Human papillomavirus causes genital warts, which are harmless growths or bumps that typically appear around the vagina, penis, and anus (HPV).
The virus that causes genital warts is sexually transmitted and contagious. An estimated 90% of genital warts are thought to result from HPV types 6 and 11 infection. These varieties do not, however, carry a high risk of cancer.
Additionally, it is predicted that two-thirds of sexually active individuals will contract at least one HPV strain throughout the course of their lives.
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Genital warts can be spread by sexual skin-to-skin contact, such as vaginal, anal, and oral intercourse, with a person who has genital warts. It is best to follow the instructions below if you want to learn how to prevent genital warts:
Genital warts appear as bumps or growths that are flesh-colored and can appear on the vulva, vagina, cervix, penis, scrotum, or anus. They can vary in size and number depending on whether you have one or numerous warts. The most common genital warts symptoms are:
Genital warts are a commonly occurring skin issue, and most of our patients at City Dermatology Clinic want them removed because they are unsightly or painful.
At our London clinic, bigger warts that are resistant to treatment options like creams will need to be surgically removed. Large warts will be surgically removed by our doctors and specialists, who have years of genital wart removal experience whilst ensuring you receive the best possible cosmetic outcome.
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An estimated 400,000 men and women get genital warts annually. The largest and most prevalent age group is between 18 and 30. HPV is the virus that causes genital warts and is the most prevalent STD.
Genital warts can spread from person to person during vaginal and anal sex. The virus can be spread through direct skin-to-skin contact with someone who has HPV.
Genital warts are usually painless but can cause discomfort as they tend to be itchy or bleed.
Genital warts appear as bumps or growths that are flesh-colored and can appear on the vulva, vagina, cervix, penis, scrotum, or anus. They can vary in size and number depending on whether you have one or numerous warts.
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