trifold brochure HPV and teenagers based on paper done previously

Posted: September 4th, 2013


●Sexual education among the teens on sexual behavior and how they should behave

● Teach the youth and other people of the effects of sexual promiscuity.

● Teach them of how to use sexual protection methods such as condoms to protect themselves they are to have sex.

●However, preach abstinence among the teenagers to avoid cases of sexual diseases and unwanted pregnancies.

●Ensure that infected persons are asked to bring their partners for examination to prevent the spread.








Resource information


● Barrasso, R., & World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics. (1998). Genital warts: Treatment with the immune response modifier “imiquimod”. Abingdon: Carfax.


● National Institutes of Health (U.S.). (1998). Genital warts. Bethesda, Md: National Institutes of Health

● Stanley, M. A., Sterling, J. C., & Sonnex, C. (2010). The management of genital warts in primary care. Chipping Norton: Bladon Medical.




HPV and teenagers


Description of The Disease

● Genital warts or Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is curable with modern medicine options.

● Spread by sexual contact in the mouth, anus or vagina. It presents itself in the form of flesh like warts, which look like cauliflower.

● HPV manifests itself in sexually active individuals, as they are involved in sexual activities (Stanley, Sterling, & Sonnex, 2010).

●Teenagers have likelihood of exposure due to their sexual curiosity in experimenting sexually.



● The disease is treatable in any registered health institution across the country.

● The disease is chargeable on the costs of the Medication and the types of treatment, which vary from one individual depending on the level of the disease.

● In any public hospital, the patient has the right to access treatment free of charge because it is considered as an infectious sexually transmitted disease.


● The public nurse has the responsibility to ensure that the patient gets the right services. In addition, she has the responsibility of following up the treatment process of the patient to ensure that the patient follows the treatment and medicine given.

●The nurse also has the ability to encourage the patients (National Institutes of Health, 1998).


Treatment through by physical medical examination

Medical Screening for women to find if an individual has the disease

Treatment should only be done by a registered medical doctor and not with the use of pharmacy medicine.

Medicine includes use of creams and tablets such as Imiquimod (Aldara)

Podophyllin and podofilox (Condylox)

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA)

Treatment options also include •Cryosurgery

• Electro burning of the tissue to prevent the spread and growth of the warts.

•Laser therapy

•Surgery to remove the warts

● Ensure that the patient is accompanied by his or her sexual partners such that they get treatment as well and prevent them from spreading the deadly infection.


Constant follow-ups with the official medical doctor or the public nurse to make sure that the patient recovers

Ensure that the patient uses the given medicine as directed by the medical doctor

Follow-up should include medical examination to ensure the full treatment of the disease by means of physical examination (Barrasso, & World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1998)

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