Genital Warts Symtoms
Were you looking for information about Genital Warts Symptoms? Genital warts symtoms is a common misspelling of genital warts symptoms.
For most people who are infected with HPV (the virus responsible for genital warts), symptoms do not occur. When genital warts do appear, they usually look like moist, soft, pink, or flesh-colored swellings. These warts can appear in many places, including in the vagina or anus and on the cervix, vulva, penis, or scrotum. Other symptoms of genital warts include burning, pain, discomfort, and itching.
(Click Genital Warts Symptoms for more information on other specific symptoms, where they can appear, and how you can prevent getting this sexually transmitted disease.)