Will the papilloma spread?

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asked in Obstetrics & Gynecology by MARSHA
Will the papilloma spread?

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answered by KAY
Usually should pay attention to reasonable health care Women should be regularly to the hospital for gynecological examination, so to avoid the emergence of gynecological inflammation, and some women usually do not pay attention to the vulva cleanliness and health may cause genital papilloma occur, The disease will spread and it will spread slowly. If it has not been well treated for a long time, the number of papilloma will be more and more, and the impact on the patients' physical and psychological health will be very great.
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answered by EDITH
The health of the genital papilloma will have a great impact, usually due to genital infection caused this phenomenon, and some patients may also cause genital itching and inflammation of the symptoms, the general genital papilloma the disease will spread , Will also lead to more serious diseases.
Patients with genital papilloma phenomenon should be promptly to the hospital through minimally invasive surgery for treatment, you can also be treated by physical methods, the effect is better, the patient with genital papilloma, if not for a long time Good conditioning can even lead to symptoms of significant spread of the disease.
Suffering from genital papilloma do not blindly treatment, you can choose to use laser, surgery and other therapy to prevent the phenomenon of tumor spread, which is good, the disease should pay more attention to rest, we must pay attention to a reasonable diet, Avoid recurrence of the disease.
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answered by TERRI
Vulvar papilloma will have a great impact on health, it is best to choose their own treatment options, can alleviate the condition in a short time, and there will be no genital trauma, or the phenomenon of scarring.
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