Genital wart

Last updated: 5 Nov 2021  |  31955 Views  | 

Genital wart

Genital wart

These are genital warts, including the urethra, the area where urine is released from the body and the anal hole. Genital warts are one of the most common STDs in people aged 17-33 years old, which is at high risk.

HPV is the cause of over 90% of warts caused by HPV6,11. These warts are contagious through the skin. After 1-6 months of exposure to warts, the more you have a history of changing multiple sexual partners and have had sexually transmitted infections, the easier it is to become infected.

Usually there are no symptoms. If there is an infection, there may be burning, itching, secretions. Warts occur in moist areas such as the genitals, vulva, anus, and spread widely into small, white or pink blisters. is characteristic of cauliflower Complications of untreated pelvic cancer in women and urinary obstruction.

History taking, physical examination including collecting samples for examination to find sexually transmitted diseases


Apply imiquimod ,5FU ,podofilox ,TA cream to small warts. If large warts are treated with liquid nitrogen, laser therapy in surgery. Warts often recur and require repeated treatment until they are completely healed. The doctor had to let Oil go back to treat him at home.

Things to do

should be applied to the wound

should go to the doctor's appointment

Sexual intercourse should be avoided, should be kept clean.

Should be vaccinated against HPV 6,11,16,18

You should see your doctor if you have recurring warts.

You should see your doctor if you have signs of infection. swollen, red, foul-smelling

don't do

Do not apply the medication to the area where the wart is bleeding.

Don't have sex until it's healed.

Don't miss a doctor's appointment


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