Male Genital Warts

Male genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease that can be painful.  What genital warts do is cause warts to form in the genital area.  It is often known as HPV and can be very dangerous if it goes untreated.  Genital warts can occur in both men and women.  They can appear around the vagina, penis, anus, and even sometimes around the mouth.  Male genital warts are not the same kind of warts that are found elsewhere on the body.

Symptoms of male genital warts can include sore and blisters around the genitals as well as pain in urination.  Sometimes they can even cause flu like symptoms as well as severe headaches and back pain.  There have been some reported cases from sufferers of genital warts of abdominal pain as well as a discharge from the penis.

If you feel that you are coming down with symptoms of male genital warts it is very important that you see your doctor.  Often time’s people will think that their genital warts are only a rash.  If the case is male genital warts it is important that you stop all sexual activity and begin treatments as soon as possible.

Male genital warts are also termed HSV.  HSV has two different types.  Type 1 HSV is found around the area of the mouth, while Type 2 HSV appears in the genital region. 

If you suffer from male genital warts they can grow if they are not treated.  If you do suffer it is likely that you will pass the warts to your partner if you are sexually active.

There are certain kinds of genital warts that can cause abnormal cell growth.  These abnormal cells can become cancerous cells if they are not treated.  Female genital warts can cause cancer in the vulva, vagina, and the anus, while male genital warts can cause cancer in the penis and the anus.

Keep in mind that their currently is no cure for male genital warts.  The good news is that there are many treatments and medications that can help with genital warts.

With male genital warts symptoms can reoccur.  Because this is the case it is important that you do not have sex with someone who is also showing symptoms of genital warts.

There are some cases where a man doesn’t even realize that he has male genital warts.  The reason for this is that the symptoms can be mild, and most will think that they only have a rash.  If you begin to develop even a rash in the genital area check with your doctor to make sure that you have not come down with male genital warts.