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Anal warts are not life threatening, and in most cases, dont turn into cancer. However, hpv can linger in your body, causing anal warts to recur. While anal cancer is fairly uncommon, this cancer is associated with hpv. We mention genital warts as a result of hpv, but there are also anal warts. Anal warts are called condyloma acuminata and are thought to be caused by the human papillomavirus hpv. Like other hpv genital warts, these warts are highly contagious. Treatment may involve topical medications, liquid nitrogen, or surgical removal. Anal warts actually tie into anal cancer as symptom depending upon your doctors experience, how aggressive (how many warts and how big) your case is, your personal preferences as a patient (natural remedies vs. Prescriptions and over the counter) and the location of warts (internalexternal), there are different directions the treatment can go. Warts are usually caused by hpv 6 and hpv 11 and are generally non oncogenic. Although warts rarely progress into cancer, they can sometimes bleed or itch. Anal warts can be found just outside the opening to the anus or inside the anal canal. Some warts go away on their own, and some need treatment by a physician in order to get rid of them. Anal warts, condyloma acuminata, affect the area around and inside the anus. The warts first appear as tiny growths, as small as a pinhead, eventually growing to the size of a pea. Because they dont typically cause pain, patients often dont even realize they have them. Symptoms although anal warts often go unnoticed, some patients will experience some outward symptoms. Left untreated, warts may lead to an increased risk of anal cancer in the affected area. Internal anal warts may not respond to topical medications, so surgery may be required. Treatment options include topical medication these creams usually work best if the warts are very small and located only on the skin around the anus. overall, anal cancer rates and deaths are increasing nearly 3 per year, making it one of the fastest-rising cancers, he added.