Genital HPV Remedies

Last Modified on Jul 01, 2014

What is HPV?

Genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common sexually transmitted infection that affects humans by establishing itself in the skin and mucous membranes. There are over 40 types of HPV, many of them causing most people to exhibit few to no symptoms and therefore it is possible to have no realization that you are carrying and can spread the disease.

HPV can cause serious health concerns such as warts on the genitalia or even the throat in some rare cases; but an HPV infection also can lead to cervical cancer in women as well as other cancers of the throat, anus, penis, and vulva as well as head and neck cancer. The HPV and cancer link is very real and a serious risk for not only women, but men as well. A developing cancer can take over 10 years to become apparent, allowing plenty of time to treat any pre-cancerous lesions. For that reason, there currently is an HPV vaccine that can protect against the virus, which you may have been reading about in the news.

Natural HPV Treatment

We have a number of home remedies and natural treatments for genital HPV, but we are always looking to discover and share more with the community. Currently some of our more popular remedies are hydrogen peroxide, castor oil, and the combination of vitamin C, garlic, and a multi-vitamin as a cure for HPV symptoms.

Also check out our related pages on:
Genital Wart Remedies
Genital Herpes

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Alkaline Diet

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[YEA]  05/26/2014: Konstanc from Ns, Canada: "Re: HPV & Alkaline Diet - I just wanted to share some information for those who are struggling with this illness and working on becoming healthy again.

I have not myself had a positive diagnosis. I've seen my Dr. on various occasions and she never seemed to be able to tell me what was wrong, Meanwhile, my BF and I were suffering from something but were unsure as to what. Then he came across this website and it has shed so much light onto whats going on with our bodies.

In saying that, we've just recently started doing our research on how to cure HPV, everyone on here seems to swear by ACV, so we've begun to drink water with 1TBS of ACV. another thing I found was that HPV & bv have a lot to do with the PH of your body. An acidic body is a sickness magnet, so do some research on what foods are alkaline and what foods are acidid, we also tested our water, and found, once boiled it was PH neutral - Alkaline.

One thing I want to stress is a normal healthy diet should be 60% Alkaline food 40% Acidic. HOWEVER when sick your diet should be 80% Alkaline 20% Acidic.

I hope this helps someone as much as all the other posts have helped me.

God bless, and peace be with you all."

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06/18/2014: Jay from Miami, US replies: "Hey, I was wondering if you were successful in clearing the warts with the alkaline diet.
I think I might have genital HPV. Though I am not certain, I have been maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Still waiting on the biopsy results. I thought I would reach out to you.

Let me know, Jay"

07/01/2014: Konstanc from Ns replies: "Hi there. I personally did not suffer from warts, But I will tell you that my symptoms have cleared completely. It's honestly a life saver. Another thing, there was a post on here explaining how to get rid of warts with peroxide and ACV. Keep researching and good luck and take care.

ps. try to reduce your stress as much as possible. Stress will run down your body worse than anything. :)"

Almond, Tea Tree and Jojoba Oils

02/05/2012: Healer74 from Kaukauna, Wi: "This natural formulation is based on the defeating your HPV topically. It is based on percentage of intake in a Liquid format.

Almond Oil 70%
Tea Tree Oil 25%
Jojoba Oil 5%

This is a topical formulation and is based on frequent as possible use. I would direct you to apply the following way:
Clean the affected area and dry thoroughly. Apply the serum with a cotton swab directly on the affected area every 4 to 5 hours per day."

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06/18/2012: "Does this burn? I heard that the apple cider vinegar works but burns really bad. Also, does those percentages you put next to the ingredients represent how you should mix the items? Thank you for posting."

Apple Cider Vinegar

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Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment for Genital Warts

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is an exceedingly popular remedy and can be very effective against genital warts in just a few days. Simply soak a cotton ball in ACV and apply this to the warts. You can use a band-aid to hold the cotton to the wart for a few hours at a time. This treatment is also okay for internal use, though there will be significant discomfort at first.

12/23/2010: Danny from Dallas, Texas: "Hello. I am a male, 23 and I used Apple Cider directly on my skin (genital area). I have little warts and it got rid of them but unfortunately it left marks there due to the acid effect I guess. I am a pretty dark skin type and now I have these little white spots that look like scars.. My question is whether my skin color will ever return to normal or is there anything I can do to heal it? And for future use: how do I use it properly without burning my skin?"

