Treating Your Anal Warts

Anal warts—also known as condyloma acuminata—are a sexually transmitted issue that is passed from person to person via the human papillomavirus (more commonly known as “HPV”). Despite the stigma that may surround this issue, the human papillomavirus is very common, and it is said that any individual who is sexually active will have had contact with the virus at one time or another. Anal warts, like many of the issues we see here at NYBG Colorectal, can vary in severity and are easier to treat if they are addressed as early as possible. If you suspect that you may be dealing with this issue and are interested in learning more about anal wart removal in New Jeresey, our helpful team is here to assist you. Simply reach out to our New Jersey office and set up your appointment, and we can help you obtain a diagnosis and the relief you’ve been looking for.

What Causes Anal Warts?

As with the majority of viruses that are sexually transmitted, anal warts are typically spread through direct contact. One of the most common methods for the transmission of anal warts is sexual intercourse, but this is by no means the only way that this virus can be spread. Any contact with the bodily secretions of an individual carrying the virus will be enough to successfully spread it to a new person.

Our staff has a high level of experience with colorectal issues of all varieties, so we can help you obtain a diagnosis, and craft a treatment plan that effectively sets your mind at ease. Each patient is different, so we’ll work with you to create a solution that is unique to your individual needs.

Common Symptoms of Anal Warts

Many colorectal issues share common symptoms with other problems that we see quite frequently. This makes it important to come in and obtain a diagnosis if you think you might be dealing with a problem like genital warts. Some of the most common symptoms include:

  • Itching
  • Burning
  • Bloody discharge
  • Mucosal discharge
  • Bumpy feelings
  • Feeling a mass in the area

Anal Wart Removal at NYBG Colorectal

Treating your anal warts will depend on the severity of the issue, and we offer a few different options for anal wart removal at our New Jersey office. During your consultation, we’ll advise you as to the best way to address your specific issue.


Just like regular warts that are found on the hands or other parts of the body, anal warts can be removed with cryotherapy. This is a procedure that will be performed right in our NJ office location and comes with minimal downtime.

Surgical Wart Removal

We also offer surgical anal wart removal, which is typically reserved for warts that have developed inside the anal cavity. Thankfully, your discomfort will be mild once the treatment is completed, and you’ll be able to return to your routine quickly.

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Finding You Relief from Colorectal Issues

Problems with the colorectal issue can be as frightening and stressful as they are uncomfortable. We’ll help you not only pinpoint the source of your discomfort, but we’ll also craft a treatment plan that sees you once again enjoying the fullest possible quality of life.

Anal warts shouldn’t be keeping you from enjoying your life as thoroughly as possible. We’ll help you find relief, with a treatment plan that sees you saying goodbye to your colorectal issues for good. When you’re ready to learn more, we’re here to help! Simply reach out to us at our New Jersey and set up your consultation with a member of our team today.

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When you find yourself dealing with sensitive colorectal issues, our team is here and ready to help you find a solution.

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