- Genital warts usually look like flesh-colored or grey growths and are found around the genital area. They can either be raised or flat depending on the infection. Many medical practitioners liken their appearance to that of a cauliflower. They can be found in clusters or may appear alone.
- Feminine genital warts appear on both the inside and outside of the vagina and inner thighs. They can also appear on the anal region, growing in and outside of the anus.
- These warts are caused by a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV), although you cannot rely on the visual presence of genital warts to determine if someone is infected with HPV. In many cases genital warts will never appear or appear years after the virus has been contracted.
- Some genital warts are not clear to the naked eye so visit a medical expert if you believe you may have HPV. The same is advised if you suspect that you may have genital warts. It is never a good idea to self-diagnose any condition, so get it checked out properly. The doctor or nurse will apply a solution which will cause any warts that are present to turn white.
- Common treatments include applying chemicals to the affected area, using liquid nitrogen to freeze off the warts, and using laser therapy to remove the warts. These treatments can be successful in getting rid of the warts, but as the virus itself is still there, recurrences are common. Furthermore, you can still spread the virus even after undergoing treatment.
- There are many pictures of genital warts circulating the Internet, but these are often extreme cases that are so severe that they block the vaginal and anal openings. Cases such as these are very uncommon and you shouldn't compare these examples with your own symptoms.
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