What is HPV

Understand what is HPV is very important if you want to remove your warts. Warts are small growths which raised above the surface of the skin. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is a group of more than 100 related virus. Each one of them is labelled with a number and is the cause of specific kinds of warts. For example, HPV types 1, 2 and 4 are the cause of plantar warts whereas types 6, 11, 30 and 51 are the cause of genital warts. 

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Infections from the human papillomavirus are very common. They are usually not harmful or painful if treated in time. HPV infections can go away within 8 to 12 months, but there is a huge downside in waiting for them to pass. Since warts are very contagious once they form, it is very easy for them to spread from one part of your body to another or even to infect other people. This is why you should always remove them as soon as they manifest to prevent further contamination. 

How do you get HPV?

The HPV virus is transmitted from person to person through physical or indirect contact with an infected person or an infected object. The places where it is more likely to get the virus are swimming pools, public showers and bathrooms. In the case of genital warts the easiest way is through any kind of unprotected sexual activity (vaginal, anal and oral). For this reason I strongly suggest you always use protection, especially if you have intercourse with a new partner. 

Usually, the virus enter inside the body through cuts or damages on the skin. For example, if you have the habit to bite your fingernails you are exposing your hands to a high risk of infection. Cuts from shaving also provide an opening for infection. This is why men have often warts on the face and women on the legs. To avoid any possible self-contamination, a recommendation I want to give you is to always wash your hands if you happen to touch accidentally one of your warts. This will make sure from you won’t spread the virus on other areas of your body.

HPV symptoms and treatment

The main symptom of a HPV infection is the formation of warts on your skin. First you are going to experience itch and pain in the area. After few days, you will notice a tiny growth on the skin with small black dots in it. You should know that these are clotted blood vessels, a common characteristic of warts. It is very important to not mistake this black dots for blackheads or pimples, because differently from these warts are very contagious. To be sure you have developed a wart, keep in mind that warts are:

  • raised hard growth on the skin
  • rough to the touch 
  • present small black dots

Since warts are very contagious, it is always better to treat them immediately. Therapies that doctors usually suggest for their removal are laser surgery, cryotherapy, surgical excision or electrocautery. All of these procedure are used to remove your warts from the skin and in most of the cases they are not only costly but also very painful. The biggest problem with them is that they can only remove warts but not the virus which has caused them. This means that the human papillomavirus will remain inside your body and develop new warts only after some time.

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Planters Warts

Planters warts are small growths that develop on the bottom of the foot after an infection from HPV, the human papillomavirus. This virus can easily penetrate inside the body through cuts, breaks or wounds on your feet. You will immediately know when you start developing them since they are usually very visible and create a lot of discomfort when walking. In most of the cases, they do not represent a serious health concern but because of the place where they grow, it is always better to remove them before they create further complications. 

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Symptoms and transmission of plantar warts

Planters warts are small, hard growths which develop on the ball or the heel of the foot. The most common symptoms are the thickening of the skin and a painful sensation in the point where the warts are growing. When they are fully formed you will notice a tiny growth on your skin with small black dots in it. These black dots are clotted blood vessels and a clear characteristic of warts. Another characteristic is the virus that causes their formation: the HPV. This virus is transmitted from person to person through direct or indirect contact. Contrary to other types of warts, such as genital warts, planters warts are commonly transmitted through indirect contact.

The most common way to get infected is to walk barefoot in public places like locker rooms, showers or swimming pools and in the case of children, playgrounds also. This is why I suggest you always wear flip-flops when you walk in public places and to make sure your children always wear shoes when they are playing outside especially in public areas. Every person reacts differently to an infection from HPV. It is possible, for example, that some are never going to show any symptoms while others will develop warts immediately or in a short period of time after the infection.

How to cure planters warts

Plantar warts can in some rare cases go away without any treatments. Generally, since they are painful and can create problem when walking they are removed. The treatments you can choose to remove planter warts are laser surgery, cryotherapy, surgical removal or over-the-counter medication. The surgical procedures are used in the worst cases when there is no other possibility and for the case of laser removal and cryotherapy, they are very costly since to remove completely the warts you will need more than one session. However, even if they are expensive, they can leave you at the end of the treatment with scars.

Topical medication are an alternative to surgical procedures and they are used to peel the layers of the skin until the warts is removed. As you can imagine this treatment can take a very long time to show results. What you may not know is that these type of medication most of the time do not work since the warts will be too hard to be peeled off. In addition to all of this you should know that even if you successfully find a way to remove your warts, they can always come back until you don’t find a way to eradicare also the HPV from your body.

