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Homeopathy for warts when trying for a baby

For the last few months I have been suffering from a wart on the entrance to my vagina. I have been numerous times to my local hospital for it be be freezed which was not only painful but after several treatments it still comes back. For the last couple of weeks I have been using a thuja oil which is applied directly to the wart and it is starting to go, albeit very slowly! My husband and I are desperate for a baby; the bottle states that oil should not be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Are there any homeopathic remedies I can take during pregnancy if it happens to come back? Any information would be greatly appreciated as I am finding it really difficult to get any advice
 
  cs1980 on 2005-11-03
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You are advised to apply almost 20 drops of thuja Q mixed in water inner and external part of your vagina. You should take thuja 3o orally on the alternate days. No ointment/oily application is allowed in pregnancy. Report after using for a fortnight.
 
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