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Genital Wart Facts
Condylomata acuminata or what is known as genital wart is regarded as a sexually transmitted disease that is benign in growth and is commonly found around the rectum, penis and vagina. Papillomaviruses is the main culprit of this growth. In the United States, there are about 500,000 from the entire population that develops genital warts which proves how common this condition is. For the 20 to 45 percent of sexually active individuals, women are majority of the population affected by the virus. And because of the location these warts have established, condoms are not as effective in protecting the person.
Moles, Warts, and Skin Tags in the Genital Area
Before you start conducting any search about the possible remedies for moles, warts, and skin tags in the genital area, you should first know if you really have the skin lesions. You see, among these three skin lesions, genital warts can be transmitted sexually. As with the moles and skin tags, these skin lesions usually appear without any known cause. Some individuals are even surprised when they discover that they have skin tags and moles in their genital area.
Methods of Removing Pesky Moles
Moles are natural growths seen on every human skin although there are people who would prefer getting rid of it through any natural or clinical way because of how it appears on the skin. There are at least three acceptable methods of removing moles namely – shaving or full excision, laser surgery, and electrocautery.