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Condyloma Acuminatum

Condyloma acuminatum is the medical term for genital warts, which are a skin infection that affects the genital area. As the other type of warts, they are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and spread through skin-to-skin contact of private parts or through the share of infected body fluids. Both men and women are affected but women are more exposed to complication since their reproductive system is more internal. Condyloma acuminatum can infect people of any age and they are more frequent among people aged 17-33. Genital warts are very widespread and they are the most common sexually transmitted disease.

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Symptoms and transmission of condyloma acuminatum

Condyloma acuminata are small growths that resemble a cauliflower and occur mostly on the penis, perineum, perineal area, vagina, vulva and cervix. They can cause itching, burning and discomfort but in some cases they can have no symptoms. Genital warts are transmitted through sexual activities also without penetration. You should know that it is possible that the virus will infect the area of the mouth (lips, tongue, throat) if there is oral sexual contact with an infected partner.

If you have been infected with condyloma acuminata it is very important to stop immediately all sexual activities until the warts are removed completely. Using a condom can reduce the risk of transmission but do not assure complete prevention. You have just learned that it is possible to transmit the virus also through oral sex. This means that even if you use always protection you should be very careful to not transmit the virus or be infected with it.

How is condyloma acuminatum treated?

There are a variety of treatments to choose from when you have been infected with condyloma acuminatum. The issue with all of them is that even if they are going to remove the warts, they are not going to eradicate the human papilloma virus which has caused them. Let’s see together what are the treatments that doctor usually prescribes:

  • Electrocautery – This process uses a direct or alternating current which passed through a medical probe to eliminate the warts. The heat that is generated is applied on the infected tissues and causes their destruction. Electrocautery is considered one of the most painful procedures to eliminate warts, so normally is used as a last resort.
  • Cryosurgery – This technique uses liquid nitrogen and its extreme cold to destroy warts. This procedure is not only very painful but may lead to sexual disfunction and scarring.
  • Laser treatment – This approach involves the use of a concentrated beam of light on the infected tissues which remove skin layer by layer. Laser treatments are quiete expensive and can cause bleeding and skin color changes.
  • Excision – With this technique the warts are literally cut off from the skin. The greatest risk of this procedure is the scarring.

All of the treatments above offers a possible solution to your problem. The area where they have to be applied is a very sensitive one. It is for this reason that you should be very careful when decide to undergo one of this procedure. As I mentioned earlier also you should keep in mind that all of these treatments can eliminate only the symptoms (the warts) but are not going to eradicate the cause. Even after having endured the pain and the cost, the virus will still be inside your body. This means your genital warts are going to occur again and you will still be able to infected other people.

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Human Papillomavirus

The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the virus that causes the growth of warts on the skin. There are more than a 100 different types of HPV and all of them can cause the manifestation of diverse form of warts.

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In most of the cases, when you get infected you will become aware of the infection only after some time. This is because at the beginning the body will not to show any visible symptom. Sometimes the virus can stay hidden for months or even for years before you’ll know that it is inside your body. When it is going to manifests, warts will develop on your skin in the point where the virus has entered in your body.

In the best-case scenario if you get infected with HPV, you will have to deal with the growth of flat warts. In the worst of the possible cases, you will have to deal with genital warts or oral warts. You have to be aware that, if not eradicated in time, the virus can lead to more dangerous diseases like cancer in places like the uterus, esophagus, anus, oral cavity or larynx.

Human Papillomavirus infection symptoms:

The Human Papillomavirus form as warts on the skin. At the beginning when the warts starts forming they can be mistaken for blackheads or pimples because of their look and of the itchiness of the area. Only when they are completely formed it will be possible to determine if you have been infected with HPV or not. In the case you get warts inside your mouth you will notice them as small withe growth and experience sore throat. Because of this sometimes are mistaken for throat patches. When the virus attacks the private parts it can cause the formation of genital warts which are going to produce itch and pain in the area.

Human Papillomavirus transmission:

The Human Papillomavirus is usually transmitted through physical contact with an infected person or touching and object or a surface previously infected. The most common places where the transmission is more likely are swimming pools, dressing rooms and showers (all places where you can get in contact with other people or others’ belongings). In the case of genital warts, unprotected sexual activities are the easiest way to get infected. Because of this I suggest using protections all the times. 

When infected with genital warts it is recommended to avoid any kind of sexual activities (vaginal and anal penetration or oral sex). Also, it is very important to avoid contacts between genital parts. This is because, it is possible to get infected also without penetration. Also you should always keep in mind that there is the possibility to get genital warts even if neither of the partners are not showing any sign of infection. This is because the virus may have not manifested yet.

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