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Genital wart?

I believe I may have a wart on my penis. I believe I may have had two when I was 13 years old but they went away after a year or so and I have not seen any signs since. I am now 32. I have been in a relationship for 15 years and have been only with her a she only with me. Until this latest outbreak I never gave it much thought because I had many warts on my hands and one on my face as a child. I figured that the ones on my penis just spred from my hands. Now I realize that these are two different types and the kind on my hands can't be spred to the penis. Is it possible that the HPV virus stayed dormant all these years and for some reason now has become active? Please advise.

Anyway, I have one wart like growth. It is very small and soft. It is not coliflowered or anything. But it does seem to be getting bigger. I fear it is all ready too late and that i have spred this to my Girlfriend but I still want this gone. What would be best for me. Thank you.
 
  frankie on 2005-08-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If you and your partner have been exclusive in the sex area then forget about HIV.

If you have had warts since childhood this is part of your hereditary pattern .

I would suggest that the best bet is Thuja 3x (or 6x) twice a day for about two weeks . Then stop and wait two weeks to judge result.

If there is improvement do not start again until the problem worsens .
 
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