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Please help! Genital Warts from HPVHello, I am a 24 year old female and I have had HPV for 1 year. My husband also has it, and we both have genital warts. Mine are internal (vagina) and his are external close to the head of his penis. I would like to know how to treat both of our conditions at the same time. I dont feel any itching, pain or sensitivity from them, however my husband does experience irritation and some itching. I have given my husband Thuja 30c, once per day for 6 days. On day 3, his warts became worse than ever, and by day 5 they were drying up, scabbing over, and look to be going away. What should my treatment plan for him be now? Should he continue with the Thuja or take a dose monthly to make sure that the warts don't reoccur? And how do you think I should treat my own HPV and internal genital warts? I have been taking Staphysagria 200ch for a Chalazion on my eyelid, so I will wait till its gone before I start treatment. I really appreciate any advice. Thank you!
organikagirl on 2008-03-01
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♡ girilal last decade
Hello Girilal, thanks for your post. Your advice is 'take Antimony Tartrum 30 and Causticum 30, once a day but each medicine on alternate days.' And you recommend eating raw thuja at the same time. My question is: how long should I take the Antimony Tartrum and Causticum for? And also, where can I buy raw thuja? Thanks.
organikagirl last decade
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