A few months ago I noticed a couple very small bumps on the frenulum. I was kind of disturbed by seeing them but for the most part ignored them for a while. Recently I went into the local Public health office to have it checked and the nurse or doctor confirmed that it was indeed HPV. She did not want to use TCA on it which was their preferred (and only) method of treating warts because I am uncircumcised. She said that the foreskin would move and might cause additional complications with the chemicals. In my readings from the internet I have not come across this information anywhere yet and was wondering if anyone else could shed some light on this. I was also looking into cryotherapy at some of the local clinics which is quite costly for my income and was wondering if it usually requires a few sessions to completely remove them (which would make it quite a bit more expensive).My last question is on the topic of passing warts to someone through oral sex to their mouth/throat. I have read that this can sometimes happen and was wondering how common this is and if I should refrain from having oral sex completely or at least until I have the warts removed in order to protect my partner (who is more worried about having warts in her throat than anywhere else). Thanks in advance for any help/advice!
I've been through this before many years ago. I was treated with Podophyllin. The doc actually gave me a small bottle of the stuff and I treated myself untill they were all gone. Yes, you (forskin) will get sore. You can retract and wrap the penis to keep the forskin from going back and thus keeping contact with the glans to a minimum. Either way it can be done. Here is a link I found through google. It's for women but the same applies to men. Let me know if you have any more questions.http://www.womenshealthlondon.org.uk/leaflets/hpvwarts/hpvtreat.html