at doctor’s night. I want to ask a question. rnI was diagnosed by a positive lecturer with anal condyloma. But there are freckles and spots on my back, stomach, legs, hands and hair. Do I have hib disease?rnrnWhen I get married, can my condyloma be transmitted to my wife? Thank you
Good evening, Marcelyno, thank you for your question
Previously did you state whether you had HIV or Hepatitis B?
Warts on the genitals or in the anal area is a sexually transmitted infection characterized by the appearance of small lumps of flesh around the genital or anal area. This disease is not accompanied by pain and does not endanger the patient, but what often occurs is that the patient is stressed because of an unsightly lump.
Warts in the anal and genital area are divided into condyloma acuminata and condyloma lata. Condyloma acuminata occurs due to infection with the human papilloma virus while condyloma lata occurs due to infection with treponema pallidum and is a manifestation of secondary syphilis.
Condyloma acuminata occurs as a result of infection with the human papilloma virus which is caused by skin-to-skin contact with sufferers through sexual intercourse. The risk factors for this infection are frequent changing of partners, unhygienic sexual relations and can also be through intermediaries, both sex toys (sex aids) that are exposed to the virus.
Symptoms of this disease are the discovery of warts in the shape of a cock's comb, which can become infected, so that sometimes it is accompanied by itching and pain. Genital warts are generally harmless and do not affect fertility rates, but sometimes they can cause psychological distress to sufferers. However, this disease can be transmitted to your partner.
HIV is an abbreviation for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. This virus can attack a person's immune system weakening the body's ability to fight infection and disease. The continuation of HIV is AIDS. AIDS is the final stage of HIV infection where the body is no longer able to fight infection.
HIV illness cannot be cured, the treatment that is often given is only to slow the progression of the disease. HIV infection itself does not cause someone to die, it's just other diseases that occur that cause someone with HIV sufferers called PLHIV to die. Diseases that often arise such as Pulmonary TB, Lymphoma, Kaposi Sarcoma etc.
The risk factors for this disease are:
- Like having sex with multiple partners, because it can spread the infection so that there is a meeting between the genital mucosa, especially if it is exposed to blood
- Drug users, especially injections
- Workers in the medical field
- Likes to wear tattoos, etc
The way HIV is spread is:
- Transmission through sexual intercourse or oral sex, especially having sex through the anus (anal sex)
- Transmission through the blood of someone who is suffering
- The use of sex aids simultaneously or alternately
- through blood transfusion from an infected person
- Using needles, injections or injection equipment alternately
- Transmission from mother to baby through childbirth and breastfeeding
Based on this, you are a group at risk for HIV. However, to be able to ascertain whether the complaint you are feeling is indeed condyloma acuminata or not and whether you are indeed infected with HIV, I suggest that you check with your doctor or the nearest genital skin specialist. The doctor will ask various things related to your complaint, do a physical examination on you and if necessary the doctor will carry out supporting examinations such as blood tests, Tzank examinations (detecting viral causes or not) or even syphilis serological examinations, and VCT can also be done if you are willing to detect whether you have HIV.
Treatment for your disease can be given drugs in the form of ointments, drops using cauterization. If accompanied by an infection after cauterization, an antibiotic ointment is given. The characteristics of warts that have healed are:
· There are no lumps · Not increasing · The color of the wart has turned black · And if this condyloma has healed, it will not result in re-infection. At the same time you are undergoing therapy from a doctor, you should be able to try these tips:
1. Avoid having sex outside of marriage 2. Be loyal to your partner, don't change partners 3. Eat nutritious food 4. Exercise regularly 5. Get enough rest 6. Take medicine and use it regularly according to the doctor's instructions.
May be useful
Regards, Dr. Diana