when are genital warts not genital warts?Good Day,
I read the what Dr. Beek had to say about why we get sick and have to agree whole heartedly.But that is not why I am writing.I would like to ask Dr. Beek if he knows anything about warts. I was diagnosed by my doctor with genital warts and tried all the creams and ointments he could shove at me with no sucess.Then I noticed I had a wart on my foot. I purchased some thuja to get rid of the wart.While speaking with someone about thuja, I was told there was different strengths available. I was using a 30ch and moved up to 200k, then I came upon 1m.Since I have been using the 1m, my genital warts are beginning to disappear. Is it possible that what I had was not genital warts but possibly warts in the genital area.Is there anyone ou there who can shed some light on this for me.It would also take a great strain off of my recently new relationship which is in jeoparody due to the diagnosis my doctor gave me.Will thuja eliminate the strain of HPV that causes genital warts or does it just go after the common wart virus? Thank you for this and I appreciate any answers you may have.Keep healthy.
toque eh? on 2008-01-29
You can take Thuja in the 1M potency internally and you can also get the Mother Tincture and swab it on the wart taking care NOT to dip the used swab back into the bottle.
Genital warts are considered a sexual transmitted disease and are particularly serious in woman as they can lead to cervical cancer.
So make sure you AND your partner are treated... regardless wheather there are visible warts or not.
Condom use does reduce your risk of acquiring many STDs including genital warts.
Wishing you and your partner the very best.
Monty1 last decade
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