Human papillomavirus and pregnancy
Now, the human papilloma virus is found in almost everyone. Today, about one hundred types are known. The virus manifests itself as neoplasms in various parts of the body.
Scientists have established the role of some of its types inoccurrence of malignant processes. However, it is not at all necessary that a patient with a human papilloma virus is found to develop cancer. However, he will be at risk and should regularly undergo examinations with an oncologist.
In addition, the type of virus depends on the localization andform of its external manifestations. About 30 of them contribute to the appearance of papillomas in the anogenital region. To the formation of genital warts most often leads the human papillomavirus virus 11 and 6 types. They can also be in the urethra and bladder.
These types of virus, together with 73, 44, 43, 42 belong to the low-oncogenic species. According to statistics, one-third of women with a routine examination find genital warts.
The virus is diagnosed with the help ofvisual inspection and DNA diagnostics. It allows not only to detect its presence in the body, but also to identify types. The most insidious are 68, 66, 59, 58, 56, 52, 51, 45, 39, 35, 33, 31, they are highly ionic species.
The role of 18 and 16 types in the emergence ofmalignant processes on the cervix. Their owners need to regularly do colposcopy and analysis for cytology, and if necessary, and a targeted biopsy. This will help to identify pathological changes at an early stage, when a complete cure is still possible.
Infection with the virus occurs more often through sexual contact,however, other options are possible. If ingested, he may not show himself for a very long time. As a rule, papillomas appear with a decrease in general and local immunity, as well as hormonal failures. They occur under stress, strong emotional experiences, chronic and severe diseases.
Often, papillomas appear during pregnancywomen first and last time in their lives. A decrease in immunity and a change in the hormonal background lead to the activation of a long-dormant virus. He does not affect the bearing of the baby.
But the human papilloma virus and pregnancyall the same can have some unpleasant consequences. Infection of the child is possible during labor and the appearance of his papillomatosis of the larynx. Nevertheless, the presence of a virus in active form in the genital organs of the mother is not an indication to the caesarean section. Especially since infection can occur before delivery.
It is done only with condylomas of largesizes that will prevent delivery. Basically, they try to remove them during pregnancy surgically immediately after the appearance and not allow their rapid growth. To conduct the same antiviral therapy during this period can not, because the drugs used are harmful to the fetus.
Therefore, the appearance of cervical cancer is especially dangerous,which can provoke human papilloma virus. Since adequate treatment can not be carried out, the issue of abortion in case of bad smears on cytology, which regularly give up during the bearing of the child, can be raised. In each case, the decision is made by the doctor, guided by the results of colposcopy, a biopsy and the period on which the woman is.
Thus, this virus isa widespread and mostly harmless disease. However, some of its types contribute to the onset of malignant process, especially on the cervix and anogenital region. If they are found in humans, then it should be regularly inspected. During pregnancy, the virus is often activated because of decreased immunity and increased levels of sex hormones.</ p>>