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Were you looking for information about Venereal Warts? Veneral warts is a common misspelling of venereal warts.
Venereal warts usually appear as moist, soft, or flesh-colored swellings on the genital area. They are quite contagious and are one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Venereal warts, which are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), typically appear within weeks or months after initial infection. Several options are available for treating them, including prescription medicines and certain medical procedures.
(Click Venereal Warts for more information on how venereal warts are spread, what they look like, and how the sexually transmitted disease can be treated.)
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