I am assuming that your partner was not only examined for external genital warts but also had colposcopy to identify concealed ones deep in the vagina and on the cervix. Expectedly also, she was subjected to a Pap test to exclude cervical dysplasia commonly caused by HPV.
External genital wart treatment can be patient-applied or doctor-administered. You should select the more convenient approach and stay with the doctor who is genuinely sympathetic to your problem and with whom you are comfortable. I will mention Imiquimod Cream here only because it was prescribed for you and you mentioned it in your post. I do not prescribe on the internet and do not advise anyone to receive any treatment prescription on the internet without a doctor’s examination. It is a topically active immune enhancer that stimulates production of interferon and other cytokines. Local inflammatory reactions are common with its use, but these reactions are mild to moderate. It should be applied once daily at bedtime, three times a week for up to 16 weeks. The treatment area should be washed with soap and water 6-10 hours after the application. You should be followed-up several weeks into therapy to determine response to treatment.
Dr Anthony Solomon
Consultant Physician, Tropical & Genitourinary Medicine