Genital Warts Treatment Blog
  • Genital Warts Self Diagnosis

    How this $2.63 “solution” found in any grocery store will reveal whether you have Genital Warts, Skin Tags, or simply ingrown hairs. (You'll know for sure in as little as 10 minutes from now ... all from the privacy of your own home!)

    Read More
  • Best Genital Warts Treatment

    With over a hundred different Genital Warts Treatment systems out there it's hard to know which is most effective. This is why I've reviewed the top Genital Warts Treatment program. It's success rate is higher than any other system I've seen.

    Read More
  • The Genital Warts Discussion

    How to use powerful and proven psychological techniques to “break the news to your partner" in a way that not only boosts the odds they’ll be understanding … but turn them into your passionate ally as well!

    Read More
  • Genital Wart Dangers

    I've heard it a thousand times ... "it's not a big deal." Well, if you think not treating your Genital Warts is a big deal then you can't be further from the truth!

    From Cancer to Infertility to Birth Defects ... in this article I'll reveal it all.

    Read More
  • How to Know Who Gave It To You

    Throughout all my research on Genital Warts, I've discovered a shocking secret to identifying WHO actually gave you the disease. In this article, I reveal exactly how to do it.

    Read More

Everything You Need to Know to Make an Informed Decision!

What is it?

Genital Warts also known as HPV is a Sexually transmitted disease characterized by flesh colored or grey bumps in the genital or anal area in both men and women. Sometimes referred to as condyloma acuminata or venereal warts, HPV is highly contagious and is the most common among all the STD's.

What are the Causes?

Caused by HPV, the human papilloma virus, they are transmitted sexually. Although Genital warts in children below 3 years is uncommon, there are some rare cases. This usually happens due to manual contact and sometimes due to child abuse. Almost 90% of all HPV is caused by low risk strains, HPV 6 and HPV 11. Higher risk strains increase the chance of Cancer.

What are the Symptoms?

Genital Warts is very distinct from common warts. They appear specifically only in the genital region or near the anus. Generally they are not painful at all but they could be really uncomfortable due to the location and because they rub against your clothes. It is usually very itchy and you have to be careful not to breach the skin.

How do I Diagnose it?

A careful history and the time of appearance of the warts will usually tell you if you have Genital Warts. You can also check out 5 minute guide on how to do a self diagnosis under a dollar!

What are the Treatment?

Genital Warts Treatment varies from surgical to home remedies. It is crucial that you consult a doctor to find the right treatment plan for you. You should avoid touching or squeezing the warts to minimize the risk of spreading. Personal hygiene is of the utmost importance. Although HPV cannot be completely eradicated, fear not. It is easily managed and living a normal life is quite possible.

What are the Emotional Effects?

Finding out that you have Genital Warts can a period of intense confusion and fear. Not knowing what to do, how to deal with this etc can be quite draining. Talking to people who have had it through support groups, talking to our doctor, your friend or even your partner can be an very rewarding experience. Self pity and despair is counter productive.