HPV WartsI have been diagnosed with HPV, and my doctor has prescribed Aldara. I would like to take a homeopathic approach to this first, and i am curious as to what i should take and especially how much. I have 2 big bumps (the size of a tip of an eraser about) and 3 little tiny ones. One of them itches when i work out and sweat. Any response is greatly appreciated :) thank you very much!
lady on 2004-04-07
Warts are skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which stimulates the rapid growth of cells on the outer layer of your skin. More than 60 types of HPV occur. Warts can affect any part of your body, most often your hands and feet.
A wart is a small area of hardened skin that usually has a bumpy surface. Warts come in many sizes, colors, and shapes. They can appear anywhere on the body. Kids get them most often on the hands, feet, and face. Most warts are benign (say: bih-nine), which means they won't harm your body.
Anybody can get warts, but kids get them more often than adults do. Lots of kids get warts, although some kids never get any warts at all.
Doctors really don't know why some kids get warts and other kids stay wart-free. It could be that some people's immune (infection fighting) systems (say: im-myune) make them less likely to get warts.
Homoeopathy is a system of medicine which has a different approach to disease and remedy from that of conventional or Allopathic medicine. In the Allopathic approach, medicines are used that work against diseases and their symptoms. In Homoeopathy, the symptoms of an illness are viewed as a direct manifestation of the body's attempt to heal itself and a Homoeopathic substance is given that is capable of producing similar symptoms if given to a well person. In so doing, Homoeopathic attempts to stimulate the body's own natural healing capacity with Homoeopathic remedies acting as a trigger for the body's own healing forces.
The disease is intimately associated with the life of the individual and is a result of internally concealed causes and also external causes (environment, viral and bacteriological diseases, traumatisms ).
THE MIASM; SYCOSIS
ANY TYPE OF WART DISESE IS THE AFTER EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSED GONORRHEAL POISON, MATERIAL OR NON MATERIAL ETIOLOGY eg. Inflammatory fouses,Bacterial Sensitization, medications, radiations, surgical interventions,vaccinations, family circumtances, insecurity, autoritarian.
Homoeopathy has potential to stimulate body's natural healing
capacity and to restore the disturbed immune system.
There are around 3000 homoeopathy medicines derived from various
natural resources and effective against plethora of diseases. Among
all Thuja is very frequently used homoeopathy medicines for
HPV or Warts of any kind.
Principal sycotic remedies in Homoeopathy are:
Please do not use all remedies, just select one according to your symptoms and nature.
The Following are the BIOTHERAPIC NOSODES;
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shamid last decade
I am 25 years old (originally European but I did have American partners), never had any symptoms, only my pap smear is abnormal. I was told I have mildly precancerous cells at my cervix, (caused by HPV), but in 95% of the cases it dissappears in 2 years. But I want to get over this whole thing ASAP.
This was my first abnormal pap smear, I used to go every year before. The ladt few years I had quite a lot time discharge (itchy, smelly, white).
I am taking now Vitamin C and E, cod liver oil and horsetail, am I doing right?
I more question, am I contagoious now? The guy I was dating with me just left me because of this.
I would be very happy, if somebody could help me as my doctor wasnt so helpful.
lady25 last decade
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