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Facial warts- skin tags

I'm a 31 year old female. I have about 10 small warts on my face and several skin tags around my armpits and neck.
I've been seeing a homeopathy dr for about a year now. I had reoccuring tonsilitis and severe sinusitis, diarrhoea and pcos. I have seen a great improvement over the past year.
Since summer warts started to appear on my face. I talked to my dr and he said not to do anything yet. I've mentioned it everytime I see him, but he does not give me a solution. Maybe because I can't take 2 remedies at once??
My primary remedy is Pulsatilla 1M and 10M. I took it at the beginning and every time my symptoms flair up. On a daily basis I was given to begin with calc-kal, then months later and every 2nd day calc-carb and now calc-sulf every 2nd day.

Is there something I can do for my warts and skin tags, or will I just have to wait for the treatment to end??
  rania1403 on 2009-04-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I forgot to mention the potency for my daily remedy:
calc-sulf 6x, every second day
rania1403 last decade
Any suggestions??
rania1403 last decade

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