Treatment of viral or papillary/genital warts:
Drug treatment with a solution or cream
Coagulation, laser or cooling with a special solution, removing the warts from the affected area.
Treatment is not limited to the use of medication or direct removal of the warts. Immediately after the treatment, a follow-up examination must be done after 4-6 weeks. Another follow-up examination is then required after 3-6 months. In case of recurrence, a follow-up examination must be performed up to 12 months after the first treatment.
There are different criteria and diagnostic methods for each case, depending on where the warts are located, whether in the urethra, anus or cervix. There are precise examinations and certain criteria that must be followed according to the medical references.
There are certain tips for the partner, husband or wife. If one of the partners is diagnosed with condylomata acuminata, the second partner must be examined and treated at the same time. It is not recommended to have an intimate relationship during the first period until the disease has cleared. The exact instructions must be followed completely. In case of contact, wearing a condom is strongly recommended.
According to European and American reference, in some cases there are tips for vaccinations to increase the body’s resistance to warts. Two main types of vaccinations known as Gardasil® and Gardasil® 9, which contain more preventive numbers of the types of HPV.
At the end of this educational post, I would like to point out that most cases occur through direct contact during intimate relationships, but recent studies have proven that there are other routes of transmission than direct sexual contact. Studies have shown that transmission is possible through the hand or through a device used during sexual examinations