Condyloma acuminatum is a verrucous growth that grows around the anus. The disease is caused by human papilloma virus, which is caused by contact with virus-carrying objects and direct sexual contact. After infection, the disease does not occur immediately, but there is an incubation period, which lasts from one to several months. Because the disease is mainly transmitted through sexual contact, and the main location of the disease is the perianal and male and female external genitalia, the disease is currently classified as a second-class STD by the country.
Anal condyloma acuminata is tiny light gray papillary or cauliflower-shaped at first, gradually increasing, and can merge into pieces or overlap like tiles. The appearance is papillary or cauliflower-like, soft and moist, the surface is easily erosible, the lesion site has mild itching, and the secretion has a foul smell. Patients often have a history of unclean sexual intercourse, local manifestations or a positive acetic acid white test can be diagnosed.
Hemorrhoids are also called hemorrhoids. Literally, hemorrhoids mean protrusions. Any soft mass that protrudes inside and outside the anus is called hemorrhoids. The most common manifestations of hemorrhoids are blood in the anus during defecation, a soft mass coming out in severe cases, moist or itching anus, foreign body sensation in the anus, or pain from a mass outside the anus. Hemorrhoids are non-infectious, non-cancerous, and have no genetic factors.
When you notice a sudden appearance of fleshy bumps in the anus, you must seek medical advice in time to figure out whether the fleshy bumps are "condyloma acuminata" or "hemorrhoids."