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As you may already know, of genital warts, 90% are caused by HPV 6 or 11. Genital warts are usually asymptomatic, but depending on the size and anatomic location, they can be painful or pruritic. The treatment your doctor selects for genital warts depends on several factors, including the severity of your symptoms. One option other than surgery, cryotherapy or laser therapy discussed on the website, Women's Healthcare Topic is:
"Trichloroacetic acid
Your doctor may apply Trichloroacetic acid in concentrations up to 90 percent. This agent destroys genital wart on contact. It is applied directly to the warts with a cotton tip applicator each week for four consecutive weeks. Trichloroacetic acid or TCA is suitable for small warts only. The acid is associated with local burning that is immediate and lasts for a few minutes. Usually patients need repeat sessions to clear genital warts. Unlike podophyllin, this agent can also destroy internal vaginal warts"
I searched to find some credible information on Oxyfend cream. No information is available on the websites, rxlist.com or drugs.com. The website which promotes the product provides information but I would strongly advise against using such a product. You do not know what harm it can possible do.
Thank you for your question.

October 11, 2011 - 4:33pm


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