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I am a 20 years old gay male and have been dealing with anal warts for the past 5 months or so. I originally went to the doctor because I noticed blood on toilet tissue and discomfort. I had cauterization surgery in mid-July shortly after discovering the problem, and recovery was extremely painful and uncomfortable. Last week (6 weeks after surgery) I went back to the doctor and the area was covered in warts again. They are inside and outside the anus, with no warts on scrotum or penis. They are pinkish/red, soft, no discharge, no bleeding, no putrid smell, a couple slightly protruding like a very small finger. I was told I need to have surgery again, but as I am a student on exchange in a foreign country until mid-November, I decided to try the non-surgical route before going under the knife again.

I have been using tea tree oil on the external area for the past week and garlic oil for the past 3-4 days. Also started taking Thuja 6C (could not find 30C, will this still work?), 3g Vitamin C, and 3g garlic pills along with a multivitamin. I will begin taking beta carotene, vitamin E, folic acid, and possibly selenium today if the doc here approves.

The external warts have shrunken sizably to perhaps half the size they were a week ago, and seem less painful, although there is some stinging which I assume is just the short-term effect of the topical treatments. I have heard good things about the use of apple cider vinegar but am wary to use this on a mucum membrane. I have heard good things about sepia, nitricum acidum, antimony crudum, and causticum. Please help!
 
  kcirsch on 2008-09-04
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I didn't realize I had warts on my anus until after I started taking Thuja for warts on my penis. I had a tiny amount of blood on toilet paper in the past, but just didn't pay any mind because it was so small of an amount. The Thuja made the area around my anus very red and itchy.

Apple cider vinegar works, but sometimes is hard to use because it can burn very bad. It never really burned on my penis, but on my scrotum and anus ouch! The warts on my scrotum are REALLY stubborn, but then again I don't apply the apple cider vinegar as long as i did to my penis which is wart free.

Anyways, i saw other recommendations to use Thuja so I tried it. Seemed to work for a while, but i still have these damned things on my scrotum and anus though they're not as bad as before.

i just ordered
biogetica dot com/hpv.html

I receive it tomorrow i'll let you know how it goes.

This all started with a tiny wart on my penis 6 weeks ago. I applied apple cider vinegar and it started to die. Then while applying the cotton swab one day i noticed there was more white areas around it. Turns out whenever I go to treat them it spreads, like it's trying to survive. The area it spread on my penis was under the skin. I treated that area and other warts popped up on my penis. I applied a paper towel around my penis and they went away, but not before it made it's way to my scrotum and my anus apparently. Today, I'm battling the ones on my scrotum and anus. I really don't want to see a doctor. I know that apple cider vinegar works, because I don't have any on my penis, but due to the sensitivity of the skin on my scrotum, I couldn't apply it for as long, which is why i think this is taking longer to get rid of the ones on my scrotum then the ones on my penis.

Good luck!

frank
 
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