Genital Wart Removal

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Genital warts are common with both men and women and are easily treatable so don’t worry.

The main cause for warty lesions on the penis, vagina, groin, pubic and anal areas are from transmission during sex. They can take many years to appear and not necessarily from a recent contact or partner.

If you have a concern about any other sexual health issues NHS sexual health clinics are able to offer discrete rapid full set of screening tests for STD’s (sexually transmitted diseases) or STI’s (sexually transmitted infections).  If you do need treatment the NHS can provide creams and some sessions of freezing but these are limited. Privately we are able to offer more comprehensive freezing laser and surgical options for quicker and more effective results.

private clinics

At Cosmedics we have no waiting lists and can see patients privately very quickly and treatments can be performed on the same day for peace of mind.

All doctors are fully qualified and trained and work as GPs alongside their skin clinic commitments. If you are in doubt we suggest your check it out and seek some professional advice.

Please call us on 0207 386 0464 should you need some help.

At Cosmedics, all doctors are fully qualified and trained and work as GPs alongside their skin clinic commitments. We offer a discrete and professional service.

Once the problem has appeared, it is highly recommended to get it treated to avoid any risk of it spreading.


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Treatment Information

Genital Wart Treatments

Depending on the nature of the problem, we can provide the following treatments:

Wart removal treatment Cost
Creams – aldara, podophyllin ideally for small thin warts cost from £160
Removal of genital warts
(vaginal or penile lesions) with cryotherapy (freezing), laser and/or surgery
from £500

All prices are subject to doctor examining the warts and are only a guide. A full quote can only be given at the consultation.

Wart Removal Doctor Consultation

Doctor consultations are £50 with one of our experienced and qualified team.

Prices for treatments carried out in the same appointment as the consultation will include the £50 consultation fee (note: same day procedures are only undertaken where the procedure is deemed appropriate to do so AND the patient understands the full extent of the costs, risks and potential side effects and is consenting to proceed on that knowledge).

Who will I see?

Your consultation and treatment will be with a GMC registered doctor. There is no pre-screening by a lay person and you will only need to discuss your warts with the person who would potentially be providing treatment.

Where do genital warts appear?

The most common areas for genital warts to appear are:

  • Male patients: penis – shaft and/or base
  • Female patients: vagina – labia majora and/or pubic area

Sometimes anal warts can also be present but this is more rare.

Can I request a male or female doctor?

Most of our clinics have both male and female doctors, so if you have a particular preference we will do our best to accommodate it.

Further FAQ

Please also see our wart removal page for questions concerning the treatment and recovery.


Before & After

Before and after treatment of genital warts on male penis

Embarrassing and uncomfortable warts were removed from the patient's penis.

These anal warts were very uncomfortable and sore. 4 weeks after treatment they are gone and the skin is much improved.

What our patients say



4 thoughts on “Genital Wart Removal

  1. Wasted time and money with herbal remedies which did nothing. Only proper medical treatment works. I was embarrassed about going to the doctor, but well worth it in the end. Thank you for helping me.

  2. I had wart around my vaginal and anus,though it has been cut off.But still itches me after it has been removed.what should be rubbed on it to stop d itch and how can I prevent it from coming back?my doc placed me on retroviral drugs?help me plzzzz

    1. Hi, Dr Perry advises that the best option here is to revisit her doctor and get reassessed. Yo will probably be prescribed some cream specially for the itching. Warts are viral so there is always a risk of recurrence. Therefore do be watchful of that area and see your doctor again at the first signs of recurrence.

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