Treatment for HPV
One of the common signs of HPV is genital warts. In the US more than 500, 000 new cases are diagnosed every year. In a typical scenario, the physician may treat the genital wart without further tests, particularly if a person has earlier outbreaks of genital warts. These warts can appear as small, fleshy, raised bumps. However, at times they can also be extensive and have a cauliflower shape. In fact, more than 90% of the genital warts are caused by HPV 6 and HPV 11 types, considered to be the low risk Human Papilloma Virus types.
When it comes to the treatment of external genital warts, there is no cure or treatment that can get rid of the HPV infection. The only possible way of treating it is to remove the lesions that are caused by the virus. However, removing the warts will not stop the spreading of the virus to other areas.