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Are Genital Warts an STD?

Yes, the Genital warts are an STD.

Good news: Genital warts can be managed.

Bad news (not too bad): Genital warts don’t go away completely.

What do they look like? Genital warts resemble small cauliflowers. In males, they can appear on the penis, scrotum, groin, thighs, or around the anus. In females, they may show up inside or outside the vagina or anus, and even on the cervix. Surprisingly, they can also appear on the lips, mouth, tongue, or throat if someone had oral contact with an affected person.

What should you do? Visit your GP or a nurse. Seek professional advice.

What NOT to do: Avoid having sex with others until you get the green light from a doctor. Also, don’t purchase self-treatment products for common hand warts – they might not be safe for your genital warts.

Genital warts are indeed an STD, but there are ways to manage them. If you suspect you have them, consult your GP for guidance rather than trying to tackle them on your own. Your health and well-being are important!

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