Treatment of warts
Warts are caused by a family of HPV (Human Pappiloma Virus) viruses that can multiply in the nucleus of epithelial cells. It is characteristic of the more than 130 known types that they infect only humans and attack only organs covered with epithelial tissue. Most types (more than 90% of them) are based on their low- and medium-risk carcinogenicity, but some can also cause cervical cancer.
There are two clinical forms of HPV infection:
1, papilloma – viral wart
Papilloma is a benign squamous cell carcinoma that develops as a growth, usually on the palm of the hand: this is the common wart. On the soles, the same wart grows inward, often causing great pain.
2, the appearance of the genital region
Other types of HPV are in and around the genitals (such as the labia, vagina, cervix, or penis, urethra, anus). There are several forms of appearance here:
– inflammation: non-specific inflammation in which abrasion is seen on the vulva, rectum or an uncharacteristic, dilute, possibly slightly purulent discharge from the vagina
– condyloma: a benign tumor that spreads sexually and causes growth even on a larger area, which can block the entire vagina. Its incubation period is several months. This often ignites or dies, resulting in an infinitely unpleasant flow.
– pre-cancerous condition (cervical intraepithelial neoplasia): it is not yet clear to what extent this can lead to cancer, but its development must be taken very seriously.
There are several ways to treat warts:
– topical iodine treatment
– nitrogen freezing, which must be repeated many times 2-3 times
– surgical, possibly surgical laser technique (here there is a good chance that the removal is too superficial and needs to be repeated or too deep and scar is formed)
– with a brush treatment that is usually corrosive (eg salicylic acid), which erodes the wart, but this should not always be used on the genital areas or on the face.
– a non-invasive, natural cream that acts externally, topically against warts in a completely natural way: herbs are one of the most important aids in folk medicine and, with the help of modern science and lengthy research, have created a cream called Papistop (name was created from the words apapilloma and stop).
What are your experiences with Papistop?
We can get first-hand experiences and opinions from the Internet. The opinions of others are extremely important when making decisions, especially on health issues of this nature.
Reviews of Papistop cream can be found in many places on the internet. We can start searching for reviews on the official website: by scrolling down to https://www.papistop.hu or by clicking on the “Reviews” tab in the menu, you will find the opinions of several certified customers about Papistop krém vélemény .
On other sites that can be found with a simple search by typing in the Papistop cream review keywords, we come across dozens of additional reviews.
Even browsing the various evaluations and opinions, we cannot find any users who would complain about side effects. This is also due to the fact that Papistop cream does not contain synthetic substances, only naturally occurring herbs and their extracts.
In what price range is ela Papistop cream available?
The Papistop krém ára is very easy to find. The easiest way to find out how much it costs today is to visit the official website. After typing https://www.papistop.hu in the top bar of our browser or in our search engine, the “View Prices” button will take you to the current price.
At the time of writing, the price of Papistop cream is only 9900 HUF instead of the original price (19800 HUF).
Moreover, if we buy more creams, we get gift creams: we get two gifts next to two creams, while when we buy three, we get two as gifts, so 5 pieces cost only 25900 HUF.
It is not worth looking for other channels, because the product cannot be found in pharmacies, supermarkets, other websites – or if it is, the authenticity is not guaranteed! Thus, we recommend only the official website, where in addition to the latest information, the price of Papistop cream is also current.