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01/07/2011: Seahorselady from Cleveland, Oh, Usa replies: "I have suffered from HPV in the past with BV's all the time. I had cancerous cervix cells removed and normal paps since then. This was all in between 1996 and 2002. I thought I had cleared the virus and was fine. I've since had episodes of recurring problems with thrush, yeast, chronic fatigue and other things where I knew something was wrong with me but no doctor could find anything. It was like something would activate in me and the symptoms would begin again. They clear up after 3 or months.

I have recently seen a holistic doctor that specializes in women's health and was informed that the HPV virus can live in the body and remain dormant for periods of time with no cervical cell abnormalities. She also said that it can attack other parts of the body such as uterus, throat, intestines, etc. with no way to test for it. She believes my recurring episodes are the HPV virus becoming active in my body again. I would caution you if you think you have cleared it, as I did, because you may not have. A pap can only detect the virus on the cervix, no where else. She put me on Oil of Oregano and Black Walnut Green Hull. I also have to take plant sterols/sterolins to boost my immune system."

01/18/2012: Ss from Richmond, Va replies: "I had hpv warts for almost 3 yrs.. Found out w/my second pregnancy.. I did everything Apple Cider Vinegar, tea tree oil, the painful dental floss trick and they all hurt extremely bad and were very uncomfortable. I researched hrs on end I was starting to get obsessive I just wanted them to go away.

Well I started taking lots of vitamins, garlic pills and echinacea pills all the time 6 mo later they have all cleared up and I had more than I could count of all shapes and sizes and it worked no pain no scars.. I just wanted to post this to give hope to those. God bless!"

07/09/2012: Rupanzal from Chandigarh, Chandigarh, India replies: "Natural therapies such as Homeopathy and Ayurvedic herbs have not made it possible to give quick relief from HPV symptoms and prevent reoccurrence. These natural therapies help to boost up your immune system. Different forms of hpv-treatments-HPV treatment are available such as topical creams containing podophyliin extracts, removal of warts by chemical cauterization or cryosurgery and interferon injections. However, these conventional methods of HPV treatment do not help to cure HPV. They are only a way of suppressing symptoms. Homeopathic remedies work on emotional and mental levels, along with cellular levels, in order to ensure that the entire being is brought into harmony. Natural therapies such as Homeopathic nosodes (OM28, HP - Factor Nosodes, Hyperisince, Wartex Forte Drops). Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs help to bring back complete balance in your body and give you lasting relief."
10/18/2012: Megirly from Scottsdale, Az replies: "Hey guys. I was just diagonosed with HPV genital warts last month. I already had some warts treated with TCA, it removed one of the warts but more came back this week. I am scheduled for another treament next Monday but I'm not sure I want to go back just because I got even more since my last treatment and this is not treating the cause of warts... HPV. Anyways I ordered these Vitamins, I ordered them like 2 weeks ago but there was a back order on them but they should be here tommorow! I have had great success taking them for other kind of warts( not genital warts). So I'm hoping these vitamins will help fight this nasty HPV off! I really don't want to but Apple cider or anything like that down there, I'll let you guys know how long it will take these vitamins and immune system to work.haha"

Astragalus, Echinacea, Pau d'Arco

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[YEA]  01/06/2014: Organic Girl from Staton California: "Hello Natural Earth Clinic readers, here is how I cured myself from HPV. I was diagnosed with this horrible disease back in 2011. No matter what I tried I my pap came back positive for for low grade non-cancerous HPV. Finally I did some research on antiviral herbs. For a few months I took astragalus, echinacea, and pau'darco herbs. Also I used a wash made of red wine or red wine vinegar to kill the virus on my cervix at least once a day. I just got my labs back today and it is negative again, I'm not sure which one worked, but I would recommend using all of the above. I hope this helps with the ladies who are suffering with this so called incurable disease."

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05/18/2014: Diy from Austin Tx replies: "Where did u get the herbs.. Especially pau d' arco?"
05/23/2014: Jabe from Riverside, Ca replies: "I actually found all three at a small family-owned health food store. if you have Whole Foods, or a smaller health food store, you should find them all..."
05/26/2014: Hellodmv from DC, US replies: "Warning: Pau'darco can cause liver damage. The tea is better for you."
06/01/2014: Nic from California replies: "How much did you take of each of these and how much red wine solution did you use and for how long? How long did you use it to see results?"
06/26/2014: K from San Francisco, CA replies: "You would need 1 oz of herb per pint of water to make a medicinal tea, any less of the herb would be a beverage tea. I would take that once a day. Tinctures of the herbs are better you can also find them at Health Foods stores, its less to drink!

