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What are HPV infections, and how common are they? HPV infections are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV infections are the most common sexually transmitted infections. It is estimated that in Switzerland 70 to 80 percent of the population at some point in their lives an HPV infection, and that infected 14 to 16 percent of 16-25jährigen with the HPV virus. Various medical conditions depending on virus type There are many different types of papillomaviruses. The are numbered (ie about HPV type 16). About 40 of them can lead to changes in the genital area and the anus. Some calls warts (genital warts) produced. Very often extend the infection without symptoms and therefore undiagnosed. What can be the consequences? The vast majority of infections – 90 percent – heal without treatment and without consequences within two years. After years different types of HPV can lead to cancers in the genital, anal and cervical throat.
The virus type 16 and 18 are responsible for 70 percent of the cases with cervical cancer. How are transmitted HPV virus? The viruses are most frequently transmitted during sexual intercourse, oral sex and anal sex. Rarely they can be transmitted by hand or joint use of sex toys also touching the sexual region. If you come with a Feigwarze into contact, is the risk that you infect yourself, relatively high (about 70 percent). How can I protect myself against papillomavirus? There is a vaccination against HPV, which is highly recommended for girls and young women and is under the age of 26 free. There are several vaccines; one protects against cervical cancer, a cervical cancer and genital warts. But more of that in this text. Talk to your partner / -Innen. If she had unprotected sex with other people, there is a risk that they have HPV – the risk is higher, the higher form, the number of sexual partners / was -Innen. This is true even for young people. Warts on external genitals are visible.
So look closely, whether your partner / your partner has lesions. But do not forget – if no warts are present, the virus may still exist – and contagious – be, as most cases take undetected. Safer Sex offers partial protection against HPV. Posted definitely condoms or Femidomen (female condoms). They reduce the risk of infection. If a / r of you has genital warts, the skin or mucous membrane contact with the wart has to be completely prevented by the condom, and that is depending on the seat of the wart is not always possible. Latex gloves and leak wipes offer a possible protection to the touch of sex with hands and mouth. Genital warts (genital warts, condyloma, genital warts) How common are genital warts? One hundred sexually active adults have genital warts. What are genital warts? Genital warts are pinhead-large big to several centimeters. They are flesh-colored reddish, raised whitish or gray-brownish and usually have a fissured surface.
It may be a single, but usually they occur in large numbers. Where are genital warts? In men, genital warts most commonly on the foreskin, the glans, the frenulum (frenulum), in the urethra and the penile shaft. In women they occur mainly at big and small sexual lips, the vagina, inside the vagina, the cervix and the urethra. You can also at all other points happen as the anus, rarely on the palate. Do genital warts hurt? The warts usually make no complaints. Rarely are itching, burning, or bleeding. Because they make usually no symptoms, many do not even know that they have them. How long does it take to experience symptoms? From the time of infection to the onset of genital warts pass at least four weeks, sometimes months or even years. What can be the consequences? The vast majority of infections heal without treatment and without consequences.
Not healed infections cause damage to the skin or mucous membranes and can also lead to cancer. I suspect on genital warts – what can I do? Go to the doctor / health care professional. Genital warts are treated with a cream or solution that is painted on the warts. But it may also be that the warts surgically removed with lasers with cryotherapy (a special cold treatment) or need. Your partner / your partner must necessarily also examined and treated if necessary. cervical cancer What are the symptoms? No. There is only in the late stage what. How long does it take to cancer occurs? Since, usually there are no symptoms in the virus types that cause cancer after infection, one can only guess the period (from infection to first precursors of cancer). Some scholars from 15 years.
The period can be much shorter, especially in young women. What can be the consequences? For Europe applies: cervical cancer in women between 15 and 44 the second leading cause of cancer death (breast cancer is the most common). Provisioning can save your life The gynecologist can detect changes in the cervix at the screening. It makes a small swab (called Pap smear) from the cervix, which is examined in a laboratory according to changes in the cell structure. So precursors and early stages of cancer can be detected, which are easily cured with treatment. Get vaccinated you The HPV vaccine protects you from the HPV types that cause more than 70 percent of all cervical cancers.
