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OH NO, I HAVE ANAL WARTS!!!!!:
I would give you the whole sob story on what it was like discovering the warts, how sad I was, how I didn't even want my boyfriend (yes, I'm bi) to touch me, blah, blah, blah... you already know this first hand if your here so lets get right to the solution.

Solution:
1. Shower and wash anal area VERY well.
2. Dry anal area COMPLETELY!!!
3. Place a paper towel (not toliet tissue) in the area of the wart(s).
4. Let the paper towel stay in place, changing it when you see fit, so long as the area STAYS DRY.

Notes:
The paper towel is obviously not going to feel very comfortable...but it beats burning your anus off with vinegar (not saying that that method doesn't work. I just suggest you try this method before using ACV). I promise that you will get use to it.

Keep a paper towel in at night also.

My warts were COMPLETELY gone after three days of this. I did a check back there and once I saw how quickly they were shrinking I did my happy dance (I seriously did a happy dance!!!!)

I HOPE THIS WORKS FOR YOU AS WELL AS IT DID FOR ME!!!

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Anonymous

hi this is ragu age 25 male(bisexual), iam suffering anal warts from 9 months on wards, i consulted a doctor 7 months back he suggested podowart lotion for this anal warts, i applied it weekly once, when i applied it the warts is gone in with in 4days but after few days it coming back till now this thing is going on, please suggest any permanent solution for this..
please help me i suffered a lotttttttttt

Anonymous

hi this is ragu age 25 male(bisexual), iam suffering anal warts from 9 months on wards, i consulted a doctor 7 months back he suggested podowart lotion for this anal warts, i applied it weekly once, when i applied it the warts is gone with in 4days but after few days it coming back till now this thing is going on, please suggest any permanent solution for this..
please help me i suffered a lotttttttttt

Anonymous

What is the logic behind the paper towel if i may ask?

M@tt

The logic is too deprive the warts of moisture so they shrivel up... it doesn't get rid of the warts completely or HPV but it does shrivel them up to a point where it isn't quite so embarrassing when you have to bend over at the doctors office to be examined. (my logic anyway).

G

Instead of a paper towel try the following. It worked well for me during post-op convalescence.

Use women's panty-liners, but not like they do. (Well, you can try their way where it sticks to the panties if you want but I wanted it to about any bleeding or secretions at the site, not when it travels a little ways.) You can use the ultra thin ones if you want, but I preferred the regular, not heavy or maxi (those are too bulky). You can get a box of store-brand ones at any drug store or national retail chain. I take two of them, pull the backing off the adhesive and put the two adhesive sides together which leaves the adsorbent sides to the outside. The adhesive doesn't stick to your skin or your underwear and pull the liner away from the area you are trying to keep dry. Then I spread my cheeks and put the specially assembled pad lengthwise (an adhesive side toward each cheek). It should stay in place just because it fits right in there almost perfectly, but I'd just wear underwear (dark underwear) to help keep it in place.

Anonymous

I did toilet paper instead of paper towel and it got rid of those little buggers real fast. I had tried ACV and having them froze off by the doctor - neither worked for me. I changed the toilet paper every 1.5 to 2 hours to make sure it remained dry down there and kept it in overnight. There was some discomfort while the warts were drying out, but after 3 or 4 days they were gone. Thanks for suggesting.

Anonymous

I am a woman of 42yrs..i had a wart on the area of my vagina,and inside my vagina.i applied podowart 2 months ago but till now it can't be cure..please help

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