Freezing genital warts or cryosurgery is a method used to freeze warts. In the cryo method, the release of genital warts is prevented by means of cooling.
Genital warts are pinkish or reddish reddish offsprings that appear around the genital area. Genital warts may appear around the anus, marginal area, inside the vagina or even the mouth.
Genital warts are often found in 3-4 clusters. They may grow up and release. Genital warts are usually painless, but sometimes they may cause mild pain, itching and bleeding.
Unfortunately, after infection with genital warts, there is no definite treatment for it, but due to the high risk of infection and the spread of warts to other parts of the body or sexual partner, it is necessary to treat it.
The treatment of genital warts depends on their type, location and size of the warts. If the warts are so small that they are not visible to the eye and their color is identical to the skin, they do not need to be treated because they disappear over time.
If the warts are bigger or they cause itching and itching, whether it is a cluster or even a single warts, you can eliminate them with topical work, destruction or surgery.
Different methods are proposed for the treatment of genital warts in men and women, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.