What Are the Symptoms of Genital Warts?
The symptoms of genital warts include:
- Painless, flesh-colored or grayish-white growths on the outside or inside of the vagina or cervix or around the anus, thigh, scrotum, or penis that may develop a cauliflower-like appearance and involve more than one area.
- Itchiness or mild soreness in the genital area.
It’s important to keep in mind there could be no symptoms at all.
Call Your Doctor About Genital Warts If:
You develop any of these symptoms or a sexual partner has been diagnosed with genital warts or thinks he or she has them. They are contagious and may require medical treatment.