What are the symptoms of HPV?
HPV is a very dangerous infection caused by sexually transmitted and has a very fast spread rate. So, see your GP immediately if you have any signs of HPV that the cause can be investigated and appropriate treatment as soon as possible. But what are the symptoms and signs of HPV? Let’s take a look
Recognize HPV easily through symptoms
Surely, everyone knows, HPV is short for human papillomavirus. This type of virus after attacked into body will have the incubation period from 2 to 9 months before getting appeared. During this time, HPV have no obvious symptoms, so it is difficult to detect.
According to HengKang general clinic experts research, if the infection is not appear yet the treatment will be easy, highly effective and less expensive. Therefore, you have to pay close attention to be able to recognize the expression of the HPV as soon as it has not developed outside, specifically as follows:
*** The position of growing HPV:
HPV is transmitted through intimate skin-to-skin contact. You can get HPV by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has the virus. It is most commonly spread during vaginal or anal sex.
Male genital area: genital warts usually appear on the penis body, foreskin, glans, distal penis, urethral,…
Female genital area: for women HPV usually occur in labia minora, labia majora, vulva, vagina, some cases grow in the cervix…
The size of HPV warts
During the incubation period - the onset of the disease, the HPV warts are just tiny spot. Day by day the warts more developed and bigger. Maximum size of warts about 1-2mm.
The shape and color of the HPV warts:
At the first beginning HPV warts are just little acne, light pink, if it grows in mouth, it is red with white combined fluid, if it grows in the anus, it is pinkish white.
The warts contain pus, growing separately, rarely growing into large patches during this period. After getting appeared in a while they will formed like a crested chicken breeds or a cauliflower.
In this stage the lesions caused by the HPV warts are very small, but fast-growing proliferating cells irritate the skin mucosa causing an itching, if you don't pay close attention, you often overlooks this detail.
If you think you have genital warts, talk to your doctor. They can determine if you have warts and what your best treatment options are.
In addition, it’s important to take a gynecological/andrological examination every 6 months to detect HPV early when it still invisible.
Because the period of HPV invisible has a weak impact, your immune system is good, the treatment will be effective quickly, easily, without causing complications and can kill HPV virus, prevent recurrence.
It should be remembered that keep HPV for longer as difficult to treat, treatment more expensive, causing complications, potentially recurring. No treatment, improper treatment, late treatment can lead to infertility, cancer and even death.