How to Treat Human Papilloma Virus
Distinct from other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is caused by a virus that cannot be cured or treated using antibiotics. Most people with HPV have no signs or symptoms. Although HPV will (at some point) clear up by itself, a number of HPV patients will develop genital warts. Genital warts can occur with two types of HPV- types 6 and 11. On the other hand, there are also cases of HPV that cause cervical cancer among women who have HPV types 16 and 18. At present, there is not yet an established medical cure to eliminate HPV. There are two vaccines available in Canada for HPV: one is for protection specifically against HPV type 16 and 18, while the other vaccine is for the protection against all the four types mentioned.
Treatment methods and tactics are focused more on the complications- genital warts and cervical cancer. If you have contracted the low risks types of HPV that causes genital warts, the course of treatment is focuses on the removal of the warts either at home or in your physician's clinic. If you have the higher risk types of HPV that can lead to cervical, anal, or genital cancer, the treatment choices are based on the stage of development on the time of diagnosis.
Again, there is no treatment to eliminate the virus if you have already contracted it. But, you can help your immune system to eliminate them naturally with the help of a natural antiviral supplement: Gene-Eden. You can ask your doctor and visit Gene-Eden's website for more information.
Genital and Anal Warts Treatment
Usually, it takes about eight (8) months to successfully treat cervical, anal, or genital warts. Although this is the average time-frame, the treatment course can exceed this especially if there are just too many warts. The treatment course is composed of home therapies and treatment options in your doctor's office. Getting rid of the visible effects of the warts will not necessarily eliminate the HPV virus entirely. You should also know that the warts can reappear.
When there are just too many warts or they are very massive, your doctor will either suggest these two treatment options.  Chryotherapy or chemical treatment methods can be quite painful. This can cause scarring which can be very embarrassing. The direct application of podophyllin and tricholoroacetic acid (power chemical compounds) can destroy external genital and anal warts. However, it should be applied repeatedly for successful elimination of the warts.  Imiquimod cream (Aldara) is now available in the market that can help the immune system to fight against the virus that can cause external genital and anal warts.
The success of the treatment course can depend on several factors: smoking, a daily diet low in Vitamin A, or the presence of another sexually transmitted infection.
Pre-cancerous Lesions Treatment
Since pre-cancerous lesions can hardly ever cause perceptible symptoms, they can only be detected via Pap smear or colonoscopy. Although it will take about roughly ten (10) years for these lesions to cause cancer, early detection is the key to identify the abnormal cells. Most women with cervical cancer have reportedly neglected to have (even one) Pap smear test.
When detected, these pre-cancerous lesions can be treated effectively via various treatment options. Treatments methods can include laser therapy, chyrotherapy, and loop electrosurgical excision procedure or LEEP (removal of the tissue using a wire loop).
HPV-Related Cancer Treatment
Cervical cancer can affect the deeper layers of the cervix and can spread to the uterus. If the cancer is confined in the cervix, it can be treated by surgically removing the uterus (hysterectomy). When the cancer affects the anus and other genital areas, the cancer can be treated either by radiation therapy or surgery.
There are natural treatments for HPV infection, one of the most effective being Gene-Eden. Gene-Eden suppresses the viral concentrations in the human bodies, reducing HPV's effects on the human body. For more information about Gene-Eden, go to the Gene-Eden website. Gene-Eden is also available on the Amazon website.
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