condylomas

(genital warts, genital warts)

Treat genital warts

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What are condylomas and how do they develop?

Condyloma, also known as genital warts, is a common sexually transmitted disease caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They can appear on different parts of the body, but most commonly in the genital area.

Condylomas usually appear as small, flesh-colored, raised growths, sometimes irregular in shape. They can occur singly or in groups and can cause itching, burning or pain.

Men can be carriers of the virus without the corresponding structures expressing themselves on the penis - unfortunately the test procedure using swabs is also very unreliable, so that infected men often remain undetected.

 

Conventional treatment methods for condylomas

Genital wart treatment

Within the laser treatment high-energy light is applied to the affected area of ​​the skin. In the picture you can see a slightly different form of laser treatment, but the principle is similar.

Unfortunately, side effects cannot be ruled out with laser treatments in the intimate area – including pain, blisters, crusts, redness, or even slight tissue burns with possible scarring.

Condyloma removal

The surgical excision of condylomas is more likely to be used in complicated cases, but even then only reluctantly. The risk of scarring is high, and the procedure is uncomfortable for many days despite the local anesthetic at the time of excision.

Scars can cause long-term problems in the intimate area.

Remove genital wart

Trichloroacetic acid denatures tissue and thus removes layer by layer of the condylomas with multiple applications until they are gone.

However, there is a relatively high chance that parts of the acid will also get onto healthy tissue and etch it - this can lead to redness, burning and pain. Scar formation is possible.

Phlebolysis for the treatment of genital warts

Using a special combination of electrolysis and radiofrequency, phlebolysis is used to specifically destroy the blood vessels of the condylomas. A cold, very fine needle is used - so no burns are possible.

Through the targeted application of electrolysis and high frequency to the affected areas, the pathogens are largely inactivated so that the immune system can trigger healing.

Obliteration of the vessels leads to tissue denaturation, as a result of which the condyloma is likely to simply fall off during treatment or up to a few days after treatment.

Further information on the topic: Remove warts.

 

Advantages of phlebolysis treatment:

  • no anesthesia
  • Scar formation not known
  • gentle and painless method
  • immediately visible reaction
  • applicable to any skin
  • Burns impossible because the tool is cold
  • no bleeding
  • no risk of infection
  • Patient is in no way restricted after treatment
Treat condyloma

Video article on the treatment of condyloma with phlebolysis:

Dr. med. Wolfgang Karner reports!

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Phlebolysis can be used for almost any type of raised skin disorder

Condylomas, genital warts, genital warts and other skin disorders in the intimate area can be a major burden. We cannot show many pictures from the gynecological and urological area at this point, but we believe that these pictures, which show a wide variety of skin disorders, allow a clear conclusion:

Video posts on phlebolysis:

Andreas Oehme, co-developer of phlebolysis, explains how the process works this interview.

Age spots
angiomas
aphthous ulcers
Spider veins
Birt-Hogg-Dubé Syndrome
Couperose
Raised Scars
Fibroma
Fresh tick bitee
herpes simplex
condylomas
liver spots
Seborrheic keratoses
telangiectasias
Warts
xanthelasma

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