These can infect the mouth, throat, genitalia, hands, or the perineum. They are fleshy and bumpy, and look like cauliflower. alone, they are painless, but if they grow too large, they can block vital bodily functions. Some warts can be so small that they are virtually undetectable. A physician can soak the suspected area in vinegar and look at it with a magnifying glass because the vinegar turns the warts white.
There are many treatments/cures for venereal warts. They can be frozen, treated with chemicals such as: Trichloracetic acid, Podophyllin, and Fluorouracil , or even burned off with a laser. This doesn't keep them away forever, recurrences are common.