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Specialty Treatment for Genital Warts - Human Papilloma Virus - HPV at Chennai, Tamilnadu, India

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Genital Warts - Human Papilloma Virus - HPV
Genital warts, caused by some types of HPV - Human Papilloma Virus, can appear on the skin anywhere in the genital area as white or flesh-coloured, smooth, small bumps, or larger, fleshy, cauliflower-like lumps.

Some facts
  • There are more than 100 different subtypes of HPV, and around 30 of them specifically affect the genitals.
  • Other HPV subtypes cause warts to grow on different parts of the body, such as the hands.
  • Not everyone infected with HPV will develop genital warts.
  • Some people will be infected with a strain that does not produce warts, or they will remain asymptomatic (i.e. no warts will appear), even though the virus is present in the skin or mucous membranes around the genital area, or on the cervix in women.
  • Those who do go on to develop genital warts will usually notice them 1 to 3 months after initial infection.

Symptoms of genital warts                                                                                 
  • Infected person may notice pinkish, white small lumps or larger cauliflower-shaped lumps on the genital area.
  • Genital warts can appear on or around the penis, the scrotum, the thighs or the anus.
  • In women genital warts can develop around the vulva or inside the vagina and on the cervix.
  • If a woman has warts on her cervix, this may cause slight bleeding or, very rarely, an unusual coloured vaginal discharge.
  • Warts may occur singly or in groups.
  • The warts may itch, but they are usually painless. Sometimes genital warts can be difficult to spot.
  • In severe cases, it is possible for genital warts to spread from the genitals to the area around the anus, even if anal intercourse has not occurred.
  • Occasionally, people can confuse skin problems caused by other STDs (such as genital herpes, syphilis or molluscum) with genital warts.
  • Some people may become very worried because they mistake perfectly normal and non-infectious lumps and bumps for genital warts.

Some conditions that may be confused with genital warts include:
Pearly penile papules
  • Small white or skin-coloured bumps that, when numerous, appear in a ring around the edge of the head of the penis. More rarely, similar papules may be found on the vulva.

  • Bright red or purple spots that look a little like blood blisters.

Sebaceous glands - also known as 'Fordyce spots'
  • Hard white, yellowish or skin-coloured little bumps that may be found all over the skin of the penis and scrotum in men, and the vulva in women. Sebaceous glands produce a substance called sebum, which keeps the skin healthy.

Pimples or spots
  • This Pimples or spots Caused by blocked sebaceous glands. Pimples and spots can form just as easily around the genital area as they do on the face, and may become sore and inflamed in a similar way.

All of the above are common, non-infectious skin manifestations that are not sexually transmitted.

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Mode of HPV infection
Genital HPV is transmitted by genital skin-to-skin contact, or through the transfer of infected genital fluids. This is usually during vaginal or anal sex, but it is also possible to pass it on through non-penetrative sexual activity.

If you have any symptoms or are worried you may have been infected with an STD, consult your doctor without any hesitation.

  • If you have genital warts, following these suggestions helps to protect your partner.
  • Use condoms when having sex. But remember that condoms will only prevent the transmission of genital warts if they cover the affected areas. Talk to your doctor for more advice on safer sex.
  • Keep your genitals clean and dry.
  • Don't use scented soaps and bath oils or vaginal deodorants, as these may irritate the warts.
  • Make sure that your partner has a check-up too, as they may have warts that they haven't noticed.

If you have any doubt about lumps and bumps on the genitals its good to consult the doctor without any hesitation.

Treatment for genital warts,
Symptomatic Homeopathy medicines help for HPV.

Whom to Contact for Genital Warts - Human Papilloma Virus – HPV, Homeopathy Treatment

Dr.Senthil Kumar Treats many cases of Genital Warts - Human Papilloma Virus - HPV. In his medical professional experience with successful results. Many patients get relief after taking treatment from Dr.Senthil Kumar.  Dr.Senthil Kumar visits Chennai at Vivekanantha Homeopathy Clinic Velachery Chennai 42. To get appointment please call or mail us.

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