For teas -

Leaves, flowers, etc in a hot water infusion, meaning boil the water then steep the herbs

For roots and barks etc, simmer them in the water.. then you can combine the two if your using multiple kinds of herbs.

I highly recommend seeking a clinical herbalist who will know a comprehensive safe and effective formula for you. Herbalists are pretty affordable, if you seek one in your area look in the American Herbalist Guild!

Congrats on turning to the herbs and being successful in your healing! I love that you are inspiring others to turn to herbs!"

Betta Mannen

05/21/2014: Lezlie from Saratoga Springs, Ny: "I was diagnosed with recurring cervical dysplasia & HPV over 10 years ago (in my early 40's). I had 3 cervical conings (where they freeze the surface cells.) After the 4th positive test result, I decided to take different action. I did a lot of on-line research, which led me to try a natural aloe-based product known as "beta mannen". I took the supplement for 4 weeks (along with additional Vit C and consciously getting more rest, more exercise, and exploring way to de-stress). My next pap and exam proved that I was clear -- and I have never had a problem since (over 12 yrs). I recommended this treatment to my sister (she was in her 30's), and 2 neices (early to mid-20s)... they all experienced the same result... future paps and testings were clear. research, educate and pay attention to what treatments you are drawn to. Good luck and good health!!"

Castor Oil

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[WORKED TEMPORARILY]  03/21/2011: Jenica from Nassau, Usa: "Last year October I was diagnosed of HPV. I have warts on my genital area. I tried some alternative treatment like Castor oil before engaging into medical intervention, I applied it on the area like a lotion and amazingly it peeled off the warts 85-90% in just week. But it came back November and I discovered that I am pregnant. Warts recurrence happens when our immune sytem is low and during pregnancy immune system is low. December I undergo cauterization. After a week I feel bumps in my vagina, ( 2 bumps), I applied castor oil again and used Wartrol. I higly recommend it. After 4 days I think the bumps disappeared. Its been 4 months without breakout. Recurrence is possible if your immune system is low but some says 2-3x recurrence happen. Keeping your body fit will decrease the chance of recurrence. Dont smoke! Aside from castor oil and Wartrol, I am taking vitamins like vit c and vit e that is good for our immune system. If you are at younger age your body could fight the virus because younger people have a good immune system. Most men and women do acquire immunity to their acquired HPV type in a year or three. According to some studies HPV will be cleared by our own body 6month-2 years, but of course we have to help our body. Good Luck! "

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10/14/2011: Sam from Durban, South Africa replies: "Hi, The Trick is to apply raw tea tree oil on the affected area after u have gotten rid of, or your warts have fallen off! Do this for a few months! Also Buy Black Seed Oil (Cumin) take orally and apply topically. Have Honey! Red Marine Algea will boost your immune system. Oxygen drops should be added to your daily drinking water! Also Eat Healthy!"
12/31/2011: Hpv? from Fort Mill, Sc replies: "I have read that castor oil is used in some immunosuppressant drugs. So this may not be the best thing to use for HPV because you want a strong immune system to defeat the virus. I have also read it can be helpful with skin issues so maybe it is a toss up. I just saw this on wikipedia so don't take my word for it, do some research.

However, I also just read that taken orally it can be used to induce labor, so if I were pregnant I would stay away from it.

I have read a lot of good things about using Apple Cider Vinegar. Some people have been able to get rid of warts in a few days to a week. I think you have to be careful though, and possibly dillute it because it is an acid and can be rough on your skin. Its looking like these small almost unnoticable bumps are HPV for me so this is my plan of action once I can find a better doctor that will actually be able to tell me what it is. I want to know what it is before I destroy the evidence so to speak."

04/29/2014: Bernadette from Barbados replies: "Try using coconut oil. I have used the bad smelling coconut oil and they have not returned since, that was more than a year ago."

