Does genital warts are related to syphillis?

NO different STDs. Both are sexually transmuted diseases , general warts are caused by hpv virus, syphilis by t pallidium due to unprotected sex.Can coexist.

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Does genital warts is a symptoms of syphillis?

No. Two distinct std s genital warts are caused by hpv virus, if untreated or unvaccinated in a female may cause cervical cancer, if syphilis is untreated will cause severe systemic damage to mossy of human organs. , prevention is by protection, prophylaxis , and early detection and treatment. Read more...
HPV vs Syphilis. Syphilis is caused by the bacterium treponema pallidum. Hpv (human papillomavirus) is a dna virus which causes warts. They are two different sexually transmitted diseases. Read more...

How to know if I have syphilis or genital warts?

See your doc. either way you need to be treated.. The initial lesion of syphilis is called a hard chancre and it is a painless ulcer while genital warts or condyloma which appears like a caulifower. There is however a lesion cause by second stage of syphilis that can resemble condyloma or genital wart as it looks 'warty' and it is called condyloma lata. Again, see your doc. thanks. Read more...

How do I know if I have syphilis or genital warts?

See your Dr. Genital warts are easy for a doctor to identify. Syphilis also has an easily recognizable lesion and very identifiable spirochete organisms in early phase and simple vdrl blood test from then on. Hope you have neither. Read more...
Professional exam. Although syphilis can cause wart-like growths, this is rare; genital warts are hundreds of times more common. But the only way to be sure is professional examination. Good luck! Read more...

Is there any specific way to distinguish genital warts (condyloma) caused by low-risk HPV & condyloma caused by the secondary stage of syphilis?

Yes. If your physician can biopsy the warts then the cause can be determined accurately. If you want to avoid this you can get blood tests for syphillis to make sure you do not have syphillis. Read more...
Condyloma lata. The first thing would be to do a syphillis test. If positive the lesions can very well be condyloma lata and should be treated as secondary syphillis. Read more...

Besides low-risk strains of HPV & secondary stage of syphilis, are there any other possible causes for genital warts?

Here are some... Genital wart is specific for HPV-infected skin lesions. Known to us, one with one kind of STD has higher likelihood to have other kinds of STD coming along. Specific for HPV, many of the HPV-infected may remain asymptomatic and in 2-3 years, they become clear if no reinfection occurs. More? Ask the treating Doc for detail. Read more...