmitted infection and the virus is highly infectious. It's estimated that around 90% of genital warts are caused by infection with HPV types 6 and 11. However, these types are not associated with a significant risk of cancer.

It's also estimated that around two thirds of sexually active adults will get infected with at least one strain of HPV in their lifetime.

Genital Warts Prevention

Genital warts spread from sexual skin-to-skin contact with someone who has it which includes vaginal, anal, and oral sex. If you want to know how to prevent genital warts, it's best advised to follow the below steps below:

  1. Use Condoms
  2. Get HPV Vaccination
  3. Get routine testing
  4. Inform your sexual partner if you have genital warts
  5. Don’t have sex when you have visible warts

Genital Warts Symptoms

Genital warts look like flesh coloured bumps or growths that show up on your vulva, vagina, cervix, penis, scrotum, or anus. They can be big or small, and it can vary how many you have because it can be one wart or several warts. Here are the common genital wart symptoms below:

  • Flesh coloured bumps or growths in the genital areas
  • Very itchy
  • Can be single or multiple, big or small.

Genital Warts Diagnosis

At the London Dermatology Clinic, our doctor may ask questions about your health and sexual history which includes symptoms you’ve experienced. Therefore, diagnosis is based on clinical appearance. While for screening, HPV testing can be performed on swab from the penis or cervix or directly from a relevant genital skin lesion. This detects 20 strains of HPV including 6 and 11 and 16 and 18.

 

 

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Removal Methods for Genital Warts

Please note all treatment is subject to assessment, and it is usually tailored to your particular case. If you have multiple warts, we may recommend a combination of methods for different warts. At the London Dermatology Clinic, we have helped hundreds of people get rid of their warts and many happy patients. We promise to be honest and upfront about your options and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Please read below the various methods for wart removal.

Cryotherapy

  • Take minutes
  • Minimal scarring/marks

Laser / Electrocautery & Surgery

Laser alone is often not enough as warts can be stubborn and deep rooted, however at the London Dermatology Clinic we combine with surgical techniques using a scalpel and curette to get deep in to the roots, reducing the risk of recurrence. We then cauterise the area, which stops any bleeding and burns any microscopic traces.

Chemical Treatment

In areas where surgical intervention is not recommended and where the dermatologist feels cryotherapy is not going to be as effective, you will be given the option of a powerful, highly effective chemical which we apply on the wart to remove it, as no cutting is involved, there is virtually no scarring.

How To Find London Dermatology Clinic

Our clinic is conveniently located in Central London with easy commuter access. If you are looking for genital warts removal treatment in London, you can find us from the nearest stations below.

Nearest Stations (Walking Distance)

Monument/Bank (3 mins) | Cannon St (7 mins) | London Fenchurch St (7 mins) | Tower Hill (10 mins) | Aldgate Station (12 mins)

Mansion House (12 mins) | London Bridge (12 mins) | Liverpool St (18 mins) | Moorgate (18 mins)

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