Dietary Changes, Supplements

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YEA (1)
100%

[YEA]  05/31/2009: FolicAcidFan from Miami, FL: "I was diagnosed with high risk HPV in 2006. I had a cone biopsy and a leap surgery that removed a carcinoma from my cervix. My gynecologist indicated that in my case there would be no need to get the vaccine since I was already positive. He clearly indicated there were no remedies or cures. however I found out through the American Board of Gynecologists, that a combination of Folic Acid, Vitamin C and Betacaroten could potentially help (although there are no conclusive/proven results).

My inmediate action plan was becoming vegetarian (only ocasional fish and seafood), I ceased any consumption of dairy (even organic) and started to take daily dosis of Folic Acid (two caplets), Vitamin C (one caplet) and Betacarotene (1 caplet) for the next year.

I have been having frequent Pap tests (every 4 months the 1st year after my surgeries and then every 6 months on the 2nd year) and since then my results have shown no signs of HPV so far.

I continue taking daily doses of vitamin C and folic acid (1 caplet each) and remain a vegetarian with ocasional consumption of non American organic cheese only."

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04/15/2012: Robin from Needham, Ma replies: "Thank you for sharing your story. I have been diagnosed with high risk HPV and am going in for a colposcopy on Friday. I am terrified as to what lies ahead. Any advice is appreciated."

Folic Acid

04/07/2009: Lina from Stamford, CT: "Does anyone know about HPV and folic acid?"

General Feedback

08/20/2012: Alicia from Utah: "Hola, uno mde uds. Sabe si es cierto que para el ano que entra habra una nueva medicina, solamente una pastilla para curar la HPV, esto lo lei en el foro de live extension, no he tenido el change de preguntarle a mi Doctor, cualquiera de uds. sabe algo.

Hello, one mde pcs. Know if it is true that for the coming year there will be a new drug, only one pill to cure the HPV, I read this forum live extension, I have not had the change to ask my doctor, any of you. knows something."

01/02/2011: Whyme2010 from Atlanta, Ga: "I just found out that I have Hpv after getting my check up but the doc said that I didn't have the strand that causes GW. But I been having a painful bump that comes up inside my vag and once it appeared right by the opening of my vag this was happening before I even got my check up but I was too embarrassed to ask about it. It starts off small but get really big and painful after the first week and it is extremely painful when urinating. It usually takes about 3 weeks to go away but comes back right after my cycle. Does any one on here only have one bump instead of many that comes up. I'm about to go crazy they keep coming back it is possible that the doctor was wrong and I do have Gw what should I do?"

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01/04/2011: Rem from Brighton, Uk replies: "Dear Whyme2010... I'm sorry to hear of your diagnosis! I have suffered with Hpv for many years & yes, I generally get one bump. The meds prescribed by the doctor have never helped. Mine would come around my cycle like clockwork! I did have a mini breakout and used Acetone on the initial small bump... It worked!!! I have very recently tried Lecithin 2x daily for 1 month, as well as the ACV & Baking Soda remedies mentioned on this site. I'm still on trial with these, but I've got nothing to lose. I will post in a month or two with my results. Bless"
01/06/2011: Glight from Hattiesburg, Ms, Usa replies: "Could be from friction if you are prone to boils etc. Be sure to use a safe lubricant with your partner and wash well afterward. Also, could be Genital Herpes. Friction will also cause outbreak and your doctor won't know unless you have the breakout at the time of your visit. But fear not, if this is the case, have heard great results with Olive Leaf Extract among other anti-viral remedies. Good Luck!"

08/16/2009: Anonymous from Brooklyn, Ny: "Hi can you encourage TED to write some of his remedies for HPV?"

02/22/2009: Lola from Fairfax, VA: "Hello ladies, thanks for all your posts. I too was diagnosed with HPV a few months ago and my gyn told me that alot of time it clears up on its own, similar to having a flu virus. She did tell me to make sure I got plenty of rest and ate well and she said smoking makes it worse. Like Janey previously posted folic acid and vitamins are probably also helpful in combating HPV since you're supporting your body in the fight against the virus. As far as BV goes, I've had it off and on for a few years along with yeast infections. I have PCOS, a condition that throws off your insulin and other hormones. This causes your body not to burn sugar easily therefore running throughout the body causing yeast, and other infections such as BV and other symptoms. I'm sure that some of you have probably noticed that the more sugar you eat the more itchy you can get down there. One thing that I'm trying in ACV, it helps with balancing sugar in the body but also it helps keep your body at a balanced ph level, making it difficult for bacteria, fungus or yeast to grow. My gyn also recommended a gel called Rephresh, which is supposed to keep your ph balanced down there too. She said that should work on its own before the BV got out of hand. I've tried it a couple of times if I feel any infection coming or any unusual odor and its worked well for me. You can purchase online from drugstore.com which also has buyer reviews. Good luck to all."

