The other day, a guy named Mike wrote in to ask me a rare but important question:
“Your site talks about anal warts but makes no mention of urethral warts. Is diagnosis and treatment a focus in the report. Specifically urethral warts. All I can say it there is itching and I can not seem to get ANY cooperation from my local healthcare facilities. I am really only interested if your report covers successful treatment for urethral warts at this time. If it does not thank you for your time.”
I say this is a “rare” question because most people I’ve talked to over the past 10+ years of helping people cure their genital warts do NOT get warts in or on their urethra (or “pee hole” in case you prefer a less technical term) – just like inside the mouth, the urethra area is a pretty rare area for genital warts to form. However it can and does happen.
Anyway, I wrote back and responded to the gentleman saying this:
“Yes people in the past have used my report methods to successfully treat warts in the urethra – however the one thing I need to point out is that all of those people I am familiar with had warts they could get to in order to apply the treatment directly to the wart. So if it was just inside the urethra they were able to hold back enough skin to where the wart was exposed and treatment could be applied directly to it. If yours are so deep inside that this would not be possible, then unfortunately you would not be able to make use of the methods. But if you can apply directly, then you should be able to have a successful treatment. My report is 12 pages and comes with a 50 minute video which shows me doing and talking about everything in the report in great detail and you get both of those plus my email support if you need to ask me questions during your treatment. Anyway, I’m sorry to hear your local facilities have not been helpful. But like I said above, if you can see enough of your wart(s) to apply the treatment directly to them, then you should be fine.”
…And this applies to anyone who may be reading this looking for answers on how to treat genital warts in or on the urethra. Yes it is POSSIBLE, and yes it is going to be a bit more difficult than a normal case of warts, HOWEVER don’t let that stop you from giving it a shot. Even though it is a rare thing, I’ve seen plenty of people over the years successfully treat and cure their genital warts inside the urethra as long as it was in an area they could reach to apply the treatment directly to the infected area. That is the ONE caveat.
And by the way, the most common way I’ve heard of people applying the treatment directly to the urethra wart is to use a cotton swab, such as a Q-tip. That is the easiest way to reach the area and delicately apply the treatment without making direct skin to skin contact.
If you have any other questions just leave a comment below or e-mail me directly using the Contact Greg link at the top of each page on my site here. And to get my report and 50 minute instructional video on how to treat genital warts successfully, go back to the Home Page of this site and enter your name and email on the form at the right-hand side of the page to start the order process. My report/video comes with my full email support if you never need to ask me any questions along the way during your treatment.
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