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Anal Warts

I am wondering if anyone can help me with my anal warts proble. I have had HPV for about a year and a half. Initially my doctor tried burning the external warts off using liquid nitrogen. Through self examination, I discovered that they were also inside my anus in one large mass and two smaller papules. My doctor prescribed Aldera cream for the external warts - and it worked - but this medicine cannot be used internally. Later a general surgeon cauterized the internal warts after ligating(tying) them but they have since returned. There are about three warts and they are soft and raised.
I am a 25 year old, active, fit, generally healthy male. I live in Vancouver Canada. I am tall and slim; not over or under weight. I do not smoke or drink coffee. I do not normally consume a lot of alcohol and haven’t had any for about one month. I have cut out a lot of refined sugar from my diet but I do eat a lot of fruit.
I am currently taking Arnica 30c, Silicea 6x, for fistula, and Stievamycin gel(tretinoin USP 0.025% and erythromycin USP 4.0% in an alcohol gel base) for acne.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  vancouverguy on 2006-09-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Are they itch?
Are they dry?
Are they moist?
What is the shape?
Any other complaint from head to foot.
Your desire and aversions regarding drinks and food. craving only.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Since my warts are internal it is hard to say exactly what they are like. They do not itch and, due to the fact that they are internal, they are moist. I would say that they are raised, like a skin tag(acrochordon).
I would assume that the warts are of the same strain of HPV as the external ones which were treated with “Aldera Cream (imiquimod 5%).” Those warts were semi-soft and raised.
I have one small wart on my left palm that has been there for quite some time but it doesn’t change or spread at all.
I have mild acne on my face only and mild folliculitis on my legs; both are hardly noticeable.
I usually drink milk, water, cold tea, or juice. Although I would say that if I crave sweet foods or drinks, I haven’t had cravings since I decided to cut back on my refined sugar intake.

Thank you for you help
vancouverguy last decade
Sorry, the last paragraph should read:

I usually drink milk, water, cold tea, or juice. Although I would say that I generally crave sweet foods and drinks however, I haven’t had cravings since I decided to cut back on my refined sugar intake.
vancouverguy last decade
Carcinosinum 200c,one dose after every 7 days and Nitric Acid 30c,5 drops thrice daily.I hope it will clear all your physical problems including fistula.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Thank you very much!

To be clear I will take: One dose of Carcinosinum 200c every seven days in addition to Five drops of Nitric Acid 30c, three times daily.

Should I continue with the Silicea 6x and Arnica 30c which has already helped my fistula significantly?
vancouverguy last decade
what you understand is correct.You can continue with Arnica and silicia if they are helping you.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Two last questions...

How much time should I wait between taking the different medicines?

And, how much time should I wait before and after meals?

Thanks again for your help, it is greatly appreciated!
vancouverguy last decade
Sorry to bother you again but how long should i continue to take the Nitric Acid 30c?
vancouverguy last decade
Vancouverguy, did the nitric acid 30c work? i have the same problem and would like to know if or how you succeeded
onefalse last decade

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