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Call your health professional if you have these symptoms of genital warts.
You can take measures to reduce your risk of becoming infected with a sexually transmitted disease (STD). You can also reduce the risk of transmitting an STD to your sex partner.
Infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) usually does not cause any symptoms and does not always produce visible genital warts.When symptoms do develop, they usually occur 2 to 3 months after infection.
Medication may be used to destroy bothersome genital warts, relieve your symptoms, and reduce the amount of area affected by warts.
Antibiotics, if taken exactly as directed, normally cure gonorrhea infections. Learn more.
Learn more about HPV, which is linked to cervical cancer and genital warts, and its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Antibiotics are the standard treatment for bacterial vaginosis.
Multiple sex partners increase your risk of developing bacterial vaginosis by changing the normal environment of the vagina.
Bacterial vaginosis can be difficult to distinguish from other types of vaginal infection.
Your health care provider can make the diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis.
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