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Condyloma is more popularly known as genetal wart, categorized as a sexually transmitted disease that has external manifestations most particularly in the genitalia and anal area. Internal warts grow on the cervix and the upper vagina as well as in the male urethra. The lesions usually appear raised and pinkish in color but do not usually produce any other symptom.


The presence of the cauliflower-like lesions in the genitalia is the initial clinical diagnosis for this disease. A coloscope can also be used to check growths or outbreaks in the cervix. When acetic vinegars is swabbed in the area, the lesions will also appear whitish.


There are a number of treatments that patients can from when suffering this condition. Topical prescription drugs are the primary option, surgical removal and biological approaches may be also considered as an alternative. One of the popular treatment is Condylox, which is a topical treatment t be applied directly to the genital warts. Pregnant women should not use such products as it can possible cause birth defects,

Symptoms and Signs

Technically referred to as condyloma acuminata, the genital warts are characterized as small growths that sometimes resemble the feature of a cauliflower.


Condyloma is generally a sexually transmitted disease, which means it spreads through sexual intercourse with an infected partner. This is known to be highly contagious can may only appear three month after the contact.

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