Dear Dr. Busse, For two days we make endless worry wg. our daughter (now 18 days old). Our 7 year old son since last week Herpes on the lip and nose! We take great care that our son as much as possible steers clear of the little ones, which of course does not always succeed. So it was on 23. 12. also for this event: Our son fässt is often in the face, so we can not rule out that he has possibly berüht his affected with herpes skin before he touched the little mouse. He wanted his sister caress and took her into his mouth, as the Small Hunger had and the breast examined. Now we worry whether this event can lead to the fact that our daughter has been infected with herpes. We are now considering strongly on whether we should go to the hospital but to possibly ask there for a blood test! How do you assess the risk?
The internet seems to be reading horrible things that infection with herpes can lead to death in a newborn. Please help us with your advice on! How should we behave now on? What symptoms is possibly to be expected (fever blisters) ? ! Thank you so much! Marti-Matt on 25. 12. 2013 Answer: Re: lip / nose herpes for newborn life-threatening? Dear M. ,
Relax! Your little one has most likely a nest protecting you and a serious herpes infection is apart from the infection of genital herpes the mother during birth an absolute rarity. All the best! Reply Dr. Andreas Busse on 25/12/2013 Similar questions to pediatrician Dr. buses – Baby and Child Health: Hello Dr. buses, this is possibly a “stupid” question but I’d rather play it safe. I have about 1 times in cold sores. I am in the 9th months pregnant and now I have washed all the baby stuff. This morning I had a fairly dry upper lip and . .
. Ankup 21/08/2011 Tags: newborn, lips Good day, my daughter (23 months) has repeatedly correct blue lips (not just a little, but almost all the way down to his chin and high up to the nose) and cold hands. Very often the after nap as though she has been lying under the blanket. She arrived in the birthplace . . . Dolmadakia 09/12/2013 Keywords: lips Dear Dr. med. Coach, I hope you can help me further.
My friends finally have a child, now is the baby heart disease and has only 1 kidney, which is also very weak. Can you please empfeheln where you can turn to with such problems. The . . . Ekaterina black 01. 12. 2013 Keywords: Newborn Hello, my daughter (3 years old) were found Yersinia. Also a check-up after 10 days resulted in solid defecation still Yersinia. I will release the sibling in the next few days. How dangerous are the Yersinia for the baby and for .
. . pflaume79 22. 11. 2013 Keywords: Newborn Good day sir buses, my husband has a lip ne little inflammation around 5 mm are likely from an inflamed beard comes but I also prefer cold sores into consideration. My husband had in the last 10 years maybe 2 times a bubble, I . . . Nina5223 22. 11. 2013
Keywords: lips Dear Dr. Busse, my 10 days old was today. For some time with my parents Following on much that my father has a cold sore on your mouth. He cuddled the little ones and even kissed him. What I now have to pay? How long is . . . mini-naddel 19/11/2013 Keywords: Newborn Hi, One of my now 8 months old twins (born in 35. ssw) makes me worry unfortunately something.
It came with a pda in the world and had initial breath misfires seizures with zyanostischen. By 3 months he was to us in the heart clinic. There was found the . . . niti0206 06/11/2013 Keywords: lips My daughter is now 8. 5 months old and she has very often the tongue between the lips, especially if they play or the mouth is slightly open. The physiotherapist at babyschwimmen has recently said “tongue clean” Has what can this mean a sign . . . Pepsi06 10/23/2013
Keywords: lips Dear Dr. Busse, my son is 2 weeks old, from 8th to 9th day he got almost overnight a hemangioma on her face, about 1×1 mm in size, about 1 cm from the right corner of his mouth. Although it is no longer grown in the meantime, but feels slightly increased. Our . . . simoneva 10/20/2013 Keywords: Newborn Good day, I do not in the last weeks 2 times noticed that my son (21 months) had bluish lips slightly, even as also around the mouth. But then I realized that he had Icy cold feet and hands. He was previously a few minutes to the fresh air. At the second time .
