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hpv warts

I am a 28 year old healthy female, who has internal warts caused by HPV both in my vagina and anus. I have had them surgically removed, and they have recently come back. I am looking for other ways to get rid of them, as I am getting desperate at this point. This virus is ruining my life! I have been reading about Thuja, Antimonium crudum, and Nitric, but am wondering what option is best for me to start with (or a mix) and in what doses. Thanks in advance for any help!
 
  NE1983 on 2012-04-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Have you posted before. I feel like I have seen this exact same post, word for word.

Homoeopathy does not have specific 'wart' remedies. The virus must be eliminated from your system by removing any obstacles or weaknessess in your health that are stopping this from happening. This can only be done through proper holistic treatment (taking the whole case, head to toe, inside and out, mind and body).

David Kempson
Professional Classical Homoeopath
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
No, I have not posted here before. I happened to stumble across this site today, so I joined and posted. Sorry! I understand that....that's why I posted for advice.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Strange. I know I have seen a post so similar to this one it is uncanny. No problem with that I just asked in case you had already received advice from someone here.

I can attempt to offer suggestions for treatment, if you are willing to go through the long process of case-taking. I can post what I call an intake form, you fill that in to the best of your ability, and then we go from there.

The important thing here is that we sort out all your health problems, because in our understanding they all come from the one place, so cure of one means they must all be cured.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Yes, at this point I am more than willing to do anything!
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Ok great, that is a good attitude.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR GIVING YOUR CASE


Go through each problem one at a time giving a full description of what happens, what pains and sensations you get, what makes it worse and what makes it better, the history of the complaint including when it started and what was happening around that time.

Write a separate section for each problem. Cover even the smallest problems you have.

If any of your symptoms occur together, or immediately before or after one another this is important to note as well.

Do not give single word or short sentence descriptions. The more information you give the better I will be able to help.

Do not read up on the remedies and discuss them. Do not attempt to use the Remedy Finder program on this site. Try to keep yourself apart from all the information about remedies on the internet. Such research on your part actually makes it harder to find the right remedy for you not easier.

Whenever you describe a sensation or pain, try to help me to imagine having that same pain. For example, what would have to happen to me to recreate that symptom?

Allow yourself to diverge if you wish. If discussing the problem brings up any emotional or mental issues, then discuss them.

Do not edit your report, except for spelling mistakes. It is important that even if you use the wrong word, you write that. You can correct yourself in the next sentence.

If you have not done this by the time you have covered your problems, discuss the problems you have generally had in your life. What have been the big traumas, the big issues for you? Where have you felt unable to change, where do you get stuck repeating the same behaviours?

Also discuss the issues you might have had in childhood. Talk about your family, your upbringing, your parents. What kind of child were you? What did you fear, what did you aspire to, what do you remember the most?

Lastly talk about the way in which you handle or cope with your problems. What are the patterns that reoccur in your life? How do you find yourself managing your problems, even if it is not successful? To what degree do your problems affect you? How do you think everything will work out in the end for you?

Also answer these general health questions, if you have not already discussed them:

1. What foods do you crave or hate?

2. What drinks do you crave or hate?

3. Does any food or drink have a negative effect on you?

4. What is your sensitivity to the temperature and weather?

5. What is your physical energy like? What activities seem to raise or lower it?

6. What is your sexual desire like? Are there any problems in this area you feel comfortable talking about?

7. What is your sleep like, what problems do you have with it?

8. What issues do you have around your menstrual cycle (if a woman)?

9. What dreams tend to reoccur in your life, or have reoccurred previously? If not a specific whole dream, what images or situations tend to crop up?

There will almost certainly be more questions from me after this to clarify and to explore further.

David Kempson
Professional Classical Homoeopath
Dip.Hom.Med.1994
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Mon, 16 Apr 2012 01:49:04 BST]
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Here's my questionnaire:

If you have not done this by the time you have covered your problems, discuss the problems you have generally had in your life. What have been the big traumas, the big issues for you? Where have you felt unable to change, where do you get stuck repeating the same behaviours?
One huge problem in the last couple of years, has been an undiagnosed, unexplained right sided numbness that comes and goes. My family has a history of MS, and I was scared to death that that was going to be my diagnosis. It is increasingly getting fewer and far between, so I feel as though it was a viral thing. The most significant problem, and one that has affected me greatly is the end of two significant relationships due to a lack of sex. I am only 28, but have had a 5 year relationship end due to infidelity on his part, and just had a 3 year relationship end because of a lack of sex. I feel as thought this wart problem greatly contributes to how I feel about myself in the bedroom, and I need to overcome it, but have felt unable to change it, as I cannot get them to go away.

