P testosteron and PRU (Proventricular Recombinant Vitamins) are the two main medicines that are used to treat this disease. P testosteron is a synthetic form of vitamin A, which is extracted from sheep’s wool in pharmaceutical preparations. It has been tried for the treatment of several cardiac disorders like angina and heart failure, but is found to be not very effective as compared to vitamins A, C and E.
There are several ways in which this drug can harm the kidneys or cardiovascular systems. It has been reported that some people develop kidney failure after the intake of p testosteron or its derivatives. There are certain conditions like hyperlipoproteinaemia, hypercholesterolemia, diabetes and obesity in which the drug may have to be given in low doses. Some people also suffer from liver damage while taking the p testosteron. P testosteron has also been found to be an important factor in the development of various sexually transmitted diseases (STD) like gonorrhea, Chlamydia and genital herpes.
Prenatal development: It can have adverse effects on the fetal development. The blood of women who took Prenatal Penicillin V during pregnancy showed an increased risk of uterine infection and premature delivery. In addition, it can cause defects in the sperm cell development and can increase the possibility of having a miscarriage at birth. The fetus can also suffer from birth defects such as cleft lip palate or brain tumor. Some of the babies affected by the effects of Prenatal p testosteron Penicillin V were stillborn, while others were stillborn dead.
Babies: It is well known that Prenatal Penicillin V increased the risk of birth defects in children. Prenataline forhirlang (PFO), total hemoglobin (TMB), cranial varicose veins, placental defects, congenital heart problems, kidney failure, and asthma have been found to be caused by P testosteron. Some babies affected by PFO had low birth weights. Total forhirlang had a high association with maternal cigarette smoking, but was not associated with sexual abuse. T MB had an increased risk of preterm birth, low birth weight, low birth length, and low birth size.
Men: P testosteron may be responsible for abnormalities in men too. PFO, total serum albumin, and hounulinaemia are found to be associated with a higher rate of hypokalemia in men. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) has also been linked with P. Treatment with PFO, total serum albumin, hounulinaemia, and testosteron frit has resulted in successful pregnancy.
Conclusion: Animal models suggest that P. acnes contributes to the etiology of genital warts in humans. A combination of P. acnes antigens, immunization, and azoles may be useful in the management of genital warts. Azole treatment with v rdieraf s-testosteron, total serum albumin, and hounulina may improve pregnancy rates in women with established vulvovaginitis. Discoloration of the warts may not occur, but laser surgery can remove them.