. . carolin1986 04/10/2013 Keywords: lips The last 10 questions for Dr. med. Andreas Busse
Mach times “Ahh! ” Infections of the mouth come in children sometimes BananaStock / RYF In and on a small child’s mouth at times adventurous things play from: blisters on the tongue, coverings in the buccal cavity, ulcers on the mucosa. This is not unusual, because in infancy travels so just about everything in the mouth, which is not screwed. And whether by sweets from the street or building blocks of other children – infection dangers lurk everywhere. Usually the immune system is armed against many pathogens. But sometimes it may yet lead to infections. In addition, there are other oral mucosal changes. Some common include: Oral thrush If oral thrush is an infection of the oral mucosa by yeasts, the child relates preferably in infancy. “When babies drink worse than usual at the breast or from the bottle, which can be the first sign,” says Dr.
Barbara Teichmann, pediatrician from Leipzig and spokeswoman for the National Association of Child and Adolescent Physicians Saxony. It is characteristic of the infection that form whitish, creamy layers on the tongue or in the cheek pouches. These yeasts are generally problematic, they even belong to a functioning oral flora. If the immune system but weakened, for example by a previous antibiotic treatment, the fungus can proliferate. Since thrush is contagious, parents should definitely pay attention to enhanced hygiene. “The immune system of a healthy adult keeps the fungus in the mouth in check,” said Teichmann. But adults can pass on the fungus, for example by lick the pacifier and put the child in the mouth. Thrush should examine a doctor in any case. “The relevant bodies are ausgepinselt with an anti-fungal gel,” said Teichmann. Treatment with the antifungal drug should consistently unless carried out as recommended by the doctor. Cold sores The first infection – caused by the herpes simplex 1 virus (HSV-1) – is often symptomless. In rare cases, when the initial infection but also to a distinct disease with blisters in the mouth and fever.
But no matter how the first meeting with herpes runs: The viruses remain in the body and can become active again during stress or other illnesses. Experts estimate that there are already at 80 percent of the biennial antibodies against HSV-1 in the blood. This means that they have undergone a herpes infection. “Many do not realize that they carry the virus. But it is one of the most common infections in children, “said Children Dentist Dr. Jacqueline Esch from Munich. Especially dangerous the virus for newborns is: Come with herpes blisters in contact, there may be a life-threatening infection. “Why should wear adults with herpes shortly after birth a surgical mask if they have contact with the baby,” says Teichmann. Later cold sore is no longer as dangerous, but extremely uncomfortable – and easily transferable. “In most cases, it starts with a tingling in the lips,” explains Teichmann the course. “Then a bubble developed. Once this split open, fluid escapes, it’s contagious. “Therefore advises the expert to increased awareness and hygiene.
Moreover, small children should not be in the day care center or kindergarten – even if they show other than the cold sores no other symptoms. To quickly take the little ones in kindergarten toys or bottles of the other in the mouth. “Since the risk of transmission is too large. ” The child must not everybody cold sore to the doctor if it otherwise has no signs of illness. This is important, however, in babies when the bubbles occur in sensitive areas such as near the eyes, and if further symptoms to come, such as fever. aphthous Canker sores are small, yellow-whitish specks or bubbles on red background. You can be extremely painful and attack the buccal mucosa, but also the tongue, palate or gums. Aphthous ulcers may occur repeatedly. The causes are not entirely clear. The trigger several factors may play a role: “Some people get stress, others after drinking citrus or small mucosal injury,” said Children Dentist Esch. “It often affects children, and whose parents suffer less. ”
If canker sores on for the first time, parents should the child to the doctor to rule out other diseases. The sores usually disappear after one to two weeks of alone. “For the pain, especially when eating and drinking, pediatricians often prescribe a gel with easy local numbing agent,” said Teichmann. Hand, foot and mouth disease The hand, foot and mouth disease is a common viral infection in children. The disease with the unusual name causes sores in the mouth and – one or two days later – even lesions on the hands and feet. “Typical are reddish spots and small nodules on the palms and soles,” says Teichmann. Sometimes it can also occur on the buttocks, knees or elbows. The pediatrician can diagnose the disease and rule out other diseases. In many children, the infection runs harmless and lasts for about one week ago. As with mouth ulcers but often falls affected children eating and drinking difficult. Teichmann: “this disease is treated similarly to the trench mouth with a pain relieving gel. I recommend cool, smooth foods.
Pay particular attention to drink plenty of fluids, such as in the form of cold milk. “