Many people that suspect they may have genital warts put off their visit to the doctor as they are embarrassed. Many people want to find pictures of warts beforehand to check if that is what they actually have. If you look at these pictures of warts and decide that you do indeed have genital warts, you don’t have to worry. There are home home remedies for genital warts available on the internet so you need never face the embarrassment of the doctors surgery. WARNING – For your convenience we have included pictures of warts at the bottom of this article – these pictures can be explicit in nature.
Genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), this is why you also hear the term HPV Warts. You can have HPV without ever having the warts appear, alternatively you may get the HPV warts many years after contracting HPV.
Genital warts can be flesh coloured or a shade of gray, they can either appear as raised or flat lumps. Sometimes they appear in a cluster that is often described as cauliflower like. As the name suggests they tend to be found around the genital area. For females this can mean both inside and / or outside of the vagina or the inner thigh. HPV warts can also appear in the anal area, again, both inside and outside. For men, genital warts can often appear on the penis, testicles, scrotum, testicles, groin, anus and thighs.
When looking for pictures of warts on the internet you should be aware that the internet can often only hold pictures of the most extreme cases of HPV warts.
If you would like to treat genital warts without having to go to the doctor, there are alternatives available. You may well have heard of Wartamine, this treats genital warts naturally with no need for you to visit the doctor. It is available without prescription, and the best bit of all is that it uses totally natural ingredients so you will have peace of mind.
If you discover you do have genital warts you should practise safe sex to avoid passing them onto your partner. Sex with an infected partner is the most common cause of HPV warts.