How To Deal With Lumps Like Warts On The Neck?
I find out what digoogle meat warts like what turned out to be like my aunt’s neck, I was confused and some articles that I read said that it was dangerous could be life threatening and had to remove the uterus as well. Can it not be treated with herbs or herbal plants because my aunt has a weak heart and heartburn sufferers should I have surgery and is it so dangerous that a meat wart can threaten someone’s life? Please, my doctor is a high school student, please help me, how do I not have the cost of our poor family and my family does not get KIS
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, a few things:
First, not all lumps in the neck are caused by warts. Lumps in the neck can appear due to other skin enlargement, for example due to folliculitis, acne, skin tags, nevus, keloids, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. In addition to lumps that originate from the skin, lumps in the neck can also arise due to enlargement of other tissues, such as lymphadenopathy (swollen lymph nodes), swollen thyroid gland, swollen parotid glands, and so on.
Second, if it is true that a lump on your aunt's neck appears because of warts, the warts themselves have many types. Most often, warts that appear on the skin of the neck are a type of common warts. Warts like this are very low potential to kill them. These warts occur due to infection with the HPV virus. There are various strains of the HPV virus, and not all of them will cause warts. HPV virus infection also plays a role in triggering various other diseases, for example genital warts and cervical cancer. Among the diseases caused by infection with the HPV virus, the most potentially deadly is cervical cancer, not warts. There is no relation between warts and surgical removal of the uterus.
Third, diagnosing the cause of a lump, including a lump in the neck, is not as easy as just doing internet surfing or online consulting like this. First, you need to take your aunt to the doctor or dermatologist so that the cause of the lump can be correctly identified through a proper examination, for example physical examination, biopsy, and so on. In this way too, the right handling can be determined. So, don't worry too much, okay?
Fourth, it is not always a lump in the neck that needs to be treated with costly procedures. There are also lumps in the neck that are categorized as fair or benign, so that it does not require special treatment other than observation. However, even if your aunt is constrained in accessing health facilities because of costs, it is better if you bring her to a government-owned health facility so that the best solution is provided.
Hope this helps ...