“Sexually transmitted diseases (STD)” are often unrelated to general illness and are extremely reluctant to tell the outside world. It is because most of the diseases such as AIDS, syphilis and gonorrhea that are emerging are caused by unsanitary and indiscreet relationship.
However, as well as the above diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, such as lice, ovaries, urethritis, and other sexually transmitted diseases can also be transmitted through other routes. Therefore, it is a disease that should be treated faster than hiding it.
One of these sexually transmitted diseases, called gonorrhea, is a genital wart, a genital wart disease that appears in the genitals and anus. It is a disease caused by HPV type 6,11, 16, 18 in HPV, which causes warts.
There are about 100 known HPV types, of which 40 are found in reproductive organs. HPV is divided into high-risk and low-risk groups. The low-risk group is the type that causes the simple warts, and the high-risk group is likely to develop cancer.
The disease is also called ‘condyloma’. Because sexually transmitted diseases are caused by contact between men and women, it is not uncommon to conceal the disease and miss the treatment period to worsen the disease.
Gonorrhea is a highly contagious disease that is more than 50% more likely to be transmitted by one contact. One out of three Korean women is thought to have been infected with female gonorrhea. Children born to pregnant women who are infected with pruritus are more likely to develop recurrent respiratory papilloma due to vertical infection.
In particular, when menstrual disease occurs, it can cause a cervical cancer of the partner by infecting the lover or wife, and the possibility of recurrent respiratory papilloma is also high. For this reason, it is important to reduce the duration of treatment for the onset of gonorrhea and to carry out initial treatment to prevent recurrence and transmission.
Gonorrhea is a wart-like form that develops around the genitals and the anus, so it can usually be confirmed whether the disease is caused by the naked eye. The goal of gonadal therapy is to eliminate traumatic warts and improve symptoms and symptoms rather than eradicating HPV.
The treatment of gonorrhea is by burning with electroporation or laser ablation, or by surgical removal. It can also be treated with an applied medicine. In the case of applied drugs, it is difficult to expect a therapeutic effect on the progressive gonad, but it can be used as an adjunct after removal by laser cauterization or surgery.
It should be remembered that even if the visible lesions are removed, the recurrence is likely due to the remaining virus, and that recurrence may occur even after treatment. Therefore, it is important to carefully observe whether any warts of similar shape are resurfaced, and it is desirable to remove the warts immediately.
“It is important to manage the immune deficiency because it is possible that the viral diseases including the penile gland are infected by the gap of immunity,” said Urologist Lee Ji-yong of the Proud Urology Department. “It is important to have enough rest, It is also necessary to recover the condition, ” he said.
“But the fundamental precautionary measure is to be careful when making sexual contacts. Condoms are a way to prevent a variety of sexually transmitted infections, including gonorrhea. If you inevitably get infected, you should regularly get cancer screening.”