Cauliflower HPV inspection

What is HPV ; human papillomavirus.

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What is: human papillomavirus. Condyloma acuminata. cauliflower. HPV?
HPV is a virus that is transmitted through direct skin contact or sexual intercourse. So far, there are about 200 types of known HPV. HPV that causes hand and foot infections is different from HPV infected by the larynx or genital area. About 40 types of HPV can infect male and female reproductive organs. At least 15 types can be classified as "high risk" because HPV can cause cervical cancer and other less common cancers such as vaginal cancer, vulvar cancer, penile cancer and anal cancer.

How to detect HPV cauliflower:
Use a brush, a condom, and collect DNA from cells suspected to be infected
Which parts of the body are infected with HPV?
HPV is prone to infection of the hands, mouth, eyes, face, feet, anus, genital genital, genital, genital and cervix mucosal surfaces or other body parts

Is the genital tract infected with HPV common?
Reproductive tract infections with HPV are very common. In the United States, approximately 6.2 million people are infected with HPV each year. Half of men and women who have sex have a HPV in their reproductive tract during their lifetime.
Is the reproductive tract infection HPV common in Taiwan?
Infection with HPV in Taiwan is very common. About 20% of young healthy women (26-30 years old) with sexual life detect HPV in the cervix. The infection rate among women aged 31-35 is still at a high level (about 13%). The HPV infection rate of women aged 51-55 does not fall but increases (about 10%), which may be related to / sexual behavior / environment / water quality / virus / constitutional virus sensitivity / gene / its cause is unknown.
What is a low risk type HPV?
Reproductive tract infections HPV can be classified into low-risk types and high-risk types, depending on the risk of cervical cancer. Both types of HPV can cause cervical lesions in women or sputum in women. The virus causing sputum is HPV 6 and HPV 11, because it does not progress to cervical cancer, also known as "low-risk HPV." Hemorrhoids may occur when sexual contact with an HPV-infected person.
What is the high risk type HPV?
Some HPVs (such as HPV 16, 18, 31, 45, 52, and 58) are called "high-risk HPV" because they may cause cervical cancer. For most people, these high-risk HPVs do not pose a health problem at all, because the body's immunity naturally removes these viruses. But in a small percentage of women, the infection lasts for many years and may eventually progress to cancer. Fortunately, cervical cytopathic lesions caused by long-term infection can be detected by cervical screening, and early treatment can prevent cervical cancer formation.
Is "high-risk" HPV infection a cancer?
If you are infected with high-risk HPV, it is not the same as cervical cancer. However, if you continue to infect high-risk HPV, it may eventually lead to cancer.

Genital tract Is HPV infection inherited?
HPV infection is not hereditary, that is, a disease that is not passed on to the child by the parent. However, if a pregnant woman has HPV infection, HPV may be passed from the mother to the newborn baby through vaginal delivery.
What are the symptoms of HPV infection in the genital tract?
In most cases, HPV infection has no symptoms, unless it is of a type that can cause genital warts. Genital warts may occur within weeks, months, or years after sexual activity with a partner with HPV. Most people don't know if they have HPV because there are no obvious symptoms, and the immune system can suppress and clear the virus. However, a small percentage of people who continue to contract HPV will develop precancerous lesions of the neck and may develop cancer.
Is there any association between genital HPV and cervical cancer?
Almost all cervical cancers are associated with HPV. About 70-80% of cervical cancer cases worldwide are caused by HPV 16 or HPV 18. This is also the type of HPV targeted by the current vaccine.
How do women get infected with the reproductive tract HPV?
HPV infection is mainly transmitted through direct contact between the skin and reproductive organs during vaginal and anal intercourse. Oral sex may also infect HPV. However, due to the long incubation period, it is often difficult to determine when an infection has occurred.
Is the genital tract HPV infection transmitted through sex?
In general, most HPV infections in the genital area are transmitted through sexual contact. However, there is circumstantial evidence that a small percentage of HPV infections in the reproductive tract can also be transmitted through non-sexual routes (eg contact with contaminated objects/environment/water quality/viruses, etc.).
Do men get HPV?
Male infection with HPV is as common as female infection with HPV, and most of it is transmitted through genital contact during vaginal, anal and oral sex. Fortunately, HPV rarely causes serious health problems in men, but HPV may also cause less common male penile cancer and anal cancer. In general, genital warts are the most significant problem for men caused by HPV.
How can I know if I have an HPV infection?
Most people infected with HPV do not know that they have been infected. A routine cervical smear test can detect any cellular changes in the cervix. The test must collect cells from the cervix. Then check under the microscope. This is the best way to determine if the cervix is healthy and simple. You can also use the cells collected by the Cervical Cell Assay program for HPV PCR testing.
What is the HPV test?
There are many types of HPV. Some types can cause visible or felt sputum (commonly known as cauliflower), while other types may not have any symptoms. Therefore, most people do not know whether to get HPV. To detect if you are infected with HPV, you must collect cells or tissues from suspected infected sites before testing for viral genes (HPV DNA). The HPV test identifies the type of HPV and identifies the virus as a high-risk or low-risk type.
Who needs to receive HPV testing?
For women 30 years of age or older, it is recommended to perform an HPV test at the same time as the cervical smear test. For abnormal results of cervical cells, HPV PCR typing is also performed. Men who have sexual contact also recommend that they be examined at the same time.
If the HPV infection heals on its own, will it be infected again?
Although most HPV test positives will turn negative after 6 to 12 months, it is still possible to contract HPV infection again. Similarly, the examination was unable to determine whether the immune system had completely eliminated all HPV, or whether HPV was only suppressed to undetectable limits. If there are some cells in the cervix that still have HPV, these viruses may become active again when the immune system weakens.
How can we reduce the risk of contracting HPV?
HPV can spread through direct contact between the skin and the genitals, and any common sexually active person may develop this common infection. The best way to reduce the risk of HPV infection is to conduct safe sex and the number of restricted partners. The use of condoms reduces the risk of contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, but condoms do not completely prevent genital warts and cervical cancer, as areas that are not covered by condoms are infected with HPV.
What is the treatment of HPV?
The current treatments for HPV include topical ointments and HPV vaccines and electrosurgical excision, pruning, cryotherapy, laser, photodynamic therapy, photodynamic therapy and immunopotentiators. A small number of people's own immune systems can inhibit or eliminate HPV. If HPV continues to be infected, it usually treats the health problems caused, such as genital warts, cervical precancerous lesions and cervical cancer, vulvar cancer, vaginal cancer and anal cancer.
Does HPV affect pregnant women and newborn babies?
Women who have had genital warts in the past but have recovered will generally not have problems during pregnancy and childbirth. However, if a woman with genital warts during pregnancy may become enlarged and bleeding. In some cases, a pregnant woman may transmit HPV to her baby during vaginal delivery. If you block the birth canal, you may need to have a caesarean section to give birth.
Taiwan research results?
Taiwan studies have pointed out that HPV is one of the causes of cervical cancer and lung adenocarcinoma. The study found that the oncogenic protein E6 released by the HPV16 virus would disable the "suppressor gene P53" that inhibits the growth of cancer cells. After removing the E6 virus protein by RNAi technology, the tumor suppressor gene P53 can be restarted to exert its function of inhibiting cancer cells.
What is the difference between soft brush and hard brush?
Generally, we recommend using a hard brush to check the reason, because the hard brush material can scrape off the HPV virus cells in the genital area (human papilloma virus = genital warts = cauliflower = HPV), the virus will hide in the cells. The soft brush is designed for women to collect the genitals or anus or mouth. Now there is a female finger condom collection, safe and hygienic.

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