Warts On The Testicles After Intercourse Are At Risk?
Good luck … a month ago I had risky sex with a prostitute using condoms. in my testicles bag there is a small number of warts 1 shape is not like genital warts in general like HPV / cauliflower disease in general, my question is, whether having sex with the risk of using a condom can also be infected with HPV disease, and whether warts that are in the scrotum I have HPV disease? r nIs it dangerous for my health, because I do not experience health problems from these warts …? r nThank you
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Genital warts are human papilloma virus (HPV) infections that occur in the genital area. Manifestations of genital warts are excessive cell growth in the skin around the genitals (penis, scrotum, or vulva), pubis, perineal and groin.
One form is condyloma akuminata. Symptoms of condyloma are skin-colored lumps in the genital area, which can be shaped like cauliflower, painless and not itchy.
The level of effectiveness of condoms in theory reaches 98% if used correctly and consistently. The correct and consistent use of condoms can reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections and HIV and provide maximum protection. Consistent in this context means using a condom from beginning to end every time you have sex.
Correct condom use includes:
- Use a new condom every time you have sex.
- Use a condom as soon as possible when erect and before sexual contact.
Condoms sometimes fail to prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted infections and HIV because of improper and inconsistent use.
In general, the failure of condom use is due to 2 factors, namely condom factor (non-standard manufacture, incorrect storage and improper size) and user factor (improper holding method, excessive pressure during intercourse). Correct use of condoms and quality condom material reduces the risk of failure to use condoms to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted infections and HIV.
Carry out further tests with a genital dermatologist so that the condition you are complaining about right away and the treatment plan according to the cause.
Avoid sexual intercourse until you treat until the complete complaint at this time. Also try to be loyal to only one sexual partner and use condoms correctly when having risky sexual intercourse to prevent the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections and HIV.
That's all, hope you can help
Wassalam, Dr. Farah