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What are the symptoms of genital warts?

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You might feel itching, bleeding, burning, or pain. But genital warts can often take months or years to show, if they ever do.

Your doctor will decide whether your genital warts need treatment with medications, cryotherapy (freezing off the warts), surgery, or an acid solution.

From: What Are Genital Warts? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Mayo Clinic: "Genital Warts."

CDC: "Genital Warts, What's the Problem?" "6 Reasons to Get HPV Vaccine for Your Child."

NCBI: "Genital Warts, a Comprehensive Review."

Cancer.gov: "HPV and Cancer."

Cleveland Clinic: "Genital Warts."

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on September 09, 2017

SOURCES:

Mayo Clinic: "Genital Warts."

CDC: "Genital Warts, What's the Problem?" "6 Reasons to Get HPV Vaccine for Your Child."

NCBI: "Genital Warts, a Comprehensive Review."

Cancer.gov: "HPV and Cancer."

Cleveland Clinic: "Genital Warts."

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on September 09, 2017

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