Meat Grows On The Genital Lips In A 5 Month Pregnancy At The Age Of 30 Years?
Hello … r nI am nandra I am 30 years old, I am currently pregnant with my 2nd child. R nI want to ask, when I was 5 months pregnant, I realized that meat was growing under the lips of my vagina , at first it only felt sore when urinating and having sex with my husband. r nI tried to leave it until now my pregnancy was 7 years old, the growing flesh did not feel any pain, only he was getting bigger, as big as a wart . r nWhat is the influence of pregnancy / can this be called an infectious disease? r nDo there is a cure so that more meat is gone? r nThank you
Good evening, thanks for the question
Akuminata condyloma or also known as genital warts is a sexually transmitted infection caused by HPV that is often caused by types 6 and 11. Reproductive tract infections in pregnant women, especially those caused by sexually transmitted infections, can endanger the mother and baby.
HPV infection causes condyloma akuminata which is characterized by the presence of benign growth of skin layers in genitalia. Akuminata condyloma is almost always transmitted through sexual contact. The incubation period for HPV varies from 3 weeks to 8 months, with an average of 2-3 months after initial contact.
Patients complain of new lumps in genitalia that are sometimes accompanied by itching, heat, pain or bleeding. Most of the condyloma akuminata occur in the vaginal opening, pubic lips, perineum and the area around the anus in women. Genital warts can also be found on the cervix and vaginal walls in women. Patients with condyloma akuminata are also examined and treated for other infectious diseases. Sex partners must also be examined and treated for visible warts and other sexually transmitted infections.
Other possible diagnoses for warts around the genitals include skin tags, enlarged sebaceous glands, melanocytic nevus, seborrheic keratosis, or lichen planus.
Consult with your doctor so that you can do a physical or supportive examination such as acetic acid or tissue examination under a microscope.
Treatment options include cryotherapy, podophylline, trichloroacetic acid, excision, electrosurgery, interferon injection tailored to the patient's medical condition.
If it is definitely caused by a sexually transmitted infection, it is recommended to use a condom, not changing partners and avoiding risky sex. In addition, you will be advised to carry out the HPV vaccine.
So, hopefully it can be useful
Wassalam, Dr. Farah