hi im 19yrs ...been 20months since i first got anal warts..went to doctor and gave me creams which didnt work
i also see blood many times when i do bowel movment..latelty i went back and they did freezing ..yet a week after im still the same..i feel so sad im tried of seeing blood tried of having them and not going...what more can i do? doctors are saying its nothing...NOTHING HOW? when i see blood..when theyre there!! cant even have sex...i rlly am severly epressed bout this
How are you? What other symptoms are present? If the initial medicines prescribed are not working, inform your doctor about this for proper management. The blood in the stool could also be due to anal warts. Talk to your doctor about this for proper management especially if you feel suicidal because of the anal warts. Let me know how it goes. Take care and hope to hear from you again. Best regards.
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