(What is Human Papillomavirus (HPV

Human papillomavirus is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases
The virus can spread and spread through skin contact
Human papillomas have many different types

Some types of the virus lead to genital warts that make them less risky, and others lead to cervical cancer
Which they call high risk

There are no known treatments for genital wart virus and cervical cancer

But there are vaccines that can protect you against some of these types of viruses

What is Genital Warts

Genital warts are skin appendages that occur in the groin, genital area, or around the anus
These cutaneous lesions can vary in size and shape
Some of them look like flat white spots, and others appear as small clumps of cauliflower
In some cases, the genital wart is not visible to the eye

What causes HPV and genital warts

HPV is a virus

Certain types of the virus can cause genital warts

And some of them cause abnormal changes in cervical cells and cervical cancer

Human papillomavirus and genital wart can be transmitted through sexual contact to a healthy person

They are considered to be sexually transmitted diseases

Diagnosis of genital warts and genital papillomavirus

The doctor can often diagnose genital warts with a clinical examination and observation of the genital area and around the anus
Your doctor may ask questions about your symptoms as well as risk factors such as unprotected sex or anything else that may increase the risk of genital warts
In some cases, your doctor will take a sample of the genital wart for a test

In the case of women, if their Pap smear test is abnormal, the doctor will prescribe an HPV test

Prevention of genital warts and HPV

To prevent genital warts or other STDs, be sure to

Use condoms. Condoms may reduce the risk of transmission and spread of the genital wart virus, but keep in mind that during sexual intercourse other parts of the virus infected may also come in contact and lead to genital wart disease

Avoid high-risk sexual intercourse, but if you do, talk about sexually transmitted diseases. Make sure your partner is not at risk of developing sexually transmitted diseases. Keep in mind that a person may have genital warts without knowing it

If you have any symptoms of STDs, avoid having sex

Avoid sex with people who have symptoms of STDs or may be exposed to STDs

Avoid having a sexual partner outside the norm. Having more than one sexual partner can increase the risk of genital warts

If you are 5 years or younger you can use the HPV vaccine. Cervarix and Gardasil vaccines protect you against two types of HPV viruses that cause cervical cancer, Gardasil also protect you against two other types of HPV viruses that cause genital warts. Slow


Like many sexually transmitted diseases, HPV does not always have visible symptoms. But when symptoms appear, warts develop around the genital area

Genital warts are transmitted through sexual activity, including the mouth, vagina, and anus. You may start warts a few weeks or months after sex with genital warts

Genital warts are not always visible to the human eye. They may be very small and pale or slightly darker. Their growth may resemble cauliflower; they may appear as a wart cluster or just a wart

Even if you can't see genital warts, they may have symptoms such as

Have vaginal discharge and vaginal itching and bleeding and burning
If the genital warts are enlarged or enlarged

This can be uncomfortable or even painful. Genital warts occur inside and outside the vagina, on the cervix or around the anus. Men's genital warts also appear on the penis tip, penis body, testicles, or around the anus. Some people also have genital warts in the throat or mouth. These people have oral sex with the person with the infection

In women

The various forms of genital warts that affect women may occur in and around the vagina, anus, or near the cervix. Often, warts are too small to see. Warts in the vagina or anus can cause discomfort, but they may not have any other symptoms

There are two out of three cases of genital warts near the genitals
One of the three cases is genital warts inside the vagina
One of the three is between the vagina and the anus
One of the four is around the anus
One in ten cases is on the cervix
One in twenty-five cases is in the urethra

Genital warts in men

In men, genital warts are not as common as women. They often appear at the tip of the penis

But there are also around the anus
Especially when the virus is transmitted through anal sex

Most types of warts appear between one and three months after infection

If you think you are infected, you should check to avoid complications and prevent transmission of the infection

In about half of the cases, the genital warts appear on the penis

In one of the three cases, the genital wart is around the anus
In one in ten cases of genital warts, there is a penile head
In one in ten cases, genital warts are found in the urethra
In one of the twelve cases, the genital wart is subcutaneous
In about one in three hundred cases, the genital wart is located between the anus and the testicles
In one out of a hundred cases, the genital warts are located on the testes

in pregnancy

Genital warts can cause problems in pregnant women

Especially if the warts are growing or it is difficult or painful to urinate

In addition, warts can threaten the health of mothers during childbirth
Because they make it more difficult to stretch the tissues
For example, the mother may need cesarean section


