The Cause Of Warts On The Fingers Appears Again After Surgery?
Hello, I want to ask … 2013 then there was a wart on the finger at that time did not understand when it was plucked using a needle. But you don’t bleed. But because there are several warts on the fingers I finally went straight to the dermatologist at the hospital (Taiwan, I was working in Taiwan) The doctor injected one wart with Bahal medicine (maybe yes, I did not understand but it hurt so much that the tears dripped) then burned use fire with special tools. Maybe like a laser … 2 weeks the affected hands should not be exposed to water. TP several months later appeared again … finally to another hospital that was different. X, the treatment is sprayed with foam to blister … if I heard correctly, the Taiwanese doctor said that the warts that the virus is in the body cannot be removed permanently will definitely grow again depending on the susana of our hearts. (If I’m not mistaken, because I didn’t really understand Mandarin in the past) 6 years later, now I have appeared on my toes. Sweet toes u0026amp; the bottom of the pinkie was flat hard I thought the callus turned out to be a wart again. This time the treatment is only applied liquid medicine that can immediately make the skin blister white without pain. The question is why warts can grow even though they have been treated in Taiwan hospitals with good facilities. Is it true that it cannot be eliminated because the virus is already in the body …?
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HPV or human papilloma virus is a virus that causes warts, both genital warts and other body surfaces. The HPV virus has various variants of the virus, including HPV 1 and 2 causes of warts on the skin, HPV types 6 and 11 causes of genital warts, and HPV types 16, 18, 31, 33,35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 68, 73 and 82 are at risk of causing cervical cancer.
HPV virus can disappear by itself through the process of immunity / immune system itself. Some variants of the HPV virus that successfully enter the body can last a lifetime in a dormant / sleeping state and can cause serious symptoms or even not cause symptoms. However, when the body's immunity decreases, the virus can be active and cause symptoms and potentially transmit it to others.
Transmission can occur directly, through contact with diseased skin with normal skin.
Symptoms of HPV infection can generally improve without drug administration, but there are variants of the virus that are difficult to remove symptoms.
Because of the difficulty of treating the virus, so far the antivirus has not been given as a routine drug in the treatment of the disease. The specific antivirus for HPV is still being developed through scientific research and has not been given routinely as a treatment for viral infections.
Although some genital warts can disappear on their own, but some therapeutic treatments such as salicylic acid or other medical procedures such as cryotherapy, minor surgery, laser therapy or cauterization can help remove warts through direct supervision by a skin specialist.
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