Genital warts are small outgrowths in the reproductive organs that are usually sexually transmitted diseases. They may be found around the outer reproductive organs of both woman and men including penis,urethra, vulva or cervix area.
Genital warts are small outgrowths on the mucus membrane of the skin and are of different shapes and sizes.Genital warts are sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They may occur in the genital areas or in and around the mouth.
General symptoms of genital warts are bleeding during intercourse, increased dampness in vaginal area, itching. Genital warts occur in both men and women and are caused by HPV or Human Papiloma Virus. The symptoms of genital warts may also be confused with normal rashes.
Genital warts can generally be diagnosed by a physical examination by thoroughly observing the areas around the pelvic region, thighs and mouth.For diagnosis of invisible genital warts doctors use a 5 percent acetic acid soultion and rub it over the sensitive areas to observe the genital warts.
Genital warts are common sexually transmitted diseases and are usually raised, textured, and pink colored structures caused by HPV or human papilloma virus.Genital warts can appear in many sexually active people who do not maintain proper sexual hygiene.
Genital warts could be easily transmitted to your partners if not treated on time and even to infants during child birth. Gential warts often times may not be visable in men.
Genital warts could be treated by cryosurgery,CO2 surgery, or by giving alpha-inferon injections.Genital warts sometimes remain dormant and can suddenly occur due to an outbreak. In some people these outbreaks are more frequent than the others but get cured after some time.
Genital warts could be removed by medications called Gardasil or a loop electrosurgical excision procedure.
Genital warts are normal curable conditions and are sexually transmitted. They can be treated if kept on observation and proper medication for a long time.
Genital warts can be prevented by maintaining proper sexual hygiene and use of condoms and cleaning the genitals after intercourse and during showers.
The information on this site is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a licensed medical practitioner. If you are experiencing a serious medical condition call your local emergency services or your doctor.