In most cases, genital warts are caused by the HPV virus

There are 30 to 40 types of HPV that specifically affect the reproductive organs

But only a few of them cause genital warts

The HPV virus is highly transmissible through skin-to-skin contact
That is why they are considered to be sexually transmitted diseases

In fact, genital warts are very common

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says most sex workers receive it in some cases
However, the virus does not always lead to complications such as genital warts

In fact, in most cases, the virus stays in the body without any problems

Genital warts are caused by a type of HPV
It is different from the types that cause warts in the hands or other parts of the body
Warts cannot spread from one's hand to the genitals, and vice versa

Ways of transmission

According to gynecologists, childbirth and infertility, all married young women must undergo a Pap smear test every two years with a gynecologist
Unfortunately, in our society, diseases of the uterus, ovaries and cervix have become more prevalent recently, and the cause is more unawareness
For example, people do not know that genital wart virus is transmitted from person to person through intercourse
And that's why they don't have enough protection against it
Most sexually transmitted diseases, such as hepatitis or AIDS, can be prevented with condoms
The only sexually transmitted disease with a condom is genital warts
Which is very common in Iran today

This widespread outbreak can have two main causes

First, women do not have enough knowledge to protect themselves against the disease

Second, they ignore the best way to prevent the disease, which is vaccination


Vaccination is the best way to prevent it
Doctors believe the vaccine is best for those 12 to 14 years old

Of course, it is also permissible to be injected up to 39 years of age

Even after the age of 39, its performance will decline
These vaccines are currently uninsured and the price of the vaccine is expensive , approximately 400,000 USD

The patient should receive 3 full doses of these vaccines
One dose is injected and two months later the second dose and 6 months later the third dose is given


The genital wart virus is divided into two types

Low-risk genital warts, which mean the risk of cervical cancer, are low

Or high-risk genital warts, which means you are more likely to have cervical cancer

These two types of viruses are diagnosed by a gynecologist with a vaginal examination or Pap smear test
People in the high-risk group for cervical cancer should undergo a Pap smear test and should be colonoscopic and oncologist-monitored

And people with low-risk cervical cancer should be vaccinated earlier so they don't get the other

Differential Diagnosis

Your doctor will perform the following tests to diagnose genital warts or other STDs

Examine the bumps to ensure the disease

Use mild acetic acid solution (vinegar) to highlight small warts

Complete pelvic exam and Pap smear for women

Specialized HPV testing of cervical tissue biopsy (if abnormal pap smear or abnormality) to ensure that abnormal cells that are associated with HPV infection or cervical cancer are absent
Cervical biopsy involves sampling a small portion of cervical tissue and examining it under a microscope

Examination of the anal and anal warts For diagnosis in women, it is recommended that female patients be referred to a gynecologist for further and more accurate examinations

Treatment in common medicine

Unfortunately, there is no definitive cure for common medicine

And no treatment can eliminate the HPV virus that causes genital warts

Your doctor can treat warts with laser treatment, freezing or chemicals

Surgery is required for warts that are large and hard to treat
However, they are still likely to return

You can use the cryo (cervical freeze) or cutter (burn) method
Of course, the most common type of treatment is medication

Prescribed by a gynecologist, the patient uses a topical cleanser with an ear and these warts are quickly removed
In fact, it is not visible from the outside of the wart but the entire vagina or uterus may be full of warts and not visible
Or not seen at all and only exist in the form of latent virus and later recur
A disease that has a genital wart will last a lifetime for the virus

And as a carrier it can carry the virus

Treatment in homeopathic medicine

Genital warts are completely treatable in homeopathic medicine and can even kill the virus in the body

The homeopath physician will diagnose and prescribe the appropriate medicine by examining the patient's history

And the patient will take the prescribed medication as prescribed by the homeopath

Warts and other symptoms of the patient disappear within a short period of time without any residual effects

The virus also disappears at this time and the person can have a healthy sex without having to worry about the virus being transmitted

Tips for Affected People to Observe

Keep this area as dry as you can

Wear all cotton underwear

Plastic fabrics stimulate the area and retain moisture

What happens if left untreated

Unfortunately, HPV infection can increase the risk of cervical, rectal, and penile cancer

But not all types of the virus are associated with cancer