If you are searching for where you can get Genital Warts treatment in London, you have a large range of options to choose from. All publicly owned STI/GUM clinics provide treatments as do private ones like us here at Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall.
Going to a publicly owned clinic is obviously cheaper. In most instances, if the establishment is part of the NHS, the service will be free. But free STI treatment also has a downside.
The fact of the matter is that many people are wary of these free facilities for fear they may be spotted using them. Instead, many opt to use a private clinic like Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall for Genital Warts treatment in London.
The Human Papilloma Virus
Genital warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). It is the most common STI here in the UK. In the vast majority of instances the virus will leave the body in time. It very rarely ever cases any detrimental, long-term effects.
The virus is spread from direct contact with the warts themselves. Because they appear around the genital area, condoms may not cover them and are therefore ineffective in preventing contamination. For more information about Genital Warts, how it is spread and how it can be treated, please click here.
Genital Warts treatment in London varies
Genital Warts treatment in London through Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall varies dependent on the type of warts you have. It is also dependent on how many warts there are, and where they are. You can find out more about the various treatment options by clicking here.
You can get Genital Warts treatment in London via the walk-in clinic we operate here at Broadgate GP. Many people find this the most convenient way of getting a diagnosis and treatment. Diagnosis is usually a matter of a simple visual examination. Once diagnosed, a prescription can be issued and collected from our in-house pharmacy all in one-fell-swoop.
You can also phone ahead and make an appointment for your Genital Warts treatment in London with Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall. If you wish to do so simply call 020 7638 4330.