Your doctor will ask about your medical history and about your sexual habits and any prior episodes of STDs. Your doctor will then examine you to look for evidence of genital warts. A vinegar-like solution placed on the skin turns the warts white and makes diagnosis easier. Other diagnostic tests may include:
Tissue biopsy - A small piece of tissue is removed and examined in a laboratory.
Colposcopy - An instrument called a colposcope is used to magnify and...
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