Re: Condyloma Acuminata (genital Warts)
I don't know a lot about genital warts, but I do know that if you have a lot of questions, it is a good idea to go back to the doctor just to discuss the pathology report.
It is a good thing you went to the doctor. It also sounds like you got an actual copy of the pathology report, that's good, too.
When I first got my pathology reports every word in it made me anxious. I looked up some of the terms online and they helped me understand a little.
One question I would ask (I don't know some of the terminology) is do you have low risk HPV (that causes warts) AND high risk HPV (which can cause cellular changes).
I wrote down all of my questions and took the list to my doctor's appointment. I left room so I could write down the answers.
Did your doctor say that removing the warts was all of the treatment you need? Did he/she tell you what kind of follow up care you'd need?
I hope that helps a bit. I'm sorry you are having to deal with this.