Symptom human papillomavirus (HPV), infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) usually causes no symptoms and are not always visible genital warts. Some types of HPV cause cell changes of the cervix can cause abnormal Pap tests.
If symptoms occur, they usually occur 2 to 3 months after infection. However, these symptoms are known to increase from 3 weeks to several years after infection.
WartsGenital genital warts may be the sizes and shapes.
It may be great or too small to be visible to the naked eye. They appear singly or in groups.
Warts may look like small grapes, such as cauliflower or flat, white areas that are very difficult to know.
Among women and men are, warts appear in the groin, on and around the genitals, urethra or rectum or anus.
With women: Genital warts appear on the vulva, vagina or cervix.
Although women are often unaware of warts in the vagina or cervix, until a doctor finds.
In men, genital warts can occur outside of the penis and scrotum.
Men are often unaware they have genital warts, even if it can be seen until the warts are identified by a doctor.
The symptoms of genital warts may be similar to those of other conditions.