Anal Warts

Pain in your anal region may include changes in how your bowel is feeling and functioning, blood in the stool and general discomfort. In the medical community, Anal Warts are typically called Human Papillomavirus or HPV. This group of viruses can infect the genitals and create symptoms or may hide beneath the skin. Regardless, HPV is associated with a high risk for cancers and both men and women should be concerned about its presence.

HPV and prevention with Dr. Aronoff

Dr. Aronoff is a well respected proctologist and colorectal expert who can provide immediate relief of symptoms related to Anal Warts. He is also available for learning how to prevent venereal diseases. Set an appointment with him today to learn more.

Common names for Anal warts may also include the following:

  • Human papillomavirus
  • Genital Warts
  • Anal Warts
  • Butt Warts
  • Condyloma
  • Condyloma acuminata
  • Condylomata lata
  • HPV warts
  • Scrotum warts
  • STD

Regardless of the name, the discomfort and frustration with this condition is just the beginning of the problem. Prevention and control for the HPV is important for the prevention of cancer. Prophylactic HPV vaccines may be available for use. Ask your doctor or Colorectal Associate about how to prevent HPV.