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vaginal warts and pregnancy

I have vaginal warts and am 4 months pregnant. Is there a safe way to cure them, before the baby arrives.
 
  cameo0103 on 2004-04-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
All homeopathic remedies are safe during pregnancy.

In the absence of any other information, which may change things completely, take Thuja, if the warts don't bleed easily, or Phos if they do.
 
maria last decade
Congratulations for your newborn baby! hope everything went well. I have genital warts for over two years now and still trying everything to get rid of it. I am a male, planning to start a family and wanted to find out if you had any implication with the baby or during pregnancy. Are you and the baby fine? I am just worried about passing the HPV virus to my wife and don't want her to go through that pain and worries that you went through during pregnancy, and also don't want the baby to have any health problem after is born.

Your reply would be highly appreciated.

Thanks,

John
 
Johnny last decade

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