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Genital Warts Picture -  warts on a penis tip

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Illustrated in the images above are growths appearing on the tip of the penis and around the shaft of the penis. Warts can also appear around the testicles and or anus, and for women, warts can appear on the vulva and perineal area, inside the vagina and on the cervix. Genital warts vary in size and can be too small to see in some cases. Genital warts can lead to cervical cancer in women and penile cancer in men. Genital warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).

Genital warts can appear in a variety of forms - they can be raised, flat, appear as a singular wart, in groups and in cauliflower-like clusters.

Genital Warts Q&A

How are genital warts contracted and when do they become visible?

HPV infection is usually spread by direct skin-to-skin contact during intercourse (whether vaginal, oral, or anal sex) with a person infected with the HPV virus. After exposure, warts may begin to appear within a few weeks, but they can take months or even years to present; and may even not present with symptoms at all. Whether or not HPV suffers who fail to present with symptoms are as infectious as those who carry visible genital warts is unknown. Not everybody who comes in contact with the HPV virus will become infected.

How do I recognise genital warts?

Most genital warts are identified by their appearance. Blood tests or swab tests are generally unneccesary to diagnose genital warts.

How I treat HPV or genital warts?

Our treatment is available without prescription so you can apply the treatment yourself without necessarily needing to consult your GP. This treatment should remove the warts quickly and effectively. If symptoms do persist however, you should always consult your GP.








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