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GENITAL WARTS   Genital warts have the same symptoms in both sexes and you will easily be able to see whether you or your partner has this as the symptoms are clearly visible externally. The only real symptom to suggest you have this STD is:

Pink or white lumps around the genitals (these may sometimes itch)
These lumps are cauliflower like and can appear on and around the penis, scrotum and anus. They can be spread simply through genital contact with the infected person as well as oral, anal and vaginal sex. If you think you have this STD then keep the area clean and dry at all times and avoid any irritants. It is possible to have sex but only if the condom covers up the warts and this is not possible in all cases. Do not try and treat this STD yourself, it is necessary to seek medical help.

The doctor or GUM clinic worker will be able to diagnose genital warts simply by looking at them and you can be given a treatment there and then. You have a variety of treatment options which include: anti-wart liquid, anti-wart cream, freezing or laser treatment. This will probably take place over a number of weeks whichever option you choose.

One thing to be aware of is that genital warts can reoccur after you have had them once as the virus can stay with you. If this happens then go and get treated again.  
 

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