genital warts on head of penisHello,
I have some fleshy genital warts on the head of my penis. Particularly, they are located on the opening of my penis - which I believe is called the meatus. They flank both the left and right sides. I have had these since October of 2008, as I contracted them from a female who had genital warts. I looked on the forum and I noticed some advice would be to apply tincture with thuja. Would this be the proper remedy? I have had this for over a year now, and this is something that I would like to rid myself of completely. Please let me know what I should take. Thank you.
rfb9913 on 2010-01-24
One dose means
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If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 3-4 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
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♥ kadwa last decade
I am a smoker, aged 42 years. 81 kgs, 5'11', non vegetarian. I also consume 180 ml( 3 pegs) to 4pegs of whiskey daily in the evenings. After going through the posts I realized that it the self body immune which will get me rid of this.So I have started taking one revital daily and is generally trying to take good food. I used to workout in the gym a year ago daily for 1.5 hrs and have started it again. I am also borderline diabetic. please help.I have kept away from sex all these days.
slow turn 7 years ago
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