Condyloma acuminata dietary taboo

   Condyloma acuminata is a disease with a generally high recurrence rate, and the main reason is the problem of the treatment method. Common clinical methods such as laser, freezing, electrocautery, and surgical resection are the main methods, and some are external chemical drugs that corrode the local warts. Simply removing the wart body fails to remove the HPV virus from the affected area, and the recurrence rate is relatively high. In addition, the recurrence of the disease has a certain relationship with daily diet and rest. So, how should patients with genital warts pay attention to their diet?   Under normal circumstances, patients with condyloma acuminata should avoid foods such as spicy, seafood, beef and mutton. Some foods are fats, not eating them can reduce the chance of disease recurrence. At the same time, some infected people will choose Chinese medicine for treatment, and the treatment of Chinese medicine will be stricter. Some foods conflict with the prescriptions of Chinese medicine and should not be eaten, such as green onion, ginger and garlic.  In daily life, patients with condyloma acuminatum can take some honey, shiitake mushrooms, etc., which is helpful to the recovery of the disease. The specific taboos should be determined according to the requirements of the attending doctor. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.