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Genital warts are a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). They are small, flesh-colored or gray growths that appear in the genital and anal areas. Genital warts can vary in size and shape, ranging from tiny, flat bumps to larger, cauliflower-like clusters.


Genital warts are primarily transmitted through sexual activity, including vaginal, anal, and oral sex. The virus can be passed from one person to another through direct skin-to-skin contact, even if there are no visible warts or other symptoms.

Genital warts are caused by certain strains of HPV, primarily types 6 and 11. These strains are classified as low-risk HPV because they are less likely to lead to cancer. HPV is highly contagious, and the risk of transmission is increased when engaging in sexual activity with an infected person.

Not being vaccinated against HPV can increase the risk of developing genital warts. Vaccines, such as the HPV vaccine, provide protection against the most common HPV strains associated with genital warts and certain types of cancer

A weakened immune system can make individuals more susceptible to HPV infections, including genital warts. Conditions such as HIV/AIDS or undergoing immunosuppressive treatments can compromise the immune system's ability to control the virus.

Engaging in sexual activity with multiple partners increases the risk of exposure to HPV-infected individuals, thereby increasing the chances of contracting genital warts.

Genital Warts

Symptoms of Genital Warts Infection

  • The primary symptom of genital warts is the appearance of small, raised, or flat bumps in the genital or anal area. These warts can occur singly or in clusters and may have a cauliflower-like or rough texture. They can vary in size from very small (pinhead-sized) to larger growths.
  • Genital warts can cause itching or discomfort in the affected area. The itching may be mild or more pronounced, leading to a persistent urge to scratch
  • Some individuals with genital warts may experience a burning or tender sensation in the genital or anal region. This discomfort can be intermittent or continuous.
  • In rare cases, genital warts can bleed, especially during sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual activity. This can occur if the warts are irritated or injured.
  • Women with genital warts may notice changes in their vaginal discharge. It may become thicker, discolored, or have an unusual odor.


There are prescriptions available to relieve or cure symptoms of Genital Warts. At the CareMD, our licensed physicians provide you with the best treatment option for genital warts to prevent complications and spread.

Recommended treatment

  • After an initial observation and home remedy failure, consult us for antibiotic ointment and pills


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