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Genital Warts & HPV: Home Remedies for STDs

Last Modified on Sep 06, 2014


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Posted by Suzanne (Nervada, America) on 01/11/2008

[YEA]  I self diagnosed myself with Genital Warts a couple of weeks ago. I have recently moved to a remote part of South East Asia where Apple Cider Vinegar and Tea Tree Oil are absolutely unavailable. I decided to give normal white vinegar a try anyway. I just dippped tisues into the vingegar and applied it to the warts. I did this twice over two days for 15 minutes each time. It really hurt while I applied the vinegar and contuned to burn a little the next day but it was worth it - the warts are COMPLETELY gone!

Posted by Deb (New Jersey) on 11/30/2006

[YEA]  I had a recent outburst of a vaginal wart. It looked like a raised bumpy mass and it kept on growing, fast. It got to the size of a thumbnail and raised about 1/4 inch. I did not want to use traditional medications so I saw that Apple Cider vinegar worked on regular warts. Well I had no Apple Cider vinegar, how about regular white vinegar. I soaked a q-tip in the vinegar and treated the wart directly for 10 minutes a day. After about 8 days the wart started to disappear, more and more each day. Then the area would bleed where I applied the vinegar, something was happening. As it bled the wart was disappearing. I treated the area every day until it bled. Eventually the wart was gone and a hole was there. The vinegar ate away the wart. This took about 2 weeks. If the wart threatens to come back I re-treat with vinegar for a few days, and its gone again. I hope this helps someone else.

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Posted by Motek (Los Angeles, CA, USA) on 02/18/2009

[YEA]  For the last 3 days I have been using white vinegar 3 times a day - I dip a cotton pad and get it soaking and then apply it to the warts for ten minutes. Next I taped a slice of garlic to warts and left it on for 3 hours until it was time to use the vinegar again. The first day they seemed to dry up a bit, but the next day one was bigger than ever and black in the center. After treating the area again with the vinegar it started to bleed and now there is a hole in the center of it and it stings like crazy when I apply the vinegar. It seems to be working and I am still repeating the vinegar and garlic treatment every 3 hours.

This might seem like a dumb question, but I would really appreciate it if someone can answer it. I have had a plantars wart on my foot for years and nothing seemed to make it go away, so I started picking at it. Is it possible that I transferred the bacteria from the plantars wart to my genital area. My partner swears up and down that he hasn't been with anyone else and I know I haven't. Is this possible?

Thanks

Posted by Crystal
Burmingham, USA
02/19/2009
read the thread about AVC(apple cider vinigar) for genital warts.. it works really well check it out
Posted by Hpvguy
Austin, Tx, Usa
09/04/2010
You will never know who gave it to you unless you have had the one partner. The virus can remain dormant for decades so accusing your bf of cheating might not be the right thing to do. If you have it I can assure you that he has it to just may not show symptoms and he also could have had it for years and not known. Commit to deal with it together and support each other. It sucks but the CDC says that by the age of 50 most women and men will have the virus in one form or another. Its not a big deal if you get treated. Good luck and remember that so many people have this they just are not saying anything to anyone.







 



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