Genital Warts on ScrotumHello,
This is very embarassing, but I believe I have contracted genital warts. I first noticed a bump on the shaft of my penis about 7 months ago. I thought it was an ingrown hair or something. However, it didn't go away after picking at it. After doing reseach online I found out about the apple cider vinegar test and remedy. I applied ACV to the bump and it turned white. From what I was reading online, I was to keep applying ACV to the wart via a cotton ball with some sort of adhesive. I used a cottonball and band-aids. What's weird, is that as soon as I started this treatment, suddenly I had an outbreak - 1-2 smaller warts formed around the wart i was treating and I also had a rash break out in the crease between my groin and my inner thigh which was painful. I applied ACV there as well. Time passed and all went away. Now, 7 months later, I notice another bump. I apply ACV and it turns white. After two days of the treatment, a breakout occurs around the wart. I notice this becuase when i remove the cotton swab i notice more whitish areas around it. I therefore apply a bigger swab of cotton with ACV and the immidiate area around where the first wart was starts behaving the same as the wart with ACV applied. Except this time as opposed to the first it scabs heavily and takes longer to heal - about 2 weeks total. Also, more warts appear on the other side of my shaft. During the new outbreak on the other side of my shaft, I suddenly notice a redish rash on my testicles which is sore to the touch. I apply ACV and it burns like a mother&$%^&. I eventually ended up wrapping my entire penis in paper towels soaked in acv and I no longer have any presence of warts. However, I'm going on a month with my testicles. Here's how it goes. I soak a papertowel in ACV and wrap my testicles in it. At first it burns so bad i can only tolerate the pain for at most 2 hours. The next day, the area i treated becomes darker, wrinkly, and dry.. almost glossy. When I apply more ACV in the manner posted previously it burns but the intensity is much less and I can sleep with it in place. The day after, it scabs and peels away only to reveal redness. I then repeat the process. I am now on my fourth round of this and even though it looks less red and is less irratiable than when I began, I still go through all the stages. Intense burn first night, mediocre burn and dry up/darkening of area second night, peeling of skin/mediocre burn third night, and then it starts over again, but it seems that each time the infected area decreases.
I just applied another ACV soaked paper towel and it burned so bad that I need to look at other remedies. I've already ordered 1 x 2 Oz. Liquid Dilutions Thuja Occidentalis 30C per a post I read regarding this same issue and I this post is mostly to post my results and for those in the know to consult me and help me along the way should complications arise and to provide insight into other treatment methods.
this really sucks ass! I never thought this would happen to me, yet here I am.
Thanks in advance for your insights and information. Hopefully this will be over with soon.
frank78 on 2008-08-14
♡ deoshlok last decade
With any luck, if this is the right remedy , a 10M will cause horrible aggravations.
sameervermani last decade
I just went out and bought some garlic pills which i am now taking 3 a day of. I am also still applying the apple cider vinegar (as well as ingesting a table spoon a day), but due to the it being on my scrotum, i was only able to apply it to the area before i go to bed which isn't long. I became creative and found a way to keep the paper towel covering my entire scrotum for long periods of time which i will start doing tomorrow. I hope this works. If all else fails I've also orderd a home remedy from a company which i will post on my next update.
Any other suggestions?
PS - This sucks!
frank78 last decade
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