Genital warts can look very different to common finger warts
This is for two reasons –
the virus causing genital warts is sometimes different to the virus causing finger warts – also, warts growing in a warm moist environment often grown in a different way to finger warts where the skin is much drier and colder. Genital warts are highly infectious and can be transmissible by sexual contact but also indirect contact as well. An urgent consultation with a skin specialist is required.
You can have a private consultation here.
Patients with genital warts may sometimes carry a secondary sexually transmissible disease and it is important to consider this option when seeing your specialist. That is to say, treating the warts is of course important but considering additional disorders is also very important as well.
by Dr John Ashworth
Frequently Asked Questions
What to do now?
- You can: Go straight to the online consultation page for your personal report from Dr J Ashworth - (£39.95 per case)
- You can: Navigate through the site using the menu to the left to read more on the skin condition.
- You can : Watch a demo video on the online consultation. See the video message left side from Dr J Ashworth.