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The surgery is done to remove or destroy anal warts if other treatments, like applying medicines, are unsuccessful or not advised. Surgery may also be ideal if there are many warts or if the warts are large. If warts are not removed, they can become bigger and multiply. Warts may also lead to an increased risk of
in the affected area.
There are different types of surgeries used to remove or destroy anal warts. The type of surgery you will have will depend on different factors, like the number and size of warts. Below is a list of possible procedures:
—The wart is destroyed by freezing it with liquid nitrogen.
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