Warts

What you need to know about genital warts
Condylomas are benign growths of the skin and mucous membranes, mainly in the perianal region (anus), external genitalia, axillary region, urethra, and also in the oral cavity. A type of viral warts. Growing up, they can form colonies resembling “cauliflower” in shape. These growths often do not cause discomfort. However, burning sensation, itching at the site of localization of genital warts, pain during urination with the urethral location of warts may be disturbing. They cannot be ignored, since, in addition to aesthetic inconvenience, under unfavorable conditions, condylomas can degenerate into malignant formations.

Causes of genital warts
As a result of the activation of the human papillomavirus -HPV in the body
Decreased immunity (HIV infection, cancer)
Intimate contact with a patient with condylomatosis
Treatment
In order to avoid rebirth, traumatization of genital warts, doctors recommend removing these growths.
One of the most effective, modern, least traumatic methods of removal is the radio wave method using the Fotek radio wave knife.

Advantages of the radio wave method for removing genital warts
the device is easy to operate, the doctor independently sets the necessary parameters and power required for each specific case
no medicinal chemicals required
does not lead to scarring
bloodless method
local anesthesia is used, does not require anesthesia
no preliminary preparation required
after removal, the material can be sent for histological examination
In the postoperative period, it is necessary:
avoid visiting the solarium,
limit exposure to the sun
do not visit the sauna, bath
Contraindications
malignant neoplasms https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cancer
the patient has a pacemaker
tendency to form keloid scars
inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, genital infections
No less effective and safe is the removal of genital warts with a laser.

The advantages of the laser method
short rehabilitation period
no age restrictions
the procedure is carried out bloodlessly
the method is not painful, usually local anesthesia is used
does not lead to scarring
performed on an outpatient basis, hospitalization is not required
minimal risks of inflammatory complications, since pathogenic bacteria are destroyed during the procedure.
Contraindications
oncological diseases of the pelvic organs
tendency to bleeding, diseases of the blood coagulation system
inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, genital infections