Genetil warts (Condylomata acuminata) are sexually transmitted, and are caused by a virus called human papilloma virus (HPV). The virus is spread during skin-to-skin sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, and sometimes oral sex. There are more than 60 types of HPV, and several types can cause genital warts.
The places gentil warts appear include the penis, in or around the vagina, vulva, cervix, and around the anus. Most often they are painless, but sometimes they can cause burning, itching or slight bleeding. Gentil warts can appear as small pink or red bumps, or resemble white to flesh colored lesions, which can be flat or raised. You can have a single wart, or cluster of them.
Once exposed to the virus, it is unknown when the symptoms will appear. In some people, genatal warts will appear in just a few weeks. Others will not show any genatal warts symptoms for several years. It is therefore difficult to determine when you were exposed to the virus.
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Genital wart symptoms include:
Many people with the disease will have no gentil warts symptoms or signs. Whether you show symptoms or not, if you are infected with the HPV virus, you are contagious and can pass it to others.
Surgical gentil wart treatments include freezing them, cutting them or burning them off. However these treatments 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 alternative. 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 genital wart treatment, follow this link to Terrasil. Not only is it guaranteed to work, but you get a full refund if it doesn't.
Abstinence is the only 100% effective way to avoid gentil 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 genatal warts, and should be used.
Having a monogamous relationship with a disease free person will help you avoid all sexually transmitted diseases.
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