Non gay male with anal warts
Warts are developed around or inside the anus. At the initial stage, the structures of the warts are rounded spots or projections similar to as head of a pin. The numbers of anal warts increases very first and may spread to entire rectal area. In initial stage, affected individual is usually unaware of the development of the warts as they are asymptomatic, but when they spread, some individuals may having feeling of itching or bulge or bunch in the anal area. Due to asymptomatic nature of the anal warts, often their development is ignored.
Anal Warts: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention
A recent qualitative study in Denmark showed that genital warts GWs can considerably lower the quality of life of heterosexual patients. In this follow-up study, we interviewed men having sex with men MSM suffering from GWs to obtain an in-depth understanding of their perception of GWs and determine the extent to which minority homosexual cultural issues affect these patients' experiences. Qualitative interviews with six MSM were performed using a semi-structured interview guide. Questions were formulated on the basis of the earlier qualitative study in heterosexual patients with GWs along with a literature review.
Quality of life of homosexual males with genital warts: a qualitative study
Anal warts are small warts that can occur inside and around the anus. The condition is also called condyloma acuminata. Anal warts are a form of genital warts. However, they can become irritating if they grow large enough, and might itch or bleed. If no symptoms occur, people with anal warts may not even know they have them.
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