Genital warts dilemmaHello, I am a 19 year old female that contracted HPV and got genital warts. I realised it very late and when I saw them they were very large. I went to the gynaecologist and she removed them with a laser. However, within 1 week there was s small wart again, and now 1 month later the warts are back in full swing.
I have decided not to go for surgery again as I don't trust in the efficacy of GP treatments.
Instead I have tried boosting my immune system with a multivitamin and garlic pills. I then went to see a homeopath two days ago who gave me Tujha 9ch tincture which I am to take orally 3 times daily, five drops.
However, from what I've read, isn't applying tujha directly onto the warts more effective? Will taking it orally also produce results?
My warts are now itching, which they didn't do before and a quick observation has made me positive that they have actually increased in number and size since the last time I checked, which, to be fair, was a few days BEFORE visiting the homeopath.
Can anyone comment on the efficacy of my treatment and whether you feel it is sufficient for treating my warts which seem to spread and grow like wildfire.
any advice would be appreciated.
Sonneblom on 2015-08-02
Once it does it handles the HPV. I have known several people who
went to a naturopath, got a vitamin protocol, and Vit C vag suppositories,
(they are now doing other type of vag suppositories)
The HPV was eliminated in under 3 months and still after 10 years,
is gone. Pap smears normal etc after 3 months.
Naturopaths had an entire diet program with this-
You need a good diet, proper sleep, I don't think a regular multivitamin
plus garlic is going to be enough.
Use the remedy as instructed- do not put it on the warts.
You have to get a program in place and I would check out a naturopath
to do that.
♥ simone717 4 years ago
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