01/30/2009: Janey from Auburn, NY: "I got BV back in 2006... they told me it was nothing and that some women get it once and it goes away, others live with it the rest of their lives on medication... that person on the medication was me. after every period i got, the BV showed up. i knew it was going to come around so i started taking my medication as soon as my period was almost over. they [prescribed me to 500mg of metronidazole. i was taking this every month . In march of 2008 i had my annual pap done.. all was good and well until i got a letter in the mail stating they found irregular cells on my cervix..this made me very worried. i was told to make an appointment for a colposcopy.. i never did which was very bad. i finally got the courage to get it done (very scared), i had the test done in November. they took 2 biopsy's told me i should boost my immune system with some folic acid and sent me on my way being scheduled for 3 weeks to come back for my results.. i went and got some folic acid and a multi vitamin and have taken them everyday since.. unfortunately something came up and i wasn't going to make my appointment, the next available appointment was yesterday.. January 29th 2009... i went in and it got very serious.... i was diagnosed with HPV.. i am only 19 years old but have been sexually active since i was 14. This information was scarey to me, though i knew very little about it.. with women under the age of 25 my doctor told me it is very likely that when taking a multi vitamin with high dose folic acid or a folic acid tablet that it will clear up on its own.. i felt much better... now that i have read all your feedbacks with BV being in common with HPV and stating that the BV went away when the HPV went away.... i actually did NOT get BV this month which was very very shocking to me since I've had it at age 16...every month... i have been strict to sex with men and men only.. but recently i met this girl who totally blows my mind, nothing has happened but i just cant help but think that all this couldnt have happened at any worse time, i had the guts to tell her before anything happened, which was courageous she said... i feel alot better i'm going in march to have my PAP done again.. hopefully it will be clear.. you guys gave me hope after saying all your thoughts and experiences... good luck to all.. i feel your pain now."

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10/28/2010: Cerissa from Saint Louis, Mo replies: "What is BV?"

EC: BV= bacterial vaginosis

03/25/2012: Leslie from Brooklyn, Ny replies: "Hey Janey... I know this is an old post and you may not get to read but I had to reply... I had BV for about 1 year and battled a vicious cycle of being on and off antibiotics-going crazy to find any possible remedy.. Read millions of blogs and spent hundreds of dollars on herbs only to discover the one thing that helped for good! Tea tree oil suppositories.. It's a bit costly.. It's around $12-14 for a small box with 6 suppositories.. Anyhow, I used it everyday and the heavy oily eucalyptus scent overpowered the nasty BV smell and eventually BV was gone for good... I then used it sparingly and realized it's apparent just a few days before my period... Now I only use it once or twice before my period but it's been a few years now and the situation has basically disappeared let's say by 90%.... I know once someone has BV it usually comes up every now and then... I hope you get a notification for my post because it really saved my life and think you may find this useful! Peace"

12/24/2008: Rose from Greenwich, Connecticut: "Hello, I love your site and I think it is so helpful to so many people. Could you please put an ailment listing of just HPV? There seems to be some comments here and there about HPV, but not enough information about it. There are so many women and men with this and really not enough information about it. Alot of these women who seem to suffer from BV may also have HPV and not even know about it! Thank you"

EC: Thank you so much the suggestion, Rose. New page has just been created.

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06/09/2012: Elle from Blc, Nevada replies: "Good point here. I'm glad that someone mentioned this in subject. Its important if bv comes back might be signs of other problems such as HPV.

