Male Genital Warts; Bad News for the Sexually Active

October 29, 2009 by admin 

Male Genital Warts; Bad News For The Sexually Active.

Male Genital Warts are the most common STD around today. If You have It you’re not alone. There are many other males going through the same thing you’re going through.

Male Genital Warts are not only very stressful for the sufferer but they are ugly, which further increases the levels of stress. They are highly infectious and can be transmitted to other sexual partners by mere contact of the skin.

If you already suffering from male genital warts, consider yourself fortunate, treatment is available and will make living with them a little more bearable. The first thing to do is to consult your doctor about your problem. Don’t be embarrassed, the thing to keep in mind is that, for your own peace of mind, get your self treated. But more importantly think of the sexual health of all your future partners. If you need another reason to seek treatment, remember this,if left untreated, male genital warts can cause more serious problems, such as cancer. So make sure you get treated as soon as possible by visiting your doctor.

How Is It Spread?

Male genital warts are contagious even in the early stages when they are not visible to the naked eye. That’s what’s so important to learn. You may not even know you have it and be spreading it around infecting others, who may infect others again. Male genital warts can be spread from direct physical contact with the skin. You would need a microscope to see them. However, they may be there just the same and they can be contagious.

The best way to prevent spreading male genital warts is to use a condom each and every time you have sex. However, even condoms may not prevent the spread of the disease. That’s why it’s so important to get male genital warts treated, if you are sexually active and you do feel that you have them.

If you feel you have male genital warts, it’s imperative that you get checked out by your doctor right away. He or she will be the one to determine if you do in fact have the disease. If you do, there are treatment options. You can have the warts burned off with a laser, or they can be frozen off by using liquid nitrogen. Either of these procedures may leave scarring, however slight, but they are great ways to get rid of the genital warts. There are also creams and other treatments that still may be available from the major drug companies that can help you. You should ask your doctor about these because, while they may not work for everyone, they may work for you.

Remember this, you’re not alone. Male genital warts effects many men. And it can lead to cancer if not treated effectively. So if your intuition tells you that you may have contacted male genital warts, don’t waste another minute. Get yourself checked out so that you can get rid of this unsightly and embarrassing sexually transmitted disease once and for all.


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