Genital Wart Removal

December 21, 2009 by admin 

Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). As warts are highly contagious they have become very prevalent in the general population. They can occur virtually anywhere on the body. If afflicted with warts, it becomes necessary to eradicate the HPV infection to eliminate them.

Genital Warts are almost always spread by sexual contact but vertical transmission and autoinoculation do occur rarely. Approximately 70 percent of individuals who have sexual contact with an infected partner develop Genital Warts. The incubation period of HPV varies from 3 weeks to 8 months, with a mean of 2-3 months after initial contact. The rate of subclinical infection is as high as 40 percent when measured by polymerase chain reaction DNA analysis on genital skin.

After the initial clinical manifestation, warts may increase in number and size, or may regress spontaneously. The rate of long-term regression is unknown. Even with therapy, recurrence occurs within 3 months in 25-67 percent of cases. Recurrences are often at sites of previous Genital Warts, attributed to long-lived cells at the site of previous clearance that then reactivate. Infection with high-risk types of HPV and older age patients are risk factors for persistence.

The incidence of HPV infection has increased in the last 35 years, likely the result of earlier age of initial sexual contact and an increased number of sexual partners. The estimated prevalence rate of HPV genital infection in the US adult population is 10-20 percent. The prevalence of clinical manifestations of HPV genital infection is much lower than the rate of infection and is estimated to be 1 percent in the sexually active population.

This observation holds true even after adjustment for lifetime number of sexual partners, which itself is a significant risk factor for HPV infection. Approximately 80 percent of individuals with genital warts are aged 17-33 years. Evidence suggests that at least 75 percent of sexually active adults have been infected with at least one genital HPV-type at some time.

Genital warts manifest as solitary or clustered, keratotic papules and plaques. They may be flat, or dome-shaped, cauliflower-shaped, or pedunculated. Genital warts can occur on the penis, groin, cervix, urethral meatus, vagina, anus, pubis, and oral cavity. Their contour can be flat, ceribriform, or verrucous and their color white, skin colored, pink, purple, red, or brown.

Genital warts cures must be able to eliminate both the visible symptoms and the causative virus to be truly effective. Unfortunately, there are few successful medical options available. Surgically removing warts is the most common medical procedure. However, the patient is subject to a painful surgical intervention which results in skin damage/scarring along with the probability the warts will return.

Most pharmacology efforts now focus on developing a vaccine to inoculate the population in order to stop the HPV virus from infecting the system. This is ideal for the pharmaceutical companies as it would of course reap a monetary windfall of epic proportions for the drug companies, but not useful at all for those already affected with warts.

Warts occurring on the body, face, feet, hands or genitals can be successfully eliminated with AntiWarts-Rx. This product is made from strictly certified organic antiviral plant material and concentrated with naturally occurring monoterpene ketones which have tremendous antiviral effects against the wart virus, HPV, as demonstrated in published scientific studies.

As some go their entire life without ever having a wart, while others seem prone to the infection, it is commonly believed occurrences of warts are associated with a lower immunity against HPV. As a result, ImmunoDrops for Warts is a powerful organic dietary supplement developed by NaturesPharma exclusively to combat HPV and strengthen immune parameters for those afflicted with warts.

Sesquiterpenes, found in certain medicinal plants and intentionally concentrated in AntiWarts-Rx and ImmunoDrops for Warts, are known to exhibit a wide spectrum of biological and pharmaceutical properties against viruses. These sesquiterpenes in our treatments exhibit quantifiable antitumor activities as well as inhibit cancer development. To learn more, please go to http://www.naturespharma.org.

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