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anal warts

I have been treating genital (penis) and anal warts since August 2007. My anal warts are still present. I have had a little success with tea tree oil, but I don't think I will see any more improvement. So I want to try a homeopathic remedy, such as thuja, if suggested.
The warts are internal and external and are not very extensive. I wouldn't describe them as cauliflower, although there are some that are grouped together. Some pain from the internal wart when have bowel movement. External warts are more like ridges than round warts. No pain or sensitivity except occasionally from the internal wart.

Thank you for any advice.
 
  natureheals on 2008-02-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Try Antimony Crudum and Antimony Tartrum both 30C in cycles.
 
girilal last decade
Are they dry,
Are they flat,
Are they itching,
Are they moist,
Are they senstive,
Are they sore,
Are they sore on touching,
Are they stitching,
Are they suppurating.
Any other complaint any where in the body.
if it is not possible for you to answer the above then try Thuja both internally and externally.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
Dear Nature Heals.

There are at least 20 remedies listed for this specific complaint, and probably more unlisted. The correct prescription would therefore have to be based upon a full case taking rather than one specific symptom, as one remedy will not do for another.
 
Mr Organon last decade
Dr. sajjad is right Thuja is a miasmatic and deep acting remedy it covers almost majority of cases.

dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
I am not sure how to answer if they are dry or moist. I would side with moist because of the location and the fact that I perspire a lot.
not flat.
do not itch unless medication, such as aldara cream makes them itch.
some may be considered sensitive.
not sore unless I pass a hard stool.
not sore on touching.
not suppurating.
I don't know what stitching refers to.
other bodily complaints: sore shoulder joints, difficulty falling asleep, mild depression of the last 6 months - year. No depression currently.

what type of thuja, amount and how often should I take both internally and externally?

Thank you for your swift reponses.
 
natureheals last decade
Thuja 30c,2-3 drops in a little water atleast twice daily and apply thuja cream or ointment externally.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
Try raw thuja

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I recommended Antimony because mostly anal warts are HPV nature.
 
girilal last decade
How long should I take thuja 30c and apply the cream? Also, I have had some success with tea tree oil. Can I continue to use this with thuja?

will thuja help with hard warts?
 
natureheals last decade
For hard warts, Antimony
 
girilal last decade
'Dr. sajjad is right Thuja is a miasmatic and deep acting remedy it covers almost majority of cases.'

So are each of the other 20, and Thuja is not indicated in every case of Sycosis, or this complaint.

Individuality leads to the correct prescription, not uniformity.
 
Mr Organon last decade
Should I use thuja extract or thuja cream externally? Do you recommend a product?
 
natureheals last decade

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