Genital warts are a common infectious and harmful disease in daily life. So what are the hazards of this disease? How should we prevent it? The following are the hazards and prevention methods of genital warts for your reference.
The harm of genital warts
Harmful to patient psychology
Due to the tendency of genital warts to recur, many patients are unable to effectively control their condition through medication, which puts them under immense psychological pressure, fearing cancer and infecting others, causing serious psychological harm to patients.
Suffering from discomfort symptoms
When genital warts first occur, in addition to genital acupuncture pain, patients may also experience systemic discomfort such as headaches and muscle pain. Bubbles appear in the diseased area and quickly rupture and erode, causing unbearable pain.
If genital warts are not treated scientifically and formally in a timely manner, they may also cause a series of concurrent symptoms such as herpetic meningitis and prostatitis, and even affect the fertility of male patients. Therefore, timely treatment is necessary.
Affects eugenics and upbringing
If men suffer from genital warts, they can infect their spouses through sexual contact. At this point, if the spouse becomes pregnant, it may cause uterine infections and neonatal herpes infections, leading to miscarriage, neonatal death, or serious sequelae, affecting prenatal care.
Methods for preventing genital warts
Eliminate sexual promiscuity
I believe many people know that unclean sexual behavior can easily lead to genital warts and other sexually transmitted diseases, and most patients with genital warts are caused by sexual contact with sexually transmitted diseases. After falling ill, it poses a huge threat to the health of patients' families, so we should pay attention to preventing sexual chaos in our lives.
Maintain personal hygiene
Patients with genital warts should pay attention to personal hygiene and change their underwear frequently every day. Personal underwear should be washed separately to avoid cross infection, and there is no need for others to share daily necessities such as pots and towels. Female patients should also adhere to daily cleaning of the external genitalia to maintain cleanliness and dryness.
Preventing contact and infection
Do not use others' underwear, swimsuits, or bathtubs. Do not wash the pond in public bathrooms, advocate taking a shower, do not sit directly on the chair in the bathroom after taking a shower, try to use a squatting toilet in public bathrooms, wash your hands with soap before going to the bathroom, and do not go to the swimming pool.