. I want to ask. About venereal warts. Genital warts have been operated on as much as 2x but still growing. Is there a solution to do with it again, please explain. Thank you
Hello Wajhatul Laila, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Genital warts or lumps around the genital area are usually caused by papillomavirus (HPV) virus. The spread of genital warts occurs through sexual intercourse, whether vaginal, oral or anal. This virus can also be transmitted by direct contact with direct contact with your own genitals and then touching your partner's genitals.
Previously it should be necessary to ensure that the diagnosis of warts is really genital warts or other diseases such as condyloma lata (warts due to syphilis), pearly penile papules, skin tags, infections of the skin or other diseases. It is best to consult directly with a dermatologist because you need information or a physical examination directly about your complaint. If it is genital warts, then action can be performed again such as excision, electrocauter, or with cryotherapy.
It is important to remember because the disease is caused by sexual intercourse, it is necessary to avoid risky sexual intercourse or to have safe sexual intercourse using a condom. You should also come to consult or treat complaints that are also found in your partner and for women it can be advisable to do a pap smear or early detection or screening for cervical cancer.
Hopefully this information can be useful for you,