Thanks for your question. It is really unfortunate to know that you are badly affected with HPV and related issues. As you may know, genital warts are symptoms which show that one is affected with the most common sexually transmitted infection. It is caused by a virus named Human Papilloma Virus and it comes in different types, say about 70 strains. It can infect both male and female of human beings and at any age. Some HPVs affect females more causing cervical cancer. Most of the affected people are aged 17 to 33 years. These are highly contagious diseases and can affect the sex partner even while using a condom. Condoms do not ensure 100% protection against HPVs. Situations worsen if the wart is not in the shaft of penis and not covered by the condom. In contrary to popular belief, it is caused by skin to skin contact between infected and non-infected than through penetrative sex. Even a single sexual contact can ensure about 60% chance of transmitting the virus to the non-infected partner from an infected person. Multiple sex partners, use of contraceptive pills etc. are indirectly associated with getting affected with HPV. As birth control pills are used, barrier methods like condoms are not used, encouraging the spread of virus. No medical treatment is effective in complete eradication of virus, if it is once affected. In about 20-30% of infected people, it is seen to go away by its own, as the virus is put to a dormant stage in three or four months. But it is seen recurring after a year or so, in most of the people. Causes of recurrence of infection are many. Repeated infection from another partner, persisting virus in and around hair follicles, undetected or deeper lesions which are not treated well etc. can lead to a recurrence of virus activity. During pregnancy also, it is found to become more active, causing an increase in number of warts formed. Abstinence from sexual contact with those who are known to have infection is the easiest and effective method to prevent an infection. Treatment options are as mentioned by you including cryotherapy, laser therapy, surgical excision of lesions, electro dessication etc. Of these, cryotherapy is considered as the most effective and painless method. It has the fewest number of side effects too. In laser therapy, some sort of anesthesia is needed as local anesthesia or general anesthesia. In electrodessication, electricity is used to kill affected lesions along with virus. I hope I have answered your query in detail. Take care.