Why are the genital warts? It may be ordinary wart join as those in other areas of the body, or a symptom human papilloma virus (HPV), of which more than 70 different types exist. They not all cause genital warts (also called condyloma acuminata or venereal warts) and, in some cases, they appear in other areas such as the hands. When it comes to genital warts two symptom we should not overlook the wart usually bleed and be painful.
He HPV, in the case of woman, it can expand into the vagina Y cervix. The most frequent transmission occurs through sexual contact, and also warts can appear weeks or even months after contagion the virus. Yes, the risk of both genital warts and disseminating them, increases if relations are maintained with more than one person without protection (condoms is the most effective in this case preventive method), by consuming alcohol, defenses low stress or viral infection such as herpes. In addition, monitor their appearance during pregnancy, since the transmission from mother to child can occur during childbirth, and when they expand very quickly, as it can be indicative of a problem of immunity (as caused by the AIDS virus, HIV).
If we become aware of the occurrence of genital warts, or noticed one of the most common symptoms (burning sensation, itching, pain), it is essential to go to doctor to treat them. How do you identify them? Such warts may have different shapes: Flat, elongated or cauliflower, appearing in the genital and anal areas.
For the correct diagnosis, The doctor will perform a pelvic exam. The prescribed treatment should be followed by the affected and their sexual partners person. When warts are small it is usually prescribed podofilina (resin extract) in cream (during the treatment time must avoid sexual intercourse). In other cases it may be advisable surgical removal, cryotherapy technique (consisting remove warts freeze) or a laser.
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