Burning, itching, redness of the Genitals area?! What Has Happened?
This question you asked yourself at least once in your life, surely you have not had a response...Fear, worry, and a sense of shame you were forced to pass to itself, without the knowledge of parents, partners, comrades. The problem was only yours and you chose the time, place and manner to seek advice on how to tingling, itching, and redness as soon pass and that all goes well... And if you would be so, and what if it does complicate?
If you were incredibly lucky that this is not another virus or bacteria, such as Trichomonas Vaginalis, Candida Albicans, Gonorrhea or Syphilis, God forbid, then you needed medical attention.
Sexually transmitted HPV infection is caused by HPV. Human papillomavirus is the name for a family of viruses that includes more than 100 different genetic types (genotypes). It’s best known as causative agents of warts on the skin. More than 30 types of these viruses is transmitted during sexual intercourse and they can infect the genitals of men and women: the skin of the penis, vulva (area around the vagina), and area around the anus, the mucous membrane of the vagina, cervix (cervical), and uterus. Most infected individuals have no symptoms and their bodies can successfully solve infection by it's own defense mechanisms.
Some of the sexually transmitted HPV types can cause benign genital warts and these are called "low risk types". Other types can cause cervical cancer and therefore are referred to as of "high risk types".
WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GENITAL HPV INFECTION?
The most important complication of HPV infection is the possibility of cervical cancer for women infected with high-risk type. HPV infection of low risk types is of no importance, unless it cause the appearance of genital warts. These changes are benign, visible and they can be removed, we strongly recommend Altsberglotion Warts and Corns Removal is very successfully and with no contraindications, solves this problem, ferever. Pure essential oils Natural formula, made by Recipe of Highlanders over the centuries.
Genital HPV infection is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the world.
It is estimated that at least 50% of sexually active women and men receive in their lifetime genital HPV infection. It is estimated that the most sexually active women become infected with the virus at the age of 20 to 24 years, while after 40 years of age decreases the number of infected women.
HOW DO PEOPLE GET GENITAL HPV INFECTION?
HPV types which infect genital area are transferred primarily through sexual contact. Most of HPV infections do not cause interference to or any signs of infection and therefore most of infected persons are unaware of their own infection. Nevertheless, they can transmit the virus to their sexual partner. The ability of the virus is such that it can remain in the infected cells for several years. After long time the virus can be spontaneously eliminated by the bodys own defense mechanisms. A person of any age can be re-infected after having sex with an infected partner.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF GENITAL HPV INFECTION?
Most people who have a genital HPV infection do not know they are infected. The virus is located in the cells of the skin or mucous membranes and usually do not cause any symptoms. For some people visible genital warts (condyloma) show up several weeks or months after sexual contact with an infected person. These are single or numerous rosy bumps of different sizes and shapes in the area around the vagina, the cervix, or on the penis.
IS THERE A CURE FOR HPV?
In addition to modern methods of treatment of HPV that involve laser treatment (expensive and unreliable) then chriotherapy (freezing genital warts with liquid nitrogen) and other alternative treatments There is no cure for HPV infection. Unlike other methods of genital warts treatment, Altsbergloion - Warts and Corns Removal, guarantees the permanent removal of genital warts without recurrence and side effects. Fortunately, we strongly recommend Altsberglotion Warts and Corns Removal which successfully treats this modern disease.
HOW DOES ONE CUT THE RISK OF GENITAL HPV INFECTION
Sexual intercourse is one of the most common and unavoidable forms of contact among people and the risk of sexually transmitted HPV infection can not be removed completely. Still, the most successful way of preventing the infection is a long-term, mutually monogamous relationship of partners who are not infected. However, as for women there are no reliable diagnostic tests to detect HPV infection, such tests do not exist for men. The risk of genital HPV infection can be reduced by reducing the number of sexual partners. The effect the use of condoms in prevention of HPV infection is not known, but it is considered that the protection is not complete since HPV can be found in areas which are not covered a condom.