Also discuss the issues you might have had in childhood. Talk about your family, your upbringing, your parents. What kind of child were you? What did you fear, what did you aspire to, what do you remember the most?
I have no complaints about my family upbringing. My parents were very loving, and happy in their relationship, and they always showed that love to my sisters and I. My mother was religious, but my father was not openly religious. I grew up on a farm, so hard work was expected, but I believe that is one reason that I am as motivated as I am today. I couldn’t have asked for a better upbringing, in my opinion. When I was a child, I think I feared death. I aspired to go to college, have a family, have a successful career. I remember fishing trips with my dad and vacations with my grandparents the most.

Lastly talk about the way in which you handle or cope with your problems. What are the patterns that reoccur in your life? How do you find yourself managing your problems, even if it is not successful? To what degree do your problems affect you? How do you think everything will work out in the end for you?
I feel that I cope with most problems generally well. I try not to stress myself out too much, and like to have the mindset that everything happens for a reason. I have been unhappy at my job for over a year, and am not having any luck finding a new one; however, have decided that if I show up with a better attitude, most days will go better. I am not one to give up on people or problems, and work my best to solve problems.

Also answer these general health questions, if you have not already discussed them:

1. What foods do you crave or hate?
I love cheese, Mexican food, and macaroni and cheese. There are not too many foods that I hate, but BBQ is not a favorite.


2. What drinks do you crave or hate?
I generally drink a lot of water. Sometimes crave a big glass of milk or a nice cold beer. Again, can’t think of a drink that I hate.

3. Does any food or drink have a negative effect on you?
Not that I have been able to pinpoint, although I have been diagnosed with IBS recently and feel that some foods may be affecting my digestive system negatively.

4. What is your sensitivity to the temperature and weather?
I am most generally cold. I wear a jacket and run my heater at work. I am 5’10 and 115 pounds, so as most people say, I “don’t have much meat on my bones”.

5. What is your physical energy like? What activities seem to raise or lower it?
I feel that most days, my energy is good. I am often tired, but don’t know whether that is due to my early work schedule or something else (I was diagnosed with a very low iron level a year ago, so am taking a supplement every other day).

6. What is your sexual desire like? Are there any problems in this area you feel comfortable talking about?
I feel as though I have a sexual desire, that I am unable to fulfill, due to how I feel about myself sexually. I feel gross, I have a discharge that doctors say is just hormonal, and these warts. Sex is painful due to what I am assuming is a wart vaginally (although no doctor can see anything wrong), and feel like I have been a let down to the 2 men that I dated for years. This was the main reason for my last breakup and I would do anything to change it. I feel like a failure when it comes to being able to have a healthy sexual relationship with someone, and for that reason, am scared to date anyone new. Find myself just begging to have my partner back, as he knew me, sexually.

7. What is your sleep like, what problems do you have with it?
I love my sleep and try to get 8 hours per night most nights. I generally don’t have problems, but have been tossing and turning recently.

8. What issues do you have around your menstrual cycle (if a woman)?
I have been diagnosed with endometriosis, so am on a continuous birth control pill to prevent my cycle. Since February, this has been successful for me.

9. What dreams tend to reoccur in your life, or have reoccurred previously? If not a specific whole dream, what images or situations tend to crop up?
I don’t tend to recall my dreams, but one that reoccurs and totally freaks me out is my teeth falling out in some manner.

Thank you in advance for any help you can give me!
 
NE1983 8 years ago
So apart from the warts and some occasional numbness, you have no symptoms of any sort?

When you say the problem was lack of sex, what exactly was the problem for you around that?
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
No, I would say I am a generally healthy, active person. The warts are itchy, and painful with a bowel movement or with sex.

As far as lack of sex, he felt that he came onto me and was turned down so many times that he was going to leave the entire sexual relationship up to me. Sex became painful for me, because of what is on the one side in there (I am assuming a wart), so it wasn't something I enjoyed very much, and I kind of just gave up. I felt like he didn't understand why I didn't want to have sex, and wasn't supportive of the fact that it was painful, even though he is probably the one that gave me HPV.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Oh and the IBS...I feel like immediately after I eat, I need to have a bowel movement. My stomach just starts growling. That's the only other illness.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
IBS usually has a lot of symptoms associated with it - bloating, flatulence, diarrhea or constipation (or both), frequent urging etc. What symptoms define your IBS?


What kind of pain occurs during sex? Is it only sex that does that?

Describe more on feeling 'gross' in terms of your sexuality.

What kind of discharge do you get? When exactly does it happen? What does it look like? What is its consistency, smell, colour etc?

What seems to be keeping you awake at night?

What symptoms of endometriosis do you have? If the pill is suppressing those symptoms, can you tell me what they were before treatment?

Can you be more descriptive about the dream of teeth falling out? How it happens, what you do etc?
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
As I said, with my IBS, I feel like I could have a bowel movement soon after everytime I eat. It is a normal bowel movement in terms of consistency. Gas and bloating are some of my symptoms as well.

