Were you looking for information about Genital Warts? Genital worts is a common misspelling of genital warts.
Genital warts are spread through sexual contact and typically appear within weeks or months after initial infection. They are moist, soft, and flesh-colored swellings that usually appear on the vulva, cervix, or penis and in the vagina and anus. The condition is often diagnosed using an acetic acid test.
Genital warts, which are highly contagious, are one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Treatment for the condition may include certain medical procedures and prescription drugs. There is no cure, and the infection can be transmitted even when there is no visible outbreak.
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