This article will explain the causes, symptoms, and how to prevent future outbreaks of Genital Warts. Genital warts occur more often than you might think, but it doesn’t change the unpleasant feeling you may feel during these occurrences. They can spread through many factors, including sexual contact and contact with someone at home.
Let’s first discuss genital warts. They are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus, (HPV). They may appear as raised bumps, red, pink, or white, along the genital area. In some cases, they may not be visible without close inspection of the affected area. Genital Warts can cause burning, itching, and heavier discharge than normal. Intercourse can cause bleeding and pain. Intercourse is the most common method of transmitting Genital Warts.
However, it can also be passed to other members of your family by inadvertently using the same towel or wearing the same clothes without washing them. Genital warts can be contagious so it is important to avoid touching or sharing anything that may come into contact with the infected area. Rarely, genital warts can be passed to infants by their mother through child birth. To ensure that you are prepared for the birth, it is a good idea to inform your doctor if you are pregnant.
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Genital Warts can sometimes disappear by themselves in some cases. Waiting for this to happen may take longer than you would like. It is important to treat the affected area immediately to avoid spreading the disease to others and increasing the chance of developing cancer. The first step to treatment is diet and location.
Proper nutrition will improve your immune system and help you avoid future outbreaks. Healthy immune system is enhanced by diets high in Folic Acid, Beta-Carotene and other nutrients. Elderberry extract is a popular choice because it contains high levels of Folic Acid, Beta-Carotene, and can be purchased at most natural food shops. Thuja or Nitricum acidum can also be used, but only after a recommendation by a homeopathic physician. You can also avoid smoking and taking oral contraceptives to boost your immune system.
The second step is to find the infected spot. This can sometimes be difficult. Apple cider vinegar is a good choice. It is safe to use for the entire genital area in a period of 12-24 hours. However, it is not recommended to leave it there for more than 24 hours. To see the infected areas clearly, you will first need to clean them by washing them and carefully removing all hair. It is highly recommended to use extreme caution when using a razor to avoid slicing off a Genital Wart or causing heavy bleeding.
It is recommended that you dispose of the razor immediately so that no one in your household or you come into contact with it again. To locate all warts, visually inspect the area after removing hair. You may not always be able to see them so soak a paper towel or washcloth with apple cider vinegar and apply it to the area. Secure with medical tape for 8-12hrs. This should be done at night before you go back to sleep.
When you wake up, carefully remove the tape and inspect the next day. The genital warts will appear as white bumps or hardened spots. Some may even look crusty if they are larger. You can begin treatment at this point. It is recommended that you do it every day around the same times or times.
The apple cider vinegar, which is used to locate locations, will be your main ingredients. You can use anything acidic, such as lemon juice, lime juice, and pineapple juice (anything high-in vitamin c), as well as aspirin. The infected areas should be thoroughly dried. Then, mix crushed aspirin with a mixture of salicylic acid to make a paste. Apply this paste to the infected area. Allow the paste to dry completely, then cover it with medical tape for at most 8-12 hours.
To avoid spreading the salicylic acid, it is important that you use homemade. This could cause more pain and discomfort than you already experience. You will notice a change in your appearance within a few days if you continue this process every night. They may appear more hardened and crustier, and may even change in color. They will eventually turn black and will eventually stop growing. Do not pick at them, or try to remove them. This could lead to heavy bleeding, infection, and even further spread of the Genital Warts.
After all Genital warts have been eliminated, intercourse or masturbation should be avoided. Importantly, just because you have completed the process successfully does not mean you are free from Genital Warts (HPV) virus. The best home remedy for Genital Warts (HPV virus) is safe sex, regardless of whether you have been diagnosed.