Our expert says:
You will have to consult your doctor for treatment of the anal warts. It will be treated by corterising or freezing the warts. It is also essential to have a papsmear done, as the same virus that causes the anal warts, can cause infection of the cervix and in turn cause pre-cancerous or cancerous lesions of the cervix. There is an innoculation available against the virus that causes the formation of warts and is especially useful in the prevention of cervical cancer.
You can infect your sexual partner, while the warts are present. Treatment of the warts can be swift and be cured within a couple of weeks.
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