HPV


HPV stands for Human Papilloma Virus, the most recognized sexually transmitted disease in the world and even more so for its symptomatic samples and diversity of viral strains in which it can be found that define it as a disease with a broad spectrum in any type of person who has sexual contact without adequate security measures. The Human Papilloma Virus or HPV is commonly spread through sexual intercourse, however there are cases in which the disease is spread only by touch and the affected region is not only the genitals, but also any part of the body. Due to the diversity of strains of the disease, HPV can present symptoms long after contact with the infection, medical reports indicate that they can present up to 6 months after infection.

Other ways to get this disease is the use of products for private and unique use such as sanitary napkins, toothbrushes, underwear, among others. These symptoms are mostly external, they are linked to the appearance of small pustules and warts in the infected area, as well as constant fevers or delusions. These warts have an extensive scope, they can be found inside the vagina of a female, causing greater complications of the oncological type in the event that the disease is not treated quickly.

Strains of the disease that produce cancer in the long term have been detected, let us take into account the fact that HPV is an incurable disease, as well as the other sexually transmitted diseases, it presents a pathology which can be isolated but not completely eradicated , that is why there are screening and control mechanisms for better surveillance, such is the case of the Pap smear, cytological studies and scrapings of the affected area which are subjected to biopsies and other tests that rule out Cancer. Currently there are mechanisms for burning and removing these HPV warts, however the best treatment is the international campaign for better prevention of this and many more sexually transmitted diseases.