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Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
In “Opinion & Salud” we provide you with a series of articles on human papillomavirus so that you can get rid of HPV.
The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is a sexually transmitted disease. At least 100 types of HPV are known. Generally, most do not present symptoms or have oncological risks. However, there are a few that do.
Warts in different parts of the body are a common cause of HPV. They can appear on the neck, feet, hands, and even on the genitals. They can be very bothersome, depending on the area in which they appear.
It is important to note that warts are harmless. They appear as small cauliflower-shaped bumps.
This is a condition in which a man ejaculates sooner than desired during sexual activity. It is common in young men and can improve with time and experience.
Premature ejaculation can occur before or shortly after penetration, sometimes leading to dissatisfaction in the partner. Causes can be physical, such as hormonal imbalances, or psychological, such as anxiety and stress.
Treatment to stop premature ejaculation may include sexual therapy, relaxation techniques, medications, and in extreme cases, specific medical interventions. However, at “Opinion and Health,” we bring you the best natural solutions that have been proven to work.
- HPV Genotype 45 Positive: What It Means and Treatment
There are over 200 genotypes of the human papillomavirus. Currently, thanks to molecular tests, it is possible to determine exactly which HPV genotype you have been infected with. Today we will specifically talk about the HPV-45 genotype. So if you’ve had a PCR test or a hybrid capture (CH) and it came back positive for … Read more
- Early Stages of HPV on the Upper or Lower Lips of the Mouth
Did something unusual appear on your lips and you want to know if it’s HPV? Then stay with me, I’ll tell you how HPV starts in the mouth and everything you need to know about this condition. What appears in your mouth when you have HPV? Symptoms HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a DNA virus … Read more
- Can Babies get HPV? Warts in Infants
If your baby has warts, you’re probably worried… But relax, HPV in babies is more common than you think and the prognosis is usually good. Today I’ll explain how HPV warts in babies are treated and give you other important information about your little one’s current situation. What happens if a baby has HPV? To … Read more
- What Does HPV Look Like on the Genital Lips?
Papilloma is a disease caused by a virus, known as the human papilloma virus or HPV for short. This condition is characterized by the appearance of warts in different areas of the body, but it is most common in the genitals, as this virus is mainly transmitted sexually. How does papilloma start on the vaginal … Read more
- Shocking Truth Unveiled: How Bad is HPV Really?
Determining how bad HPV is depends entirely on each case. While some never show symptoms or complications, others end up losing their lives due to the cancer that can result from Human Papilloma lesions. However, there are several elements involved in estimating how risky this virus is. And for a better understanding, you should know … Read more
- Aftercare Following Laser Vaporization for HPV Lesions
Although there are many treatments to remove genital warts when they appear on the skin, that is, externally, the options for addressing internal lesions are somewhat more limited. However, laser vaporization for HPV lesions is undoubtedly one of the most effective treatments, not just for combating internal warts, but also for preventing oncogenic outcomes. If … Read more
- Treatment for HPV Genotype 18 Positive
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most widespread sexually transmitted infections currently in society. Here, I will present advancements and updates on how to treat HPV genotype 18 positive. You may be wondering, what’s so special about HPV 18? The thing is, this virus has over 200 variants, some of which are low-risk … Read more
- Is it Dangerous to Have HPV on Lingual Frenulum?
HPV that appears on the tongue or in the throat has a medium to high risk of subsequently developing cancer, including papilloma on the lingual frenulum. However, it all depends on the strain that caused the infection. If you suspect you have papillomas on the lingual frenulum, it’s essential to see a doctor. One thing … Read more
- What Does HPV Look Like on the Tongue and Mouth?
HPV on the tongue or mouth is characterized by the presence of lesions or small internal whitish warts. In certain cases, these warts can be reddish or violet. On the other hand, oral HPV can more frequently present warts on the lateral edge of the tongue. However, the lesions also appear towards the palate or … Read more
- If I Have Genital Warts, Do I Have HPV?
Yes, genital warts are the main symptom of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). They can appear in both men and women, and they can appear in clusters with a tone paler than the skin of the genitals. If you’ve noticed a wart on your genitals, the best thing you can do is see a doctor. In … Read more
- What do Anal Warts Look Like?
Often, anal warts have a flattened appearance and appear in clusters. This means they are grouped in small “clusters”, and their color may match the surrounding skin or be slightly lighter. One of the major challenges of warts in the anus is that some people, upon noticing a bump in that area, assume it’s hemorrhoids. … Read more
- Vulva or Vagina with HPV. What Does It Look Like?
