When I first contracted warts on my genitals, I had no idea what to do. I was obsessed with the idea of removing genital warts as quickly as possible. I felt like I couldn’t talk to anybody about it out of embarrassment – even if somebody I knew had suffered the same condition, they probably wouldn’t admit to it. I was so scared of seeing my doctor because I was afraid she would judge me and think I was slutty.
Topical treatments for removal- Fresh aloe vera juice applied directly to the wart will slowly dissolve it, as will milkweed. Apply the juice or “sap” directly to the warts once a day; this is uniquely nonirritating, and especially gentle to the delicate skin of the genital area. Tea tree oil can be applied directly to warts as well to dissolve them, although you should take care to dilute the oil if necessary; you can try applying the oil full strength to a small area; if no irritation occurs, apply directly to warts to simply “dry them up.”
Dietary changes that can prevent regrowth of genital warts in women- Making sure your diet has enough sulfur-based foods in it will help discourage the growth of warts once you know you are at risk for them. Therefore, eat plenty of citrus fruits, garlic, onions, eggs, and other sulfur-containing foods. Taking the supplement MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) orally will also help you get enough sulfur your diet so that you can discourage the growth of warts.
Warts on the genital area are one condition of the Human Papillomavirus, a virus which is as common as it is easy to contract. Not everybody who gets the virus displays these warts, but many do. I turned to the internet and I started to research and hunt for all the information I could find about these gross warts. There is a lot of info available online about g-warts and how to remove genital warts. Some of it is clearly wrong to the extent of being dangerous.
The removing of the genital wart or warts may not cure a humans papillomavirus(HPV) infection. This virus may remain in a persons body in what’s called an inactive state even after the warts are removed. Also a person being treated for this condition can still spread the infection to another person. Removing warts from the genitals can be a good thing to consider if you ever contract the HPV There are more ways to remove the warts. If you have any question’s about whether or not you may or may not have genital warts you should pay a visit to your physician.