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Ongoing warts for years

Hello,
I am a 30 year old woman who has had warts ongoing since I was a teenager. I have many flat warts on my abdomen, chest, legs, backs of hands. I have a large wart on my knee, and one wart that is not a flat wart but just a "normal" wart on my middle finger on my right hand. I have tried thuja before with no effect.

I would really love some guidance on how to treat them. There has been no change to the flat warts for years and years.

The ones that appear on my fingers however, sometimes go, or respond to freezing/ductape, but then appear on another finger.

Thank you so much in advance
Worried.
 
  worriedwart on 2018-10-04
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Where exactly on your fingers? Finger tips or close to the nails?
 
Tui last year
if I look at my palm, it is on the right side of my finger just under a cm below the second knuckle. Thanks for responding!
 
worriedwart last year
Photo examples to come, labeled with locations. These are just the larger ones--I have many many small ones, flesh coloured, that are hard to get in photos. This is my right finger, the only one on my hands right now and very distinct from the rest
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worriedwart last year
Second pic on right knee
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worriedwart last year
Third on my right hip
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worriedwart last year
Forth on my right calf
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worriedwart last year
On my chest
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worriedwart last year
All over abdomen

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worriedwart last year
Please start taking Dulcamara 30c twice daily for 7 days and report back any changes.

1 dose is 2 pills / drops.
 
Tui last year
Thank you so much I will try get that today! Does it need to be taken pre or post food?
 
worriedwart last year
Hi again so sorry. I am only able to get dulcamara 15 at the moment. Is it okay to just take 4 of these as a dose?
 
worriedwart last year
You can use Dulcamara 15, thrice daily for 7 days and try taking the remedy in a clean mouth. ( preferably 15 minutes before or after having a meal)

1 dose is 2 pills / drops.
 
Tui last year
Also it may take a while to see any improvement so please be patient.
 
Tui last year
Thanks so much for getting back to me! I managed to get Dulcamara 30 and I started last night. I'm okay with being patient--I've had this ongoing since I was at least 13, so I assume it's going to take time. I just want them gone haha.

Thanks again, and I'll reply back here in a week.
 
worriedwart last year
Hi, sorry to bother you again. I'm not sure how I misread but I did (I do know, I've lost my reading glasses when I was travelling haha)--I read it as 3 pills not 2 and have had three doses of 3 pills, not 2. Is that dangerous? When I take tomorrow mornings dose I will of course go to 2 but I wanted to check it's not like, damaging or something
Thanks
 
worriedwart last year
The remedies are made from highly diluted substances so they are generally safe.
 
Tui last year
Hi there! Just checking in as a week has passed. There's been no change. Should I just continue for awhile again? Thank You!
[Edited by worriedwart on 2018-10-13 15:37:52]
 
worriedwart last year
Please change the remedy to Causticum 30c, twice a day for 7 days and report back in 2 weeks.

1 dose is 2 drops.
 
Tui last year
Hi! Sorry for the delay, it took me some time to find some. Tomorrow I will pick up Causticum 30c but in pill form--is it two like before?

Thanks so much
 
worriedwart last year
Yes
 
Tui last year
Hi! Just checking in. I've been taking the Causticum 30c. I accidentally missed maybe 3 doses, usually the evening. I've noticed the wart on my finger has some black spots appeared, whereas before it was white/clear. When I've had others on my fingers, that has happened sometimes before they've gone away. Other times it happens, then fades and nothing occurs after that and the wart is still there. I noticed this about Day 2/3 of the Causticum. There have been no noticeable changes to the many flat warts.

Thanks so much :)
 
worriedwart last year
Please continue with the remedy for another 2 -3 days.
 
Tui last year
Hi! Thanks again! Not much has changed, the black dots that appeared in the one on my finger are still there but unchanged, flat warts unchanged
 
worriedwart last year
Hi :) Should I continue wth the current Causticum?
 
worriedwart last year
Please stop Causticum, and start again with Dulcamara 15. Take one dose ( 2 pills or drops) daily for the next 2 weeks.
 
Tui last year

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