WHAT DO VAGINAL WARTS LOOK LIKE
This page contains pictures of what vaginal warts look like. After the female genital warts pictures, there is extensive information about genital warts, including: how a female gets genital warts, where they occur, the symptoms, prevention, and the best treatment for female genital warts.
It is important to remember to get treatment as soon as possible. Delays in treatment will allow the warts to spread, and become more painful.
Pictures of what vaginal warts look like
Click on any of the pictures of female genital warts for treatment information.
Vaginal wart pictures
Picture of genital warts – anal area
Information on female genital warts
Many women ask, how does a female get genital warts? Genital warts (Condylomata acuminata) are sexually transmitted, and are caused by a virus called human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV is spread during skin-to-skin sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, and occasionally oral sex. There are more than 60 types of HPV, and several types can cause genital warts.
The places these warts appear include in or around the vagina, vulva, cervix, and around the anus. There are examples of each in the above vaginal wart pictures. Usually they are painless, but sometimes they can cause burning, itching or slight bleeding. Vaginal warts look like small pink or red bumps, or resemble white to flesh colored lesions, which can be flat or raised. You can have a single pubic wart, or clusters of them.
Once exposed to the virus, it is unknown when the signs will appear. In some people, the warts appear in just a few weeks. Others will not show any wart symptoms for several years. It is therefore difficult to determine when you were exposed to the virus.
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Symptoms and signs
Symptoms of genital warts include:
- Itchiness. This includes the anal area, and vulva (vulvar itch).
- Increased dampness near the growths.
- Women can have an increase in vaginal discharge.
- The growths can resemble cauliflower near the anus or genitals.
Examples can be seen in the female genital warts pictures.
Many people with the disease have no genital wart symptoms at all. Whether you show symptoms or not, if you are infected with the HPV virus, you are contagious and can pass it to others.
Now that we have gone over the symptoms and what vaginal warts look like, it is important to discuss treatment.
Treatment for female genital warts
As we said, it is important to treat genital warts immediately. If you delay, the warts often spread and become more painful. (The female genital warts in the pictures were originally one wart that spread). Potential surgical treatments include freezing them, cutting them or burning them off. These treatments however are very painful, can be expensive, and can lead to permanent scarring or disfigurement. Also, there is no guarantee the warts just won’t grow back.
We have been recommending a much safer and more effective option. This two way treatment not only eliminates current warts, but also helps to build up your immune system to prevent future outbreaks. For more information on the best treatment for female genital warts, follow this link to
Terrasil has one of the highest success rates of any genital wart treatment, and they guarantee it to work or you get a full refund.
It is very important to prevent genital warts from spreading. They can be very painful, and are extremely embarrassing.
Abstinence is the only 100% effective way to avoid pubic warts. Condoms are not 100% effective since there can still be skin-to-skin contact during sex. Condoms do however, reduce your chances of getting sexually transmitted diseases, and should be used.
Having a monogamous relationship with a disease free person will help you avoid all sexually transmitted diseases.
If you have any questions about when a female get genital warts, or what vaginal warts look like, please contact us
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