“Warts are the fleshy bumps raised on the skin due to a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). Though these extra growths are not life-threatening but are ugly and highly contagious. Depending on the area of the body where these growths are developed warts are classified into different type’s namely Common warts, Flat warts, filiform warts, Genital warts, plantar warts, and periungual warts. Control these embarrassing warts effectively with Constitutional Homeopathy at Homeocare International.”― Homeocare International
What HPV is?
Genital warts are brought about by the HPV which is human papillomavirus and genital warts are available on the private parts and butt and this is a kind of viral disease and may likewise cause malignancy. It is the most widely recognized kind of rapidly transmitted ailment.
What are the Signs and Symptoms of Genital Warts?
It is a disease found in both men and women and also spreads due to sexual intercourse. The signs and symptoms of the genital warts are given below:
- Small, brown or pink color swelling in your genital area
- Cauliflower shaped warts
- Bleeding with intercourse
Major Causes of Genital Warts
It is the most common sexually transmitted disease and it spreads from one person to another during intercourse and there are more than 40 strains that affect your genital area. This is not easily visible in its initial stages but, surely, is transmitted through the sexual contact. So, if you have genital warts you need to avoid sexual contact with anyone to keep them safe and if your partner has them avoid sexual contact until they recover completely to avoid developing this disease.
There are the most common risk factors that make you more prone to genital warts development that we discussed here:
- Weak immune system
- Under the age of 30
- Have a history of child abuse
- Virus transfer from pregnant women to baby
- Having multiple sex partners
- Having another sexually transmitted disease
Genital warts cause some serious complications and also give birth to some other dangerous diseases like cancer. Women face more problems than men. During pregnancy, this virus has the capability of being transmitted to a baby as well.
Make sure you take care of yourself while you decide to come into sexual contact because that is the major contributor to the transmission of STDs. Here we are discussing some preventive measures for genital warts which include:
- Limit your sexual partners
- Use condoms whenever you having a sex
- Avoid sex if you are suffering from any sexually transmitted disease
Genital warts can be treated by the vaccine and the vaccine is easily available in the market that you can get to cure genital warts on the prescription of a registered health care practitioner. The doctor may also prescribe you the following medicines named as:
- Podophyllum and podofilox
- Trichloroacetic acid
- Sine catechins
These help in faster recovery and stopping the HPV from spreading further on your genitals.