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Genital Wart Symptoms

Genital Wart Symptoms

Not everybody that is infected by the human pappilloma virus (HPV) will have warts that show somewhere on the body. More often than not there are no visible symptoms and many people have been known to go through their entire lives without an outbreak. When genital wart symptoms do develop, it is usually within two or three months following the initial infection. In some cases, symptoms did not develop for many years after infection. The most prominent genital wart symptoms to watch out for if you suspect you’ve been infected are irritation, itching and bleeding from one spot somewhere in the area of your genitals or anus. For women this also includes the interior of the vagina.

When genital wart symptoms do appear, the wart itself is usually invisible or sometimes it stays underneath the outermost skin layer and does not break through. If they do break through they can be in a variety of different shapes and sizes. They can be large or they can be too small to be seen by the naked eye. They can be individual or they can come in clusters or groups.

Genital wart symptoms can differ from person to person in every way. In some people they can appear as small, cauliflower-like clusters or like flat, white areas that resemble dry, flaky skin more than the emergence of a wart. Furthermore, the breakout can be internal and may be occurring in the urethra, the rectum or the cervix. In these cases, the sufferer will notice some irregularity during defecation, urination, or sex that leads to a thorough examination by a qualified physician that will lead to the proper diagnosis and hopefully, a successful treatment.

In men, warts can occur on the outside of the penis as well as the outside of the scrotum. This is usually easily treated with creams and lotions and frequent washing of the area with warm, soapy water and is usually enough to remove the warts and prevent further outbreaks.

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