Genital warts can be found commonly with both men and women, but there is no need to worry – they are easily treatable.
Transmission of genital warts most commonly occurs during sex. They are warty lesions that usually appear on the penis, vagina, groin, pubic and anal areas. Genital warts do not necessarily appear instantly and may take months or years to appear which means they are not always from a recent partner or contact.
NHS sexual health clinics can offer a rapid full set of screening tests if you have any concerns relating to sexual health issues. Tests for both STD (sexually transmitted diseases) and STI (sexually transmitted infections) screening are available, giving you a comprehensive overview of your sexual health.
The NHS can provide treatment for genital warts, but these treatments are usually limited to creams and freezing sessions. Private treatments (non-NHS) are more comprehensive and can include freezing, laser, and surgical options that deliver faster and more effective results.
Our patients are seen quickly as we don’t have waiting lists. Same-day treatments are available to give you the best service possible.