The purpose of these warts pictures are to give information about warts symptoms for educational purposes and are not a replacement for medical diagnosis. If you are worried you might have warts it is always essential to seek medical advice, even if your symptoms do not look like the pictures displayed here.
Genital warts are raised, flesh-colored lesions on the genitals, anus, or surrounding skin. They may appear as cauliflower-like growths around the anus or genitals.
Common warts are flesh-colored, they may appear as small raised spots on the skin with a rough surface. The size of the wart varies and may appear anywhere on the body, especially the fingers, hands, palms, elbows, knees, legs and face. They may be called “seed” warts because blood vessels in the wart look like black dots or “seeds.”