Overcoming Warts On The Right Genitals?
, one time I donated blood at one of the pmi branches, during the night of fasting I was a donor, then a year later I was a donor again when I wanted a donor, brother who worked at pmi told me that my brother had to consult the central pmi he said, there was something in your blood. , when I consulted at the blood check after 3 then I went to PMI again to see the results of my blood test, the dorter said there I had to see the doctor who was in the general hospital in my area to bring my blood check letter, so when I got home sick the doctor said we were infected with a virus he said there was a virus in your blood, I saw the letter because I was a layman I didn’t know what virus was, after that I went and until now I haven’t treated it, before this incident I don’t remember the feeling of warts it was already there but I was not aware and I thought it was normal, then it was awkward in my head and I also borows on the internet, it turns out that warts are dangerous, I ask for advice if I buy o bat that denature genital warts can cure the virus in my blood and the warts on my genitals?
Thank you for the question.
Genital warts are a venereal disease that is transmitted through sexual contact. This disease is characterized by a lump or growth of flesh in the genital area and around the genitals. The cause is the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Not everyone who is infected with this virus will develop genital warts. The virus that causes genital warts is the same virus that causes cervical cancer in women.
Genital warts come in several forms:
condyloma acuminata. In this situation the genital warts will cluster to form a cauliflower. papular. The flesh grew like a pimple. keratotic. Genital warts are thickened. flat. sometimes encountered genital warts that are flat with a slight elevation on the surface and are rough. Genital warts are not fatal to the sufferer. Genital warts can also grow in the mouth or throat area due to variations in sexual intercourse.
Until now there is no treatment to kill or remove the virus that causes genital warts from the blood. Some people with genital warts have symptoms only once in their lifetime, but others will experience a recurrence.
The treatment for genital warts is divided into 2 ways:
topically using ointments, creams, or liquids filled with certain chemicals. ablation by cutting or excision, cryotherapy, and laser How to prevent genital warts:
HPV vaccination does not change partners using condoms every time you have sex consumption of a balanced and healthy diet. Other viruses that can be detected when donating blood hepatitis and HIV. Even these viruses can be transmitted through blood transfusions.
You should consult your doctor again about the virus in your blood. The problem of genital warts that you are experiencing, you can consult with a Dermatologist.
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono