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Hi All,

I'm a 27 yo gay guy with external/internal anal warts. I've been dealing with them for about 9 months now-- things are improving, but it's slow going... Aladara did wonders for my external ones, but the internal ones are being difficult. I've had surgery 4 times to remove them (electrocautery) but they keep returning, although less each time. This next time, my doctor prescribed me a treatment also used by women in HPV named CERVUGID Ovules (vaginal and anal suppositories) and some kind of immune system booster called ISOPRINOSINE Tablets.
I took about 3 boxes of Cervugid…each night one ovule inserted direct in anus and Isoprinosine about 4 months.
After I finished the treatment I came back to be retested by the doctor. he took some samples and after 2 weeks I received a call telling me that all my tests came back negative for anal warts and free of HPV.
Since then the anal warts never returned.
Now im can regain my normal life and I hope never to go through that awkward situations.
I will start to use again condom even if I do not like it.
 
  kristal on 2017-02-11
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