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What are Genital Warts?

Genital wart virus infections are caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). There are over 70 different types of wart virus affecting various parts of the body. HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections and many people carry the virus without knowing it. It is estimated that 30% or more of the population is infected with the virus, but only a small number of infected people develop warts.

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  • Free next day UK delivery
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Treatment Options

  • Topical cream containing imiquimod - best for small soft warts
  • Stimulates the immune system to fight genital warts
  • Results usually seen within 4 weeks
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  • Topical cream containing podophyllotoxin - recommended for small clusters of genital warts
  • Inhibits cell division preventing warts from getting larger or spreading
  • Results usually seen within 4-5 weeks
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  • Alcoholic topical solution containing podophyllotoxin
  • Inhibits cell division preventing warts from getting larger or spreading
  • Results usually seen within 3 days to 4 weeks
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A doctor will review your consultation and, if it is safe to do so, approve you for treatment. Our doctors will suggest suitable treatment options, including dosage and treatment duration. Select your medicine and complete your order using our secure payment system.

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All prescriptions are sent electronically to our UK based partner pharmacy, ready for dispatch. Our partner pharmacy is regulated by the General Pharmaceutical Council and only dispenses genuine branded medicines licensed for use in the UK.

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Medicines require a signature upon delivery. Most orders are dispensed and dispatched for delivery the next working day. All orders are sent using discrete packaging with no mention of Anytime Doctor or the parcel content. Upgrade to same day delivery for orders within the M25.

All of our prices are fully inclusive. When buying your treatment online our price includes the cost of the consultation, the issuing of a private prescription, dispensing of the medicine itself, free delivery and doctor after-care. There are no hidden extras.

We aim to offer you similar pattern of healthcare as if you were to visit your normal GP for a face to face consultation. We believe it is important that you complete a medical consultation to ensure that the treatment option you are requesting is appropriate for your needs. Our GMC registered doctors are also able to suggest treatment options for you if you prefer. Once a doctor has approved you for treatment all prices are clearly displayed. Your medical consultation and registration is free and you are under no obligation to purchase any treatment after your consultation.

In order to manage some conditions online, we are required to inform your GP about the medicine you have been prescribed. This will be clearly highlighted during your consultation. We will not contact or share this information with your GP without your consent. You are required to provide consent each time you order, so you remain in full control of when we contact your GP on your behalf.

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HPV infection may present in the following ways:

  • Visible warts: Can be found anywhere on the genital or anal area. They tend to come in crops and their growth slows down with time.
  • Subclinical infection: No warts are visible but microscopic changes show that the virus is present (usually on a Pap smear or biopsy).
  • Latent infection: Virus can only be seen using laboratory techniques reserved for research purposes. Therefore many people with the virus don't know they have it.

Genital warts are spread by direct contact with another person's skin in the area where the wart virus is. The virus is usually transmitted by sexual contact and may appear 3 weeks to 12 months after sexual contact with an infected person, or they may never appear. It is also thought that the subclinical infection is spread this way, however research findings at this stage are not conclusive.

If your partner has been exposed to genital warts, they should also receive treatment to prevent cross- or reinfection of genital warts. Should your partner also wish to use the Anytime Doctor genital warts service, they are required to complete their own online consultation.

Some types of the genital wart virus have been linked with abnormal cell changes on the cervix, vulva, penis or anus. However, only a few of these viruses are strongly associated with cancer. This association seems to act together with other factors, one of which may be smoking. Visible warts are less likely to lead to cell changes that precede cancer. The types of wart virus that are linked to abnormal cell changes usually cause subclinical infections.

Last Reviewed  09/02/2020   Authored  18/09/2009

How our service works

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    Complete a free online consultation

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    Choose your preferred treatment

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    Prescription issued by a GMC registered doctor

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    Medicine delivered the next day

Why choose Anytime Doctor

  • UK based doctors and patient co-ordinators
  • Genuine & licensed medicines only
  • No hidden fees
  • Free discrete delivery
  • Genuine medication prescribed and dispensed by UK GPs and pharmacy
  • Free next day UK delivery
  • Discrete service, no face to face appointments needed
View Treatment Options

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