Seriously, warts? Stop being ridiculous in assuming someone has genital warts; when they are most likely skin tags. Obviously, you know very little about medical topics. It is extremely common during pregnancy to develop skin tags anywhere on the body, especially areas such as underarms, under the breast, under your stomach, and in your pelvic, groin, and genital areas. It has a lot to do with hormonal changes that occur, as well as increased friction and blood flow to those areas. While the possibility of genital warts exists, it is highly unlikely as any decent ob/gyn would have noticed you had genital warts (whereas they often don't mention skin tags... since they are merely cosmetic). Genital warts are caused by sexually transmitted diseases, in particularly HPV (human pappilomavirus). You would have been tested for this at the beginning of your pregnancy, and I would not go to an ob/gyn that didn't.Bring it up with your ob/gyn after you have given birth, in case any more develop. Some do the procedure in office, whether it's on their own OR they have a dermatologist come in. Other's might refer you to a local dermatologist for the removal process. They will most likely cauterize the skin tags either by burning them off OR by freezing them off. Both procedures have minimal pain and heal quickly. The removal location will be tender for a few days since underwear rub against the area often; you can put a small bandage or apply medicine to the area after the removal. They may also apply a local anesthetic to the wart and just cut it off. It just depends on the doctor's office.I had genital skin tags during my pregnancy, and they're very embarrassing. So, I understand what you're going through. I also happen to work in health care, so hopefully I have offered you an appropriate medical response vs. someone just saying... "those are warts." Best of luck, and hope you have a happy and healthy delivery and baby!