Human Health (HPV) human papillomavirus (WHO) was considered as a cervical cancer case, the second most common cancer in women in developing countries. What do you know about it?
The human papilloma virus (HPV) is a common and very sexually transmitted disease that is sexually transmitted. Its few symptoms can not be noticed, and not treated can stimulate cervical, vulva, pennice, vagina, anus and throat cancer.
The gynecologist and oncologist at the Women's Hospital, Monica Heymann, explained many suspicions about this disease that registered 570,000 new cases in 2018, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and caused the death of 311,000 women from countries who develops.
What is the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)?
HPV is a diverse group of DNA viruses belonging to the Papillomaviridae family. Human papilloma viruses are a group of more than 200 associated viruses. More than 40 HPV types can be easily transmitted through direct sexual contact: from the skin and mucus membranes of people who have been infected to their partners' mucus skin and mucus membranes. HPV has a low risk of breeding cattle and high risk HPV causes many types of cancer.
How is it transferred?
For transmission, there must be contact with the infected area with mucus membranes: genital, oral and analytical. As well as sexual intercourse, it can also be transmitted vertically: from mother to child during childbirth. This is the sexually transmitted disease. 80% of women have been infected by some type of HPV.
What are the most common symptoms?
In most cases, HPV infection does not cause symptoms. Some of these viruses can cause injuries, such as sprays. These are soft masses on the skin that comes out on the genital mucus membranes. They can be found in the penis, the vulfa, the urethra, the vagina, the cervix, and around the anus, and even in the hands and feet.
What are the most aggressive types of HPV?
Viruses that cause high-risk and high-risk genital lesions are: 18, 16 and 45, but 31, 33, 35, 58 and 62 have also been linked to oncogenic types (which are the ability to produce malign tumors). There are others who are not high-risk, but can cause injuries at hands, feet and genetal, but are not cancerous, 4, 27, 57 and 65.
It is advisable to use a condom always to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, so why can HPV even be contracted with its use?
The most effective method to prevent the spread of high-risk cancer viruses, which can cause cervical lesions, is to catch the condom, as it prevents the connection of the male genital organs with vaginal mucosa. Why can HPV be contracted? Well, if the condom is not well placed and there are lesions in the horses or in the nearby area, which is close to the birth, it will be very likely to contract.
Why have we been told that "more than 90% of HPV infections improperly improve" and in other cases cause cervical cancer, vulva, anus or binge?
The disparity between some lesions that improves "spontaneously" and others who are going to some types of cancer have to be involved in the patient's immune system and with their age. It is expected that young women and men will not evolve because the immune system has different behaviors. In people suffering from immune depression, with a lupus, having steroid treatments or who are diagnosed with HIV, the virus will move faster.
There are vaccines for aggressive HPV handling, which can work for someone who has already had the virus?
There are two vaccines for HPV: Cervarix and Gardasil. It does not prove that there is a beneficial effect in those women who have already started sexual relations, with more reason in those women who have already detected an HPV infection. The beneficial effect has been shown in those women who have not started sexual relations or as indicated: in women aged 9 to 12. Putting a vaccine on a sexually sexy woman does not create protection from cervical cancer because that woman has already been exposed to HPV with sexual intercourse, which is the aim of the vaccine: to reveal a woman to the viruses so that she produces the antibodies
Why does HPV affect women's health more than men?
The virus is clearer for the cells of the cervix. Then the transformation zone (the area of the cervix), which suffers from age changes and has constant hormonal relief, becomes an easier target for the virus to be re-erected. The point is that women do not have HPV infection, 80% of those who are sexually active have already had contact with some type of HPV. The point is to review, through psychology, that the virus does not make any changes in the spyware's conversion zone zones.