Articles on: Genital Warts

What are the symptoms and signs of genital warts?

Symptoms usually occur within 3 weeks to 3 months of exposure, although genital warts symptoms can flare up at any time after infection or not occur at all. Symptoms of genital warts may include:

Soft skin like growths (flesh-coloured or grey) may appear on the penis, scrotum, vagina, cervix, rectum or thighs
Soft skin like growths (flesh-coloured or grey) may appear on the mouth, lips, tongue or throat when exposed to HPV orally
Vaginal itching or bleeding
Anal itching or bleeding
A change to your normal directional flow of your urine

It is estimated that the majority of individuals will not have symptoms when they have a HPV infection. However, It is still possible to pass HPV on to others through the transmission methods mentioned above.

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Updated on: 21/02/2024

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