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warts and hpv

My son was battling warts for a couple of years. They were the hard crusty ones. I took him to a dermatologist. We used beetle juice and later we froze them. Neither worked. I purchased virasal (which was very expensive), used it twice a day and that didn't work either. They just kept growing. Then I heard it was a good idea for boys to get the hpv shot to protect them against genital warts. About 2-3 weeks after his second shot, he was completely wart free. Something to think about.
  kmiyam1 on 2012-04-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If you understand anything about
homeopathy -you know that vaccines
are not looked upon as good for you.

Sounds like your son had HPV. and I
have had relatives cured of that virus
with Vitamin C and other things boosting
the immune systems.

Glad he feels ok, but here in USA they
are trying to give that vaccine to
everyone, whether they have the virus
or don't have it and many people have
bad reactions.

Totally in opposition to what homeopathy is about- raising your
vital force so that your own body
works right and protects you.
simone717 last decade
Fruitful comments Simone! Please keep up the good work. May God Bless You.
nawazkhan last decade

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