genital wart,anemia,atopic dermatishello sir/madam,
i am suffering from anemia since almost 10 years.my condition is a little stable this year. i also suffer from atopic dermatis. Another problem that
i am suffering from since 2 years is a genital wart.
I am 33 year old and unmarried woman.
i have never been under allopathic medication.
i took treatment under a homeopath for the last 2 years and my condition is much better due to that.My main cause of anxitey is the genital wart.
My doctor told me it would vanish in 6 months time but it has not .
I told my doc repeteadly
but he concentrated on my anemia and on the atopic dermatis rather than the genital wart.
i am fed up coz of that and i stopped going to him.I have not tried
any allopathic medicines for the wart as i know it will be dangereous.
I was asked to take tuja by my friends but i dont want to experiment without having
(the comments made on me during childhood remained in me for a long time and i had worng opinions about people and the society.
After my doc advised me and treated me i am now out of that problem.
i dont like sweets and tangy things.i am very sensitive and when people dont understand my intentions it hurts me.
i also have problems taking decisions and i hear my friends say that i am a confused person.)
I want to get married but have been postponing the issue since 2 years as i fear the wart is contagious and will harm my partner.
Can i hope to get some help from any of the doctors regarding this matter?
sensitive on 2009-05-22
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