Cautions and knowledge after treatment of HPV
Treatment of virus or papillary talul/ genital warts:
- Drug treatment with a solution or cream.
- Using coagulation, laser, or cooling with a specific solution where the talul/ warts are removed from the area in it.
Treatment is not limited to using only medications or removing them directly. It must be followed up for re-examination 4-6 weeks immediately after the treatment. Then, another follow-up is needed after 3-6 months. In case of recurrences, a follow-up must be completed to 12 months after the first treatment.
There are several criteria and diagnostic methods for each case depending on the location of the warts, whether it is inside the urethra or inside the anus or cervix. There are accurate examinations and certain criteria that must be followed according to medical references.
There are certain tips for the partner, husband, or wife. In the case one of the parties has been diagnosed with Condylomata acuminata, the second party must be examined and given treatment at the same time. It is not recommended for intimate relationship during the first period until the disease has faded. Exact instructions must be followed completely. In case of contact, wearing a condom is highly recommended.
According to the European and American reference, there are tips for giving vaccinations in some cases to increase the body strengthening of warts. Two main types of vaccinations that are known as Gardasil® and Gardasil® 9 which contains more preventive numbers from the types of HPV.
At the end of this educational post, I would like to inform that most cases exist as a result of direct contact during intimate relationships, but recent studies have proven that there is also transmission other than direct sexual contact. Studies have shown that transmission is possible by hand or through an equipment that has been used in examining in the sexual area