Feb 16, 2001
In Women: Are there other symtoms to genital warts, other than visual sitings? Spotting? Pain?
Response from Mr. Kull
Genital warts are generally painless, may cause itching, and can lead to sores or bleeding. They are often described as flesh-colored, soft, and cauliflower-like.
Genital warts should be diagnosed by a professional, and women should have regular gynecological check-ups for screening.
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