Not All Warts Cause Cancer

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Warts, which are frequently seen in people with weakened immune systems, diabetics and children, are known as a contagious viral disease. Saying that HPV, which is generally referred to as cancer in the community, causes warts, Op. Dr. Yuksel Aydin, “Warts zaman zamIt can also cause malignant formations such as cervical cancer. However, this does not mean that every wart caused by HPV will cause cancer.

Human Papilloma virus (HPV), which is estimated to be found in 10 out of every 1 people according to the World Health Organization data, is known as the main cause of warts that can occur in people of all ages. Stating that wart formation is frequently encountered in people with weak immune systems, diabetics and children, Op. Dr. Yüksel Aydın said, “HPV, which is often referred to as cancer in society, is actually a contagious virus that causes warts. Warts, which are generally seen as benign formations and can be seen in every part of the body, zaman zamIt can also cause malignant formations such as cervical cancer. However, this does not mean that every wart caused by HPV will cause cancer.

High risk of transmission of warts in the genital area

Pointing out that the symptoms vary according to the region where the wart is formed, Op. Dr. Yuksel Aydin,

“Some warts look like moles, are small, show discoloration. Some may be larger and flesh-colored. While some warts do not feel any pain or pain, the situation may be the opposite in others. Bleeding can be seen in warts in the mouth and genital area. Skin contact is the most basic risk factor for warts, which are usually in contagious form. While the risk of transmission of warts on the hands and feet is less, the risk is very high, especially in genital warts. Therefore, genital area and breech warts should be checked by a specialist doctor and zamTreatment should be started as soon as possible," he said.

It is possible to get rid of warts in 5 minutes with the radiofrequency method.

Kiss. Dr. Yüksel Aydın also mentioned that there are many misconceptions about wart treatment in the society. Warns to stay away from hearsay methods such as fig milk, Aloe Vera and apple cider vinegar, Op. Dr. Aydın said, “Methods that have no scientific basis can make the treatment more difficult by moving the current picture to a worse point. However, getting rid of warts is possible in as little as 5 minutes with modern treatment methods. As Inday Clinic, we use the radiofrequency method, which has been recommended for many years and is one of the most successful treatment methods. With this process, which can be defined as cleaning the warts by burning them to clean skin with radiofrequency, all warts can be treated both on the surface of the skin and in areas such as the anus. Other methods we apply include cryotherapy, where the wart is frozen with liquid nitrogen gas, laser method applied to areas such as the soles of the feet where the skin is thick, and drug treatments.

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