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Genital warts

Genital warts are painless growths around your vagina, penis or anus that are passed on during sex.

Symptoms of genital warts include growths or lumps around the vagina, penis and anus.

Genital warts may be treated with creams and liquids, surgery or freezing. You can get treatment from a sexual health clinic.

Read more on the NHS website.

Symptoms of genital warts include growths or lumps around the vagina, penis and anus.

Go to a sexual health clinic if you have:

These things mean you may have genital warts. Go to a sexual health clinic to be checked.

Sexual health clinics are sometimes called genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics, or sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.

Treatment can help remove the warts and stop the infection being passed on.

Read more on the NHS website.

Genital warts may be treated with creams and liquids, surgery or freezing. You can get treatment from a sexual health clinic.

Read more on the NHS website.