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  • New York Dermatology 30 East 60th Street (Park/Madison) 8th Floor Suite 805 New York, NY  212.644.6454 
  • HPV Genital Warts NYC Treatment Center in New York, NY
  • Opened 7 Days a Week for Treatment
  • CDC did not add this vaccine to the recommended immunization schedules for males in these age groups because studies suggest that the best way to prevent the most diseases stemming from HPV is to vaccinate as many girls and women as possible. 
  • "Underinsured" children, who have health insurance that does not cover vaccination, can receive VFC vaccines through federally qualified health centers or rural health centers. 
  • No studies have shown if one or two doses protect as well as getting three doses, so it is important to get all three doses. 
  • Cervarix and Gardasil are licensed, safe and effective for females ages 9 through 26 years.  
    • A safe and effective HPV vaccine (Gardasil) can protect boys and men against the HPV types that cause most  genital warts and anal cancers. 
    • Because genital warts may be easily passed on to sex partners, you should inform them about having genital warts and avoid sexual activity until the warts are gone or removed. 
    • However, some experts do recommend yearly anal cancer screening (anal Pap tests) for gay, bisexual, and HIV-positive men ? since anal cancer is more common in  these men 
    • The vaccine is also recommended for gay and bisexual men (or any man who has sex with men), and men with compromised immune systems (including HIV) through age 26, if they did not get fully vaccinated when they were younger.
    • We have over 20 years of experience treating Anal Genital Warts
    • We use Cryosurgery (freezing) (cryotherapy)
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