The Cotswolds ranks as the third-least infected area for genital warts in England, a new study has revealed.

Health experts at NowPatient analysed STI data nationwide, and found that Cotswold recorded just 13 new diagnoses.

The area only trailed behind Solihull with 30 new cases, and the Isles of Scilly with zero.

Navin Khosla, a pharmacist at NowPatient, highlighted the importance of recognising signs: "Genital warts are transmitted through skin-on-skin contact, including vaginal and anal sex, sharing sex toys and although rare, oral sex.

"If you are experiencing any symptoms, contact your GP or a local clinic to get tested."