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certainly sounds like you may have hemorrhoids.
I would hope that your doctor could tell the difference between hemorrhoids and warts though.
warts are typically not painful.
however with repetetive friction or stretching they can bleed and become sensitive.
the easiest treatment is aldara, which is a cream that can be applied at home...
but you have to be careful because if you get it on normal skin it will burn.
an alternative is to have them lasered off.
I attempted to apply condylox but it was far too painful
you might consider trying tucks pads and preparation H to see if the symptoms subside somewhat or not.
is freezing effective in that area?
it can be...
I know some people try the OTC freeze stuff with mixed results...
might work though
I think it's compound w freeze or something along that line
Tomorrow I was going to ask my doctor to freeze them off with liquid nitrogen. Is this a good treatment?
worth a shot...and you'll find out if they are warts or hemorrhoids for sure..
if you have significant pain they are probably hemorrhoids.
haha. That's one way to find out.
although this is a very sensitive area, application only to the wart should produce only mild, if any discomfort.
not ideal...I agree
Okay. Thanks for your help.
and good luck tomorrow.
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