Anal Warts-HIV Positive Individual1. I am a homosexual, guilty of sexual relationships with multiple men. I used to be the receptive partner in many such encounters
2. In June 2015, I had an array of warts growing in and around my anus. I consulted an allopathic skin specialist and he diagnosed this to be HPV warts. He also asked me to get tested for HIV co infection
3. I avoided any treatment with the fear of pain as they either surgically remove it or burn both causing immense pain
4. I went into deep depression thinking about the possibility of being diagnosed with HIV. Eventually, 4 months hence I was diagnosed with Tuberculosis in lymph nodes, lost around 10 KGs
5. I was also diagnosed HIV positive with viral load as 9L per micro liters of blood, with my CD4 dropping to just 25
6. I was immediately put on anti tuberculosis treatment and after 21 days on anti retroviral treatment as well. It has been 5 months on the treatment now. March 2016 is last when I did my viral loads with results are 36 and CD4 increased to 108
7. I am on RALTAGRAVIR & TENOFOVIR antiretroviral medicines.
My warts still irritate me as they pain sometimes. And bleed too. Can you help me eradicate them permanently?
Godsownboy on 2016-05-13
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fitness 4 years ago
The only thing I am conscious about is homeopathic medicine interacting with my anti retrovirus medications. Could you please take that into consideration before prescribing remedies please?
Also is homeopathy now your full time profession?
Godsownboy 4 years ago
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