HPV Infections are sexually transmitted diseases caused by Humani pagiloma virus – HPV.
What is Genital HPV Infection?
Genital HPV Infection is a sexually transmitted disease caused by human papillomavirus. The name refers to a group of viruses of more than 100 types, of which over 30 are sexually transmitted. In most cases infected with HPV, no symptoms will manifest, and the infection will pass by itself. Types of the virus that cause irregularities on the road test we call the types of high-risk virus. Infection with these types of virus can lead to the development of cervical cancer, as well as the genital organs. Other types of infection from the virus cause minor cytological irregularities in the pap test and we call them types of lower risk.
How do genital HPV infections arise?
Any person who has been in genital contact with a person suffering from HPV infection may be infected. This applies to both women and men equally, who can pass the infections to their partners, while not knowing they are infected. Rarely at birth HPV can be transferred from the mother to the child.
What are the symptoms and signs of HPV infections?
Most people who are carriers of the HPV virus do not know they are infected. The virus lives in the skin or mucous membrane and usually does not manifest symptoms. In some people it causes the appearance of sexually transmitted genital organs, which fortunately are less likely to cause cancer. They can occur up to several weeks and months after infection through sex.
How is HPV infection diagnosed?
In women HPV is diagnosed by the onset of abnormalities in the pap test. There are also specific tests to prove the presence of the virus in the body. There is still no evidence of HPV infection in men.
In Macedonia there is a Traditional Herbal Remedy VARUMIN – Oral solution, which helps in the treatment of HPV infections.
From previous investigations it is concluded that VARULIN has a favorable effect in the treatment of HPV lesions of high-risk type.