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Genital Warts (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

If you have genital warts, see a health care practitioner and discuss treatment options.

Bleeding warts that cannot be controlled with direct pressure should be seen by a health care practitioner. Warts that obstruct the urethral opening and don't allow you to urinate are an emergency and should be treated as soon as possible.

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Warts, Genital »

Until the 19th century, genital warts (GWs) were believed to be a form of syphilis or gonorrhea.

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