I've already had the virus for a little over a year so this seems like the way to go?
it usually only take one visit for electrocauterization or chyrotherapy but as usual genital wart will come back several times before your antibody suppress the virus itself within 2 years.
The wart doesn't fall off, it's obliterated by the freezing. My derm seemed to think that electro-cauterization is the most effective, I've had both and can't say I have a preference. All it takes is one visit. I don't know as much about warts on the anus so be sure to talk about any unique challenges this presents or anything else you should keep in mind becuase of the location. You should be cool with this one visit and I'd assume after that you wouldn't see them again if you've gone three months without anymore growing. Warts take longer to resolve and be suppressed if left untreated as opposed to having them treated and then waiting to see if any more crop up. The key is to not be worried about it though. It isn't a big deal anyway as there are no health risks. IT is only cosmetic.
100 bucks is totally affordable thank you
now does the wart just fall off after one freezing, or does it take multiple visits to the dermatologist?
depends what price you put on having a wart on your anus. Mine costs about a hundred bucks. It'll either come back or it won't so, you won't know for six months afterward.
are the chances pretty good that the wart will not come back?
It just seems like a pricey option
It is best to go to a dermatologist. They do this for a living. ACV won't work. Just get it frozen or burnt off.
I've also seen a lot of people have success with Apple Cider Vinegar. Should I possibly try this first, or just go get it frozen off at the doctor? This is an anal genital wart if that makes a difference.