Duration Of Genital Warts Surgery And The Effects After Surgery?
Does genital wart surgery take a long time? r nI have checked in Sp. The word said it must be surgery r nAnd what are the effects after the operation? r nThank you in advance
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Genital warts refer to diseases caused by infection with the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), especially types 6 and 11. These infections cause the appearance of masses around the genitals that are small, pale grayish in color, and can gather together to resemble a cauliflower. . This mass can also cause an uncomfortable sensation, itching, and bleed easily when you experience excessive friction, for example during sexual intercourse. This infection is very susceptible to occur in those who are accustomed to having risky sex, for example having sex with people who have no clear sexual history, changing sexual partners, and not wearing condoms.
Treatment of genital warts can initially be done with a conservative method, namely by administering topical drugs. However, if the size of the wart is very large, or if conservative measures can no longer treat the wart, then a surgical procedure can be performed. This operation can be done with several procedures, including:
Freeze surgery (cryotherapy)
Each of these surgical techniques requires a different duration of the procedure. For example, frozen surgery can be performed by applying liquid nitrogen to the genital warts for about 10 to 20 seconds. However, how long it takes to perform genital wart surgery can vary greatly depending not only on the type of surgery being performed, but also on the size of the warts and what part of the body the warts are affected. Therefore, it is the operating doctor who best understands this.
Genital wart removal surgery is generally a safe procedure and rarely causes serious side effects. However, some of the surgical procedures above can trigger postoperative pain or swelling around the genitals. In addition, in some people, genital wart surgery can also leave the formation of scar tissue which is quite annoying and difficult to remove.
It is better if you consult directly with a dermatologist and genitalia specialist regarding the best management to treat your disease.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah