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Any successful story after being diagnosed of hpv?

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  • Posted By: jenica156
  • March 21, 2011
  • 05:54 AM

Last year October i was diagnosed of HPV. I have warts on my genital area. I tried some alternative treatment like Castor oil before engaging into medical intervention, i applied it on the area like a lotion and amazingly it peeled off the warts 85-90% in just week. But it came back November and i discovered that i am pregnant. Warts recurrence happens when our immune sytem is low and during pregnancy immune system is low. December i undergo cauterization. After a week i feel bumps in my vagina,( 2 bumps), i applied castor oil again and used WARTROL. After 4 days i think the bumps disappeared. Its been 4 months without breakouts. Recurrence is possible if your immune system is low but some says 2-3x recurrence happens. Keeping your body fit will decrease the chance of recurrence. Dont smoke! Aside from castor oil and WARTROL that i used, i am taking vitamins like vit c and vit e that is good for our immune system. If you are at younger age your body could fight the virus because younger people have a good immune system . Most men and women do acquire immunity to their acquired HPV type in a year or three. According to some studies HPV will be cleared by our own body 6month-2 years, but of course we have to help our body.

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  • I got quite bad HPV when I was pregnant (they actually suggested I abort due to it as it was early pregnancy so they could treat it better and I had the worts over and going into my cervix etc). I continued with the pregnancy with it and Id assume it went away during the pregnancy as they stopped mentioning about it half way throu pregnancy. My daughter ended up thou catching it from me during birth http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laryngeal_papillomatosis and ended up having 2-3 years of throat/vocal cord surgeries (every 8-12 weeks, they kept on growing back fast) to keep her airway open due to HPV which affected her vocal cords. She was very lucky all this surgery and worts didnt damage her vocal cords. Ive since learnt that many mothers are given some meds to prevent it speading to baby during the birth but they didnt do when I gave birth to my child. Please do some research and find out what is given during childbirth to prevent this from possibly spreading to your child.
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  • I forgot to add.. as far as I know my worts went after giving birth (as no doctor has since mentioned to me).
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