Symptoms and treatment of papilloma
Papilloma is a benign polyp on the stem, round or oval in shape, of normal skin color, pale or dark – brown. Papillomas usually occur in middle and old age, more often in obese people. Favorite places of their location are in skin folds (armpits, groin area, creases under the breasts), and neck and eyelids.
Papillomatosis is the emergence of multiple papillomas on the human body. Penetrating into the human body, papilloma spreads through the bloodstream and is attached to epithelial cells of the genital organs, perineum or anus. The virus then penetrates the skin cells and embedded in its DNA, causing the cell to work differently. The damaged cell starts to grow and multiply rapidly, in some time. As a result, there are spreading papillomas as characteristic of the disease.
How do papillomas appear?
Neoplasms can appear on the person’s skin or mucosa. They are quite easy to see- everybody can notice a wart. There are about 60 types of warts and papillomas. Papillomas and warts differ from each other in that papillomas are soft and don’t have a keratinized layer, while the warts are tougher. They look differently (growths may have a long or short leg and a wide base).
Not all papillomas are harmless
Some types of viruses (namely 16 and 18) increase the risk of oncology by 2000 times. These are so-called genital warts. They appear on genitals and look like cauliflower or cockscomb. The risk of cancer is particularly high in women due to the specificity of the structure of the genital organs and hormonal fluctuations.
Skin papillomas can be congenital. They originate from the chronic inflammatory irritation. In many cases, papillomas have a viral origin and are caused by papillomavirus infection (HPV). At the moment, more than 30 types of these viruses are recognized as pathogenic. There are following ways of transmission of the virus: contact (through the skin microtraumas), sexual and perinatal (during childbirth). Papilloma can appear 1-6 months after infection. People with weakened immunity and hormonal disturbance are especially susceptible to the virus. Bad habits, stress, and lack of sleep increase the risk of HPV infection.
Good hygiene, sexual intelligibility, and the use of barrier contraceptives play the leading role in the prevention of infection. To reduce the risk of papilloma and prevent recurrent outbreaks, it is important to strengthen immunity. Detection of the virus during pregnancy is related to the increased attention to the way of delivery not to infect the fetus.
Papilloma is benign, yet appearing on the eyelids cause significant discomfort and cosmetic defects. The virus likes humidity, so often papillomavirus can be formed under the armpits, which causes considerable discomfort and even pain around a skin papilloma. Preparations of the liquid-based offered in pharmacies to treat skin diseases, have low efficiency, and also leave burns at the skin. There are several alternatives to “PapillomasFree” methods for removing papillomas that you may be offered in beauty salons and dermatological clinics:
- Liquid nitrogen
The laser is most effective among all these methods, but even this method ensures the complete removal of papillomas only at 50% of cases and can be applied only to small papillomas. Other ways may be less effective. Major shortcomings of these methods include:
- Very painful
- Expensive (price differentiation on size)
- Always leaves a scar, the bigger the papilloma, the larger an injury is.
Preparation “PapillomasFree” provides 100% efficiency, guaranteed by removing small papilloma after the first use, the large disappear after 2-3 treatments. Scarring and skin loss of pigmentation not remain. 1 test tube of the liquid is enough for about 20-30 tumors.