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Candles on the warts - are used in the complex treatment
The cause of viral warts is human papilloma virus (HPV). But no less important is the appearance of genital warts and low immunity. Therefore, for the treatment of warts used candles with antiviral and immunostimulatory effects. Assign them to a part of comprehensive treatment of this disease.
Types of candles on the warts
Candles on the warts and can be rectal and provide general and local action, as well as vaginal - with only a local effect. Do I have to use candles for the treatment of genital warts and which, in each case it decides physician.
Some candles have a purely antiseptic action, suppressing the vital activity of bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa. These candles (such as Betadine vaginal suppositories), often used in the case where the warts worsened for bacterial and fungal infection.
There are candles that have indirect antiviral and immunostimulatory activity at the same time, it is a vaginal and rectal suppositories panavir, rectal suppositories and viferon Genferon. These candles can stop the development of genital warts and even promote their regression.
Candles with antiseptic
These drugs include, for example, vaginal suppositories betadine (EGIS Pharmaceutical Factory, Hungary). Active substances in these candles is povidone iodine, which has a local effect, not being absorbed into the bloodstream. Betadine - is a broad-spectrum antiseptic that inhibits the ability to live pathogens from any source, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses. After the candle is melted in the vagina, the active substance is contacted with betadine mucosa and decomposes to form active iodine. Active iodine causes the death of pathogens.
Since HPV infection is very often combined with other sexually transmitted diseases, the use of vaginal suppositories betadine
Betadine - use correctly
It is considered effective. But only one betadine can not solve all the problems since it has no immunostimulating action. Candles betadine often used to suppress viral or bacterial and fungal infections before, during, and after the removal of warts.
Apply Betadine vaginal suppositories
Betadine candles - a powerful tool against infections
after preliminary treatment of vaginal hygiene (for example, after douching). They enter deeply in the vagina for one suppository once per day, usually at night for two weeks. This often disappear even laboratory signs of papillomavirus infection (HPV DNA can not be detected on the surface of the mucous membranes). Of course, this is not to say that the virus is no longer in the body - it just well hidden and out to the surface only at lower immunity.
Side effects betadine only known allergic reactions. Do not use this betadine elevated thyroid, dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring, against the use of radioactive iodine and children up to 8 years. Do not use betadine well as increased sensitivity to iodine. Precautions betadine used after the 12th week of pregnancy at the time of feeding the child
Breastfeeding - a personal choice
Candles with antiviral and immunostimulatory effects
These candles are panavir, Genferon, viferon and others. Candles panavir (JSC "National Research Company", Russia) are available in two types - rectal and vaginal.
Panavir rectal suppositories (one suppository contains 200 mg of the active active ingredient) have a common antiviral and immunostimulatory effects. For the treatment of genital warts they are used one suppository once every three days (three times) and one suppository once every four days (two times).
Vaginal candles panavir have local antiviral, immunostimulant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic action of light. They are injected deep into the vagina once a day, in the evening in the supine position with the legs slightly bent. The course of treatment - five days.
Rectal suppositories and viferon Genferon (Genferon can be used as rectally or vaginally) have a general immunostimulatory and indirect antiviral effect. The main active substance therein is interferon-alpha, possess antiviral properties. These drugs are used in the complex treatment of human papillomavirus infection in women and men on prescription.
Rectal and vaginal suppositories
Vaginal suppositories - for contraception and treatment of inflammation
for the treatment of viral warts are not usually used alone. They are part of an integrated treatment prescribed by the attending physician.