Papillomas of the genitals

Discomfort in the groin with genital papillomas

Genital papilloma is a highly contagious disease that requires mandatory treatment. A genital papilloma is similar to a neoplasm that develops on the surface of the mucous membrane and on the skin of this organ. In addition to this localization, neoplasms can spread to other parts of the human body. The development of the virus is chronic.

Genital papillomas can enter the body in several ways:

  • during unprotected sex;
  • In close contact with the infected person in the everyday sense.

This disease, like many other viral infections, has its own incubation period, which lasts from one month to one year.

On the surface, papilloma may look like a normal wart, but it is not difficult to tell. These types of neoplasms have a flat or mushroom shape.

Genital papillomas are almost always the result of sexual transmission of the virus. Papillomas of the head can be not only the site of localization of the disease, but also the appearance of neoplasms on the surface of the corpus callosum or in the mouth.

Typical symptoms of genital papilloma

This type of viral disease is very dangerous. Papillomas of the penis, which cause a recurrent condition, can pose a serious threat to the patient's health and life, and these neoplasms can even progress to early stage cancer.

Surgical removal of papillomas from the penis

Because the presence of genital papillomas raises concerns among doctors about cancer, treatment should be started immediately at the first sign. The risk of developing this disease is high, so the fight against papilloma must be very effective and radical.

The process of degeneration is localized in the inner layer of the pine skin or epithelium of the scalp itself. The symptoms and methods of dealing with the disease are the same in both cases.

The sequence of tumor transformation is as follows:

  1. Phimosis occurs (if left untreated, the disease progresses to a severe stage);
  2. Concentration of smegma is observed in the area of the cochlea (moreover, the entry of urine into this area accelerates the development of the tumor and further causes infection);
  3. The next stage is inflammation of the head and flesh;
  4. Once the erosion begins, the doctor will diagnose genital papilloma and it will turn into cancer.

Methods of treatment

Consult a specialist in vaginal papillomas

Complete eradication of papilloma in the penis is its eradication. Laser and radiotherapy are used. Cryosurgery is more effective, removal with a scalpel, sometimes using chemicals or medications (cytotoxic drugs).

The most effective of the above methods is radioactive surgery, which has a high level of safety, painlessness and accuracy. As a result of this operation, no scars or scars remain on the body.

When dealing with papilloma, do not forget about its origin. The use of antiviral drugs is not excessive. They not only provide excellent support to the body's immune system, but also have a significant effect on the level of the virus in the blood and reduce its number.

Papilloma is a very insidious disease that is completely asymptomatic for a long time without any external manifestations. Neither young people nor the elderly are left without patients; This disease is common in both.

The longest course of drug treatment is the most intense stress perceived by the body, which reduces the effectiveness of the immune system, as well as infectious diseases that can exacerbate the disease.