The type of pain that I feel during sex is like something is being rubbed raw, an occasionally, I have had small amounts of bright red blood (as if it were rubbed raw) post sex. Yes, generally only caused by sex. Otherwise, I just feel as if something is there. Sometimes a tingling itchiness.

I think it is this virus and the discharge that makes me feel gross. The discharge has been present probably since I was 18. It is a constant clear to white colored discharge that I feel has a smell depending on where I would be at with my cycle. As I said, I have been told it is hormonal, but it is to the point where I have to wear a pantyliner daily.

Not sure what is keeping me awake. My ex broke things off 3 months ago, but continues to send me messages here and there. I have my hopes that things will work out even though I probably deserve better, but feel that he is just messing with my mind. I think the stress of that situation probably keeps me awake to some extent.

I had an unexplained tailbone pain for quite some time, and have endometriosis in the family, so I had a laparascopy to rule that out. They found some scar tissue back by my tailbone, and lasered it out, which didn't help the tailbone pain. The pill is basically just a preventative measure as far as the scar tissue, so I don't become infertile. I don't suffer from any endometriosis symptoms at this point, and the pill has been successful at suppressing my cycle.

It has been a while since I had the teeth falling out dream, so I can't remember details, but I don't think that the same thing happens each time. They are different situations that make my teeth fall out. I remember them all starting with just one tooth, then moving on to more and more while I am helpless and mortified.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Ok something you need to understand about homoeopathy is that the details are the way in which we determine which one of the 5000+ medicines you need. Most other therapies are happy to just name the condition, but this isn't helpful in homoeopathy.

So if you name a symptom, try to give all the odd little details about it you can.

Regarding the IBS:

How soon after eating do you have an urge to pass stool?

Is it all food?

What is the smell of the flatus?

When does the bloating occur?

What smell does the discharge have?

What is the stress of the situation with your ex-bf exactly? What do you think about at night regarding it? How is he messing with your mind?

Are you suppressing your cycle permanently? How long have you been doing that for? What is the reason for doing this if there are no endometriosis symptoms?
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
I do understand, but my MAIN concern is getting rid of these warts.

I would say it is probably 30 minutes after I eat. I haven't quite spotted a pattern in whether it is related to what I eat or not. My stomach just starts rolling shortly after eating, and I get gasey. Th flatus is pretty smelly.

The discharge has what I would say is an unpleasant smell. I am not sure how to describe it further.

The stress of the situation is the fact that he keeps contacting me and giving me chances to make it work, but he has been pretty forward with the fact that he is going out on dates and seeing other people. That, in my opinion means that he isn't very interested in working things out with me, so I think to an extent he is just trying to keep me around. I just think about how I can make things right, as it really bothers me that things had to be this way after three years, but I know that I should let things go. Kinda a head vs. heart thing if you will.

Yes, I am suppressing my cycle permanently until I am ready to have children. I am not sure how familiar you are with the disease, but everytime you have a cycle, you are allowing scar tissue to form, which can lead to irreversible infertility problems in the long wrong, so this is the way to go for a person my age.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
I have treated quite alot of endometriosis with success. Suppresing your menses however will be causing other serious health issues for you in the long term. It would be better to cure the condition, as suppressing your cycle with the pill may also make it difficult or even impossible to fall pregnant later on without extensive intervention. So the symptoms I can use, to cure the whole complex of problems you have. This would mean the endo would be cured as well.

The symptoms of previous diseases, even if they are not currently expressing themselves, are part of the history of disease in the patient, that forms a larger picture for us. The experience of homoeopaths is that people experience the same problem over and over, but simply in different parts of the body.

There is no way to get rid of the warts without dealing with the underlying cause of all your health problems. The warts are just one small aspect of that bigger problem. In fact it will be the least helpful part of it for determining treatment.

I will have to assume those symptoms in your IBS are of no use to me. All of our odour symptoms are much mores specific - 'fishy' 'rotten meat' 'like onions' 'like urine' etc. Broad undifferentiated descriptions don't help.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Ok...so how do we start to cure the whole complex? Do you have enough info?
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Are you going to continue to help me?
 
NE1983 8 years ago
You just need to give me the symptoms you had before you started taking the pill.

The reason I am pushing for more information is that so far we don't have a lot to differentiate between remedies. I am looking for the clues that will mean a more confident prescription.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Symptoms as far as what before taking the pill? I have been on the pill since I was 18, the only thing that changed for the endometriosis was the continuous pill.
 
NE1983 8 years ago
Are you not going to help me? I have done my best to provide you everything you need, and will be willing to provide you more if needed. I would like to start a remedy soon. If not, I will repost, and hope that someone will be willing to help me.
 
NE1983 8 years ago

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