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When should you see your doctor about genital warts?

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See your doctor right away if you or your partner have bumps or warts in the genital area or if:

  • You have an abnormal discharge from your vagina or penis
  • You have burning, pain, or bleeding when urinating or during sex
  • Your partner is diagnosed with genital warts or has some of the symptoms

From: How Do I Know if I Have Genital Warts? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

National Center for Biotechnology Information: “About Genital Warts.”

Mayo Clinic: “Genital Warts.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Genital Warts.”

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on April 23, 2019

SOURCES:

National Center for Biotechnology Information: “About Genital Warts.”

Mayo Clinic: “Genital Warts.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Genital Warts.”

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on April 23, 2019

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