Can you tell me more about genital warts?

by Rachel on September 8, 2011

My partner was diagnosed with genital warts, but we didn’t sleep together. We did, however, “mess around”. I noticed 3 small idential raised bumps with a slightly darker center. They are very small. One is located on my wrist. The other on my forearm and the last on my knuckle. Does this mean I have “genital” warts on my skin or are they just regular warts? Does this mean I have the HPV virus?

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kf4crn September 8, 2011 at 8:44 am
healthnut September 8, 2011 at 9:19 am

genital wart in women occur on the vulva, vaginal wall, cervix, and skin surrounding the vaginal area. they usually appear 1-6 months after infection with papillomavirus , beginning as tiny, soft, moist, pink or red swellings. they can diffidently hurt like a bitch too. i really doubt that you have HPV but if you’re that worried about it go get tested. it is still possible to spread GW’s in between breakouts.

Medic Loretta September 8, 2011 at 9:58 am

all warts are caused by HPV virus! hpv virus has more than ~130 different strains! and 40 of them can cause genital warts and some of them can cause cervical, anal, penile cancer!
genital warts appears only in genital area!!
so in your case you have common warts and those are caused by HPV virus strain that is no related to STD! so you are clear from STD strain of HPV virus!!

anyway if you have them you MUST get rid of them as soon as it is possible because warts are very contagious!!!

and if you really want to get rid of warts forever then you should know that you can remove warts by surgery, freezing, laser, acid or with cream but warts can reappear again and again because warts appears when your immune system is weak! so you must build up your immune system because your body can get rid of warts by itself if your immune system will be strong! so eat more healthy food, more vitamins and more sport activities!
(No smoking, no beer/ale, no booze, no drugs, no junk food, no fast food garbage, no sugary sweet soda’s. Get on a good, balanced, healthy diet including plenty of boiled or steamed vegetables. Drink P L E N T Y O F W A T E R , fruit juices & fat free milk. Snack on lots of RAW fruit & veggies. Get up one hour early every morning & take a BRISK 30 minute walk – then – do the same thing again in the evening after dinner. Make sure you eat a good, balanced breakfast daily. You get your energy for the day from your breakfast meal. Get 8 hours sleep each night. Flip your mattress over so it will level out to give you a good night’s rest. Slack off too much coffee & tea.)

HPV is the virus that causes warts. And HPV virus has many strains. In your case you have HPV virus strain number 2. People can be infected with HPV and never show any symptoms. Others will develop warts. These warts can stay the same size, grow, or go away on their own. It depends on the infected person’s immune system. A healthy immune system means your body may be able to suppress the virus and not show symptoms.

also you must use herbal treatment because you can not always live 100% healthy…!!!

in that case Wartrol is really good (probably the best) product that gets rid of warts comparatively fast and makes you feel more confident knowing that they wont reappear again! it says that it is designed for Genital Warts but
it does not matter because warts are warts and wartrol works by stimulating your immune system to fight the HPV virus that causes the warts. of course it is better if you use full course (5 months – if I remember correctly).

It worked very fast and still works for me because I do not have wart outbreaks anymore!

I do not know if any pharmacies carry Wartrol but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here

The advantage of Wartrol over other natural treatments for warts is that, since it is taken orally, it can also act on invisible warts that can’t be treated by other creams and natural remedies.

good luck!

Working in health + used to work for a dermatologist + personal experience

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