Can a woman get vaginal warts from toilets?

Answer Vaginal or genital warts, most commonly caused by a Human Papilloloma Virus (HPV) strain, cannot be transmitted by sitting on a toilet seat or in any other public place (swimming pool, hot tub, etc... Read More »

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Do vaginal warts itch?

Symptoms of vaginal warts vary from person to person. Some women do not experience symptoms, while others may encounter vaginal itching, pain, burning and vaginal bleeding. A pap smear (examination... Read More »

Are vaginal warts curable?

The HPV virus, which there's no cure for, causes vaginal warts. But there are multiple ways to control this condition--your doctor might suggest applying prescription medication to warts or surgica... Read More »

What are vaginal warts?

Vaginal warts--like all warts--result from the human papilloma virus, or HPV. Vaginal warts are considered a sexually transmitted disease, or STD, because they are contracted through sexual activit... Read More »

How long do vaginal warts last?

Vaginal warts, known medically as "genital warts", go away without treatment in about 30 percent of all cases, states the Mayo Clinic. There is no cure for vaginal warts, but outbreaks can last fro... Read More »