What is Vaginal warts?

Vaginal warts are small skin-coloured or whitish bumps that appear on your vulva, vagina or cervix. The most prevalent symptoms of vaginal warts include- bleeding, mucous-like discharge and brown-coloured bumps near the vaginal.
MGM Hospital CBD provides a variety of treatments for vaginal warts, including topical medications, cryotherapy, electrocautery, and surgical excision. The hospital's skilled specialists and experts use a comprehensive approach to diagnose and treat vaginal warts, starting with a thorough examination and evaluation of the patient's symptoms and medical history.



If you encounter any of the following Vaginal Wart symptoms, it is critical that you get medical help from a our healthcare provider:

  • Small, flesh-colored, brown or pink swellings in your genital area
  • A cauliflower-like shape caused by several warts close together
  • Itching or discomfort in your genital area
  • Bleeding with intercourse


At MGM hospital, our healthcare team helps to identify the following causes of Vaginal Wart:

  • Mild bleeding.
  • Burning sensation.
  • Discomfort.
  • Genital itching or irritation.


At MGM Hospital CBD, our healthcare providers give provide personalized advice on how to reduce your risk of developing vaginal warts.:

  • Having unprotected sex with multiple partners
  • Having had another sexually transmitted infection
  • Having sex with a partner whose sexual history you don't know
  • Becoming sexually active at a young age
  • Having a compromised immune system, such as from HIV or drugs from an organ transplant


At MGM hospital,We offer following comprehensive testing and treatment options, as well as education and support to help you stay healthy and prevent the spread of STIs:

  • Keep the genital area clean and dry. You can use a hair dryer to help dry the area.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly after touching the area with warts.
  • Do not scratch the warts.
  • Avoid sexual activity until the warts have completely healed.
  • Use latex condoms during intercourse. Condoms can reduce your risk of getting genital warts, but warts can spread from areas not covered by a condom.
  • Avoid having intercourse with multiple partners.

How is it diagnosed?

Our healthcare specialists at MGM Hospital will perform the following tests: Your healthcare provider will examine your genital area and the warts. Your provider may put a liquid on the skin to make it easier to see warts. An instrument called a colposcope may be used to magnify the area so your provider can look more closely at the skin or the cervix. A sample of tissue may be taken for lab tests to help confirm the diagnosis. A scope may be used to check for warts in the bladder and the urethra. Often warts that cannot be seen are diagnosed when women have a Pap test. Sometimes an HPV-DNA test may be done to see if the type of HPV causing the warts is the type associated with cervical cancer. The diagnosis of vaginal warts at MGM Hospital CBD typically involves the following steps:
• Medical history
• Physical examination
• Pap smear
• Biopsy
• STD testing


How is it treated?

MGM Hospital has skilled gynecologists and surgeons who specialize in the treatment of vaginal warts and provide individualized treatment plans tailored to each patient's unique needs.

The hospital also offers counseling and support services to help patients cope with the emotional and psychological impact of the condition.

Minimally invasive vaginal wart treatment

Minimally invasive vaginal wart treatment refers to the use of techniques that require smaller incisions or punctures to treat vaginal warts. Vaginal warts, also known as condyloma, are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can cause discomfort and pain during sexual intercourse.

Laser surgery for vaginal warts

Laser surgery is one of the treatment options for vaginal warts, which are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). During laser surgery, a high-energy beam of light is used to vaporize and remove the warts. This approach is often preferred because it is minimally invasive and can be done on an outpatient basis, meaning the patient can go home the same day. It also typically results in less bleeding, scarring, and pain compared to other surgical methods.

Vaginal wart removal surgery

Vaginal wart removal surgery is a procedure to remove genital warts that develop in the vaginal area. The surgery is typically performed using local anesthesia and may involve cutting or removing the warts with a scalpel or electrocautery. In some cases, laser surgery or cryotherapy (freezing the warts with liquid nitrogen) may also be used.The type of surgery used depends on the size and location of the warts, as well as the preference of the surgeon.

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