Dr Kadwa please Advice for WartsI am 29, Male, Married, height 5'10", weight 170lb. I eat indian food mostly, I don't smoke or drink, I live in cold weather, I am very normal person , sleep normal, no diabetic, pressure is normal, sweat very less, thirst is less, like hot weather, don't excercise that much , clerk in profession , food attraction is normal , like sweet little bit more , mental condition is normal . I had a wart in my left index finger almost for a year. Before I did not concern about it and did not know what a wart is. After a while 4/5 months ago, I started having a small bump in my lower lips. I asked a friend who was a pharmacist, he told me that is wart. I started researching online and found out what a wart is. One of my friend burnt my lip's wart with some kind of acidic ointment( I have no idea what it was).It got burnt and fell off. The one in my finger is a cauliflower like one which was stubborn and did not get away with that acid. I kept researching online and used apple cider vinegar, duct tape. one month ago I tried Thuja 30 C pellets and also Thuja oil in the finger. The pellets I finished long ago, but kept continuing the Vinegar and Thuja oil in finger. It became black and then slowly it came out and left a hole and now I am still continuing and the hole is heeled almost. But recently I have found one small bump in my Penis skin(not in forehead), it is very small and hard to find sometimes. And the one in me lips seems like coming back again. Please advice me.
sameer322 on 2015-06-24
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