The appearance of warts in the vagina is a characteristic symptom of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in women. Their appearance can vary; in some cases, very few warts appear, and they are flat. But warts due to HPV in the vagina can also appear as a cluster-shaped bump and be of a pale hue. Here … Read more
- Is HPV in Men Dangerous? You Must See This!
Often it is believed that HPV is only dangerous for women, but the truth is that it can also pose critical risks for men. The Human Papillomavirus has been considered one of the risk factors in the development of anal or penile cancer. Keep reading to the end of this post to discover HPV symptoms … Read more
- What Happens if I Get Genital Warts? Is it Bad?
In most cases, the appearance of warts on the genitals is associated with HPV virus infection. Often, the strains of the virus that produce this symptom cause benign lesions, at least when they appear on the external genitals. However, when HPV genital warts appear in the internal area of the genitals, there is a significant … Read more
- Are White Warts Around the Anus from HPV?
The anus is one of the areas to which we pay the least attention since, except for moments of hygiene, we usually do not touch it and obviously cannot see it. However, it can present genital warts that are related to different types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Anogenital warts: what they are and why they … Read more
- Can you Get Genital Moles from HPV?
The first thing you should keep in mind is that a mole is different from a wart. While moles are generally completely harmless and most of them are present from birth. Genital warts are associated with the Human Papillomavirus and some of them are potentially malignant. How to differentiate moles from warts Moles, also known … Read more
- Can Stress Make you Get Warts?
For years, stress has been linked to alterations and diseases, not only emotional and mental, but also physical. Although they are not the direct cause of their appearance, various studies have shown that stress plays an important role in the recurrence of genital warts due to HPV. Stress and depression, linked to HPV Various studies … Read more
- Why Do I Have a Wart on my Private Area?
The warts that appear on your private parts or genital warts are associated with a type of virus called the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Genital warts are quite common in sexually active people, but they can be treated and are not dangerous. Keep reading and you will know how to recognize them and what to do. … Read more
- What is the Treatment for HPV Genotype 52 Positive?
The treatment for HPV genotype 52 positive will depend on the symptoms observed at the time of diagnosis. It is important to remember that Human Papillomavirus has no cure, and being a viral infection, only the symptoms can be treated. However, in the case of strain 52, being high-risk, there are other clinical measures that … Read more
- Why Do Warts Appear on the Abdomen?
Belly warts can appear for various reasons, from hormonal changes, aging effects, or due to the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is the main cause of warts on the skin, which can appear in areas such as the belly, hands, or genitals. However, this is not the only cause, and that is why it is advisable … Read more
- How to Remove a Wart on the Clitoris: Do THIS!
Cryotherapy is one of the most effective treatments for removing warts on the clitoris. However, because this is a highly sensitive area, the doctor must channel a treatment that generates minimal discomfort, so it is not unpleasant. Today there are several treatments to eliminate genital warts, such as laser removal and electrocauterization . Also, there … Read more
- Can Warts Appear on the Neck Due to Stress?
Neck warts can appear for many reasons, even stress can cause them. However, the Human Papillomavirus is the main cause of warts on the skin. Therefore, it is essential to assess the real origin of neck warts, to know if it is a symptom of HPV or if the cause is different. On the other … Read more
- Can High Risk HPV Go Away on its Own?
In some cases, high-risk HPV can disappear on its own, this happens because the immune defenses help reduce the viral load. According to scientific studies, the inactivation of the virus can occur within a period of two years. However, this does not occur in 100% of the cases. And in those people where HPV and … Read more
- Does Removing the Cervix Get Rid of HPV?
No, removing the cervix is not a guarantee to get rid of HPV. However, in some cases it becomes necessary to remove the cervix to prevent cervical cancer. And in other cases, it is a procedure that helps reduce carcinogenic effects. What happens with the Human Papillomavirus is that it lodges in the body at … Read more
- How Does Human Papillomavirus Manifest in the Body?
It is important to know how the Human Papilloma Virus manifests in the body. The main symptom that allows estimating the presence of this virus is the appearance of warts on the skin. However, the body may experience other effects from HPV, such as decay. Meanwhile, pain and inflammation can also occur, but this occurs … Read more
- I am Pregnant and I Got Warts on My Neck. Why?
During pregnancy, it is common to develop what appear to be warts on your neck… But actually, they are not warts; the correct term for these small, soft bumps is acrochordons or skin tags. Today, I will tell you more about acrochordons, why they appear during pregnancy, and how they differ from common warts. What … Read more