Genital and Anal Warts

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  • Small painless bumps growing on genital and anal area;
  • Itching and burning;
  • Maybe also inside urethra of men;


  • Develop in moist areas and can become malignant (1-6 months).


Genital warts are caused by exposure to the human papilloma virus (HPV). Warts are considered a low cancer-causing potential. Common warts are not the same as genital warts and are caused by different HPV types that infect the skin.


  • Removal by burning, freezing or minor surgery
  • Wartec solution 2 times daily for 3 days - apply to warts only, keep area clean and dry
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