Fast Genital Warts Removal
Almost all sexually active people will at some point in their lives become infected with at least one strain of genital human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is the virus that causes genital warts – one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections. Women are thought to be more susceptible to contracting genital warts than men.
The infection develops and affects the moist tissues of the human genital area – the anal canal, the vulva, the cervix, the vagina and the walls between the external genitals and the anus for women, or the scrotum, the anus or the tip of the shaft of the penis for men. Genital warts may also develop in the throat or mouth after oral sex with an infected person.
Genital warts may have a cauliflower-looking appearance or small, flesh-colored bumps. In many cases, the warts will be very small and may not be visible. Some strains of genital HPV may cause cancer, while others cause genital warts.