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I have anal warts (internal and external only). They do itch occasionally. But Ä± have had anla itching for a long time sine about 16 years. The only symptom I have is that I feel a very small presence in the anus sometimes only. Their consistency is a little harder than a hemorroid and they seem to have a long form (like a toothpick). The surgeon wants to burn them surgically but I would like to try other remedies.
I had some around the vagina which have gone. I had burning done twice but they repeated.
I have taken thuja in small doses but read that it enlarges fibroids. I also have fibroids in the womb. I have a child and 2 abortions after that which were involuntary as in both cases the heart stopped at 8 weeeks.
I have taken Thuja, Nitricum, Staphylaria, Natrum in small doses up to 200. Also aurum in small doses, once 1000.
The warts started after cheating from husband 4.5 years ago and also had short rel with someone married so had to be kept secret but was then revealed.
I want a steady relationship but seem to end up with guys who have more than one partner which I really hate but may be Im still resisting marriage because of the way it ended as he cheated on me with ex best friend.
Since this, Ä± have changed cities moving back to my hometown, Ä± am reluctant to make new friends as Ä± dont easliy trust people and Ä± live with my daughter.
I enjoy sex but now with this hpv Ä± am afraid also. I also have hidden sugar but dont take any medication. I have also had hair loss for the last 3 years.
So what remedy can be effective for me?
I am a 47 y.o. female
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zuzu88 on 2018-01-02
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