What are some good websites for home remedies and natural health?

I’m looking for something to help me with HPV/Genital Warts.

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  • John D

    First off, have you consulted at a doctor? You should do that, incase things get worse. I’ve heard of cases of genital warts/HPV getting quite bad. Just a hint of advice. Other than that, there are plenty of remedies you could try. I know the stress that comes with an STD, and you should try and get your mind off it. Take a warm bath and just relax. Now for actually remedies, there is aromatherapy. It has a booming market and people are starting to use it more. It also is quite affordable. I wish you luck and hope you get cured!

  • mmzren

    Genital Warts, Also Known as Venereal Warts or Condylomata Acuminata, are caused by the Human Papilloma virus . Papilloma Viruses Cause Small Growths (Warts) on the Skin and Mucous Membranes. Infection of the Genital and Anal Regions with HPV can Cause Warts on the Penis, Vulva, Urethra, Vagina, Cervix, and around the Anus (perianal).Don’t Even Think About Trying To Remove Your Genital Warts With Unproven, Unnatural, or Potentially Dangerous Approaches
    Some Tips and Precautions You Can Use Rigt Away :

    * Take care not to damage, scratch or pick at these warts.
    * Inform your partner, use a condom, and practice safe sex.
    * Wash your hands thoroughly with hot water and soap.
    * Avoid touching them. Because they are so contagious, you could spread them with your hands.
    Learn the Easy Step Home treatment that Remove Genital Warts Quickly and Easily :
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  • Extreme Dude

    Genital Warts (Human Papilloma Virus) – Home Treatment

    Home treatments may not cure genital warts. However, a health professional may prescribe medicine that you can use at home, such as podofilox lotion or gel or imiquimod cream. 1* http://health.yahoo.com/sexualhealth-treatment/genital-warts-human-papillomavirus-home-treatment/healthwise–hw105612.html

    There is no HPV treatment or cure for the virus. There is also no cure for genital warts. However, genital warts can be treated, either at home or at a doctor’s office.

    For genital HPV, paint the warts with vitamin A or beta-carotene once or twice daily. Add 3 to 4 drops each of thuja, echinacea, and lomatium for best results. Cervical involvement may need to be treated under the supervision of a physician. A retention douche with 1 tsp. each of thuja, echinacea, and lomatium in 2 cups of water may be helpful in resolving superficial warts.

    It is only homeopathy that surely cures warts hundred percent. Medicines commonly used are thuja, causticum, calc carb, kali carb, dulcamara, ferr pic, antim crud, staphysagaria etc.

    Condyloma acuminatum, or genital warts, are caused by certain strains of human papillomavirus (HPV). The warts can be tiny bumps that occur in clusters or develop into larger gray, pink or red masses. Condyloma acuminatum are often more pronounced in women, who can get them in the genital and anal areas. Men often find them on the tip of the penis or on the anus. Consider these treatments if you suffer from this condition.

    Step1: Apply podofilox 0.5 percent liquid or gel to condyloma acuminatum. It’s a common agent because it’s relatively inexpensive, safe and you can put it on yourself. You might feel some irritation after applying it, though.

    Step2: Consider using imiquimod if podofilox doesn’t help or is too irritating. You apply it once at bedtime three times a week and wash it off the next morning. However, you could still get irritation from it.

    Step3: Try trichloroacetic acid (TCA) or bichloracetic acid (BCA) if it doesn’t burn too much. Your provider will apply the liquid carefully to prevent scarring. It’s more appropriate for small warts.

    Step4: Have your provider apply podophyllin if TCA or BCA don’t help. It takes skill and care to apply it because it can cause irritation and even toxicity if it spreads to skin areas surrounding the warts.

    Step5: Go for cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen if you have little patience for ongoing treatment. It’s less expensive than other surgical options, safe and freezes them right off. It’s more painful than topical methods, however.

    Step6: Ask about electrocautery if you don’t mind topical anesthesia. This burns the condyloma acuminatum, though your provider has to be careful not to cause scarring of the surrounding skin.

    Step7: Supplement your HPV treatments with natural remedies. The immune system is supposed to clear the virus in 8 to 13 months. An immune booster like echinacea can keep symptoms from recurring in some people.

    Tips & Warnings

    * While condyloma acuminatum can disappear without developing in a disturbing way, they can recur even years after infection.
    * Oral sex may cause warts in the nose, mouth and throat.
    * While some strains of HPV can cause cervical cancer, there’s no evidence that genital warts do.
    * Consider trying another type of treatment if the one you’re using doesn’t help after 3 months.

    2* http://www.ehow.com/how_2074354_treat-condyloma-acuminatum.html

  • Chimples

    Byron Richards Health and Wellness Resources

    mercola.com

    naturalnews.com

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