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The presence of condylomas is determined by feeling or seeing small outgrowths or warts on the genitals, on the anus, or occasionally in the mouth.
The shape and colour of the warts differ according to location. They vary in shape from cauliflower-like bumps to pimples or flat warts. In colour, they can be pink, red or grey, or sometimes the same colour as the surrounding skin.
Condylomas are most frequently found in the following regions: