Warts are hard bumps on your skin. They can be as small as a pinhead or as large as a penny. You may have just one wart or many. Warts can develop anywhere on your skin, but they usually appear on the hands or feet.
Warts don't usually hurt or bleed unless they are injured. Warts on the bottom of the feet are called plantar warts. These can be painful to walk on. Warts on the penis or around the vagina or anus are called genital warts.
Warts can spread from one place on your body to another place if you touch them or scratch them. You can spread your warts to other people if you share towels, razors, or nail clippers. You can spread genital warts through sexual contact. You can catch plantar warts from walking barefoot in public areas where other people also walk barefoot, such as swimming pools or locker rooms
Sometimes the only way to tell the difference between the two is with a biopsy of the area. Genital warts usually fleshy looking. Molluscum looks more like a water blister with a dent in the middle.