5 Things You Need to Know About Early Signs Of Genital Warts

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Unlike many sexually transmitted diseases, there are no early signs of genital warts. It usually takes from three weeks to three months for any signs or symptoms to develop. The silent symptoms make it very hard to know when someone has genital warts or not. This is one of the main reasons why using protection is very important when engaging in sexual contact with another person.

Unlike many sexually transmitted diseases, there are no early signs of genital warts. It usually takes from three weeks to three months for any signs or symptoms to develop. The silent symptoms make it very hard to know when someone has genital warts or not. This is one of the main reasons why using protection is very important when engaging in sexual contact with another person.

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