Condyloma. Anal wart (flat, white, smooth) just inside sphincter. HPV unconfirmedGood morning. I had a routine colonoscopy screening (age 52--my first one) and all was clean with exception of an "anal wart" within the hemorrhoidal area (I think that's what they called it--just inside the opening of my anus). Doctor stated that HPV infection can cause this, but other doctor (colorectal surgeon who wants to schedule me to cut it out) said that there could be multiple causes and that HPV hadn't been verified/tested for. I was surprised to hear that anything had been found as I've had zero symptoms nor have I had any external warts or symptoms. I'm in favor of trying a homeopathic approach in advance of agreeing to the surgery, though. Hopefully someone here can counsel me about this.
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porkchop1 on 2017-11-01
Please take Thuja 30 twice a day for 15 days and see how that affects over a month.
One dose means 2 pills or drops.
♥ kadwa 8 months agoThank you so much for your reply. I saw your reply only this morning. I received two days ago Thuja 1M liquid that I ordered based on another post with similar symptoms. I took 4 drops of that yesterday afternoon with two sips of water.
I appreciate your responses and am wondering if the Thuja 1M that I have now can be used successfully, or should I order the Thuja 30 instead?
porkchop1 8 months agoHaving taken Thuja 1M, you should wait for one month and see how that affects.
Thuja 1M need not be repeated like Thuja 30.
♥ kadwa 8 months ago
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