Pointed condylomas in men, and their removal in Odessa
The appearance of pointed condylomas is an unmistakeable sign of the presence of papillomavirus infection of the genitals in the body of men. Previously it was believed that this infection is transmitted only through sexual contact, but at the moment it is established that the virus can be transmitted easily from mother to child during pregnancy, childbirth, and also breast-feeding. In addition, there is a high probability of transmission of HPV through household items and blood.
In the human body, the papillomavirus spreads through the blood and is fixed in the epithelium cells of the genital organs and anus. After some time, the virus is built into DNA cells, disrupting their work. The infected HPV cell begins to increase, resulting in the appearance of papillomas and condylomas.
Manifestation of pointed condylomas
Condylomas are very small formations, the size of which is only a few millimeters. However, condylomas can be quite a lot, which causes a lot of discomfort in an intimate life. Specialists are aware of cases when there were so many condylomas that they completely covered the genitals, perineum and anus of the man. It is strictly forbidden to remove condylomas independently as in their place ulcers are formed, which do not heal well and constantly bleed.
A man who has a papillomavirus infection in his body is prone to infection with other sexually transmitted diseases (ureaplasmosis, trichomoniasis, chlamydia, etc.). This virus is often accompanied by an impressive “set” of sexually transmitted diseases. That is why if you find at least one condyloma or papilloma, you should immediately contact a specialist. Only an urologist will help remove these formations and prescribe adequate and effective treatment.
Diagnostics and therapy of condylomas in Odessa
An experienced and qualified specialist can easily recognize condyloma by appearance alone. Nevertheless, for the final diagnosis it is necessary to detect the DNA of the virus in the human blood, and therefore it is important to conduct an examination. In addition, the doctor must necessarily examine the urogenital microflora of a man. This is necessary in order to rule out the presence of other causative agents of sexually transmitted diseases in the patient’s body.
Currently, there are no medications that can destroy the papillomavirus, so treatment of this disease consists of a course of immunocorrective therapy and direct removal of condylomas and papillomas.
In the medical center “ON Clinic Odessa”, such neoplasms are removed by radio waves which is one of the most effective, safe and absolutely painless methods. After such removal of condylomas, there is no bleeding, the wound heals in a few days, and there are no scars and cicatrices on the skin.
Specialists emphatically do not recommend self-diagnostics and treatment of HPV. First, with the removal of condylomas, the patient can damage healthy tissues or confuse the formation with some other disease, for example, a malignant tumor. Secondly, if a person determines the dosage of drugs incorrectly, he can cause irreparable harm to his body. That is why it is better to visit immediately the specialists of “ON Clinic” and entrust them the treatment of HPV. Today men of Odessa can make an appointment and get rid of this unpleasant disease in the shortest possible time! Be healthy!