Anal Warts, mostly referred to as Condyloma Acuminata, are a specific condition affecting the area in and around the anus, and also the skin of the genital area at times. Anal warts are very tiny spots that may grow larger than the size of a pea over time, but do not cause discomfort or pain. Because of this, many a times the afflicted individuals are not aware of the present warts, though some may experience symptoms like bleeding, itching, mucus discharge and / or a lump or mass sensation around the anus. Anal warts are caused due to the presence of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) transmitted from one person to another through direct contact. HPV is regarded as a sexually transmitted disease. Anal condyloma may not necessarily develop through anal intercourse.