Venereal warts are growths that appear on the genital area. The growths, which typically are soft, moist and flesh-colored, can come out one or in clusters (often resembling cauliflower) and may be raised or flat, small or large. Venereal warts are small, benign (harmless) growths caused by a viral transmission i.e. A female with genital warts however is at an increased risk for developing cervical cancer. Genital warts are spread by close skin-to-skin contact. Sex, particularly penetrative anal and vaginal sex, is the fundamental way that warts are passed on.
Genital warts are warts that are situated near or in the genital areas. In a female, that means on or near the vulva (the outside genital area), vagina, cervix, or anus. Genital warts seem similar to warts that might produce on any other part of the body, but they appear on – you guessed it – the genitals. They can be flat or raised, and they vary in size. Genital warts are increasingly common and impact as many as one-third of young women in Canada. These warts, spread by sexual contact, are often flat, tiny and difficult to spot and diagnose.
Genital warts are commonly first seen 1 to 6 months after you have been infected. However, it is possible to be infected with the virus without having any visible warts. Genital warts are spread by skin-to-skin contact, usually during vaginal, anal, or oral sex play. There is a opportunity genital warts can be spread even when no warts are visible. Genital warts can be treated by chemical freezing or burning, or by laser therapy. Actual treatment can be prescribed to reduce the size and number of warts.
Genital warts are hyperplastic, sometimes pedunculated lesions of the skin or mucose tissue layers of the genitals caused by human papillomaviruses (HPVs). Some HPV types get flat endocervical or anal lesions that are precancerous. Genital warts are spread by sexual contact with an infectious partner and are very contagious. Approximately two-thirds of all persons who have sexual contact with an infectious partner will develop this sexually carried disease (STD). Genital warts are bumps of various sizes on the skin of the genitals. They result from transmission with some types of human papillomavirus, or HPV (a common sexually transmitted virus).
Condoms are the only kind of contraception that offer some protection against transmitted Genital Warts, but even then, the protection is incomplete. Condom use is also essential. Condoms, used correctly from start to finish each time you have sex, provide some protection if they cover the area of the genital warts. However HPV may be present in areas of skin not covered by condoms.
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