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is warts really curable through homeopathy?

Hello friends

I have genital warts. have been taking homeopathy medicines since 5 months.. saw improvement. but i would like to ask experts over here that is warts really really curable in homeopathy... by this i mean.. i would not see the warts again in life after completing the treatment???
  worried2428 on 2009-12-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
srisri last decade
thanks srisri
i am really happy to get a prompt reply from you. Here i would liek to ask , (if u have time) that i only had 1 wart 6 month ago which went in 1 day with the homeopathy, but my doctor suggested me to contiue the medicines for atleast 1 year for full satisfaction. I do have purple colour spots on my penis head,( ehic i belive is warts too). My vdrl, hiv , blood tests for all good.

do u believe i ccan get rid of this purple marks tooo.??? thanks
worried2428 last decade
It is difficult to comment without knowing the case and the treatment being given. I dont find any reason to suspect your doctor. Why do you ask? Do you normally do this?

Have you changed your lifestyle and removed the causative factors?
srisri last decade

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