Symptoms

Symptoms of Genital Condyloma

You can be infected with human papillomavirus and not have any visible warts at all. Often the only symptom of genital warts is tiny, flat or slightly raised lesions. They may form clusters that take on a cauliflower-like shape. Warts can be found:

  • In the vagina
  • On the vulva
  • On the cervix
  • On the tip of the penis
  • On the scrotum
  • On the anus
  • In the throat

Occasionally, warts are accompanied by itching or discomfort in the genital area or bleeding during intercourse.

Complications of genital warts include:

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