The symptoms of condyloma acuminatum are foreign body sensation, pain, itching or sexual intercourse pain.
Condyloma acuminatum is a sexually transmitted disease caused by human papilloma virus infection, which is characterized by proliferative damage to the anus and genitals. Patients usually develop after half a month to eight months, with an average of three months. Mainly spread through sexual behavior. The most common symptom of patients with genital warts is to occur on the skin and mucous membranes of anal and external genitalia. Some patients with genital warts may be asymptomatic, and a few patients may have foreign body sensation, pain, itching, sexual discomfort, and bad odor. Condyloma acuminatum in the urethra can be manifested as ending hematuria, abnormal urine or urethral bleeding. Generally, genital warts have different positions, size, and shapes. Concantic acuminatum usually occurs at glans, coronary grooves, foreskin laces, etc., while female patients generally occur in large labia, vaginal ports, clitoris, vagina, cervix, perineum and perianal area. Commonly used drugs include Mimoto Matt Ointment, Ghost Pulfin toxin Fluorine Pyraine Cream. Patients should be used under the guidance of a doctor. Pay attention to adverse drug reactions during the medication, and pregnant women should not be used. Anti -virus and anti -immune drugs. Patients can choose drugs such as metastasis and thymus peptides, but it should be noted that those with allergies to such drugs are disabled. The current commonly used physical therapy methods include laser, freezing, electric burning, microwave, etc., which can be selected appropriately. However, it should be noted that it is not recommended for physical treatment for patients with pregnant patients to avoid inducing abortion.
When suffering from condyloma acuminatum, patients need to pay attention to the hygiene of their genitals. Wash the reproductive parts every day, and need to be replaced after cleaning. The replaced underwear needs to be washed and dried before you can wear it. If the patient is bathing in the bathroom, you should shower, and do not share bath products with others. Do not let your private parts directly contact some of the surrounding seats after taking a bath. When going to the toilet outside the public toilet, try to use squat -type toilets to prevent yourself from being infected again.