I will share my story: I was diagnosed with HPV in 2005. The problem was found when I got infected with genital warts. Time after that I had no idea there was more to come. In 2008 when my pap smear came back abnormal I was so scared. It was crazy scary to find have bad news and someone tell you there is something wrong. Worst news ever, I was informed my biopsy came back cancerous I was to come for coloposcopy (procedure). My doctor said after the procedure I would be ok. I wasnt sure what to think what about few years down the line??! I've tried to hold some sort of hope and get thru this. The procedure sucks! Let me tell you im not trying to scare any of you but make sure you take pain killers cramps!!! So about year passed and I start to get really bad discharge! I start going to see doctor and they tell me it was yeast infection. I then had several repeated visits for YI and BV, to treat bv and then more meds for YI since I was told it could come back. Going back time after time. Hearing same story over I started loosing hope. Doctors will prescribe antibiotics but only help temporary. At this point I m like great doctors dont have answers and im really sick of spending $$ for same problem??! Only thing she said do reasearch and I was welcome to seek second opinion. I'm thinking oooh great! Glad she knew bpv is the cause of it, but no answers was really geting to me. Did my research and stoped for while.

Oh btw YI can be spread to partners!! I'm not sure about BV but if anyone knows do write what you know. Meanwhile doing my search.

So about 3 months ago I come to earthclinic! Super hope somewhere outhere for me. Reading on I had to try it naturaly. There were solutions that worked others so yeah not giving up yet. My first attempt, I started with a Acidophilus orally and insert internaly in vagina for 7 days plus supplyments. That didnt work. I decided I will try Femdophilus, orally and inserted internally in vagina and with bio yogurt on tampon for 10 days. This regime was doing something different with my body I could feel it but not quite there. I think it tried to balance ph in my body but I can still smell not alright down there. So after that not working for me. I dont believe in douching. So heres my plan 3. I will do combo. I soaked in bath with Apple Cider Vinegar for 20 minutes. Today drank 2 tbs of Apple Cider Vinegar dissolved in 8oz of glass with honey. Take B-100. Boric acid with vegan 00 capsules. During regime I will monitor my progress. I also have sinuses so im going to treat that too. I will keep yall updated how it all goes! Wish me luck!!! I know we can fight this thing all! Keep the faith. I'm trying. There is hope for all of us. Leave feedback or/and any advice is apprechiated!"

03/21/2008: Lynn from Akron, OH: "I've suffered from BV for about three and a half months now I tried all the usual suspects, flagyl, metronidazole, in pill and gel, and nothing worked. I also around that time was diagnosed with low risk HPV. I had BV once before, a long time ago and it responded well to the antibiotic treatments, but this time, no go. I'm inclined to think that its because of my HPV, anybody else thought of this? If not, get checked for it...now to the current home remedies I'm trying...I'm doing the full 3% hydro peroxide douches, which knocks out the odor really well, but I haven't been doing it long enough to see if its making any difference, I'll keep everyone posted. I'm also doing a round of supplements, including folic acid, acidophilus bifidus capsules, as well as echinacea (more for the HPV than anything else) and alternating days with my WOmen's 1 a day supplements. I'm also looking into Goldenseal, its a little pricey, but I'll try anything at this point. Doctors are stupid and make you feel stupid, so I'll do anything not to deal with that. Hope it all works, and hope I helped, I'll keep you all posted!!!!"

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02/11/2012: Searchingcure from Milwaukee, Wi replies: "BV, which I have gotten on occasion, I have taken a vitamin called yeast cleanse. My OB told me it's an imbalance in the PH in your vagina. She of course offered some medication which I refused, beause I am tired of taking medication that doesn't solve the problem. So when afflicted, I take yeast cleanse, load up on echinacea and also probiotics. I was diagnosed with HPV when I got pregnant. It was a horrid experience. I was embarassed and ashamed. After thinking I was clear, I passed it along to my now husband, who is struggling with with being afflicted by it, so I am determined to find a cure and not just resolve to believe what the doctors are telling us, that there is no hope. Our heavenly Father put all these herbs on this earth for a reason and I know in my heart there is hope for all of us. And if and when I find it, I will share it with everyone on here.

I've had abnormal paps for the last 6 years thanks to hpv. I need to forgive myself and the person I believe gave it to me. I think half the battle is in our minds.

-A better diet, not smoking, drinking, no caffine, low fat/sugar intake, exersize. All things that help. Pau d' arco, grape seed extract, up to 10, 000 mg of vit c, beta carotine, garlic, selenium, shitake mushroom, echinacea, oregano oil, applying apple cider vinegar topically.

Good luck, I pray some of it helps. I am going to try Aidance skincare next. BBB accredited and great reviews!"


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