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AlmostGone

I found my first Genital Wart about a year ago and didn't know what to do. I went to the doctor but the imiquimod didn't hardly work at all.
After finding this site I tried the Apple Cider Vinegar .
WHAT I DID

-fill the cap of the vinegar jar with ACV(dont need much)
-tear off a tiny pice of a cottonball just big enough to cover the wart, and soak it in the ACV.
-place the soaked piece on the wart and cover it with a bandaid. I used the little dot sized ones.
-do this for each wart. Then i used soft medical tape to keep them all in place.
-did this every night, and showered every other day or so to gently remove the blackened 'scabbed' warts.

WHAT I AM WONDERING IS has anyone found a method to keep them off? I have been using my AVC method on all the existing warts and some of the new ones. But it seems like new ones keep sprouting up. Has anyone else experienced this? how long will I have to keep blasting them before they stay gone?
These new ones are not as big or defined, they are more bump like and I feel like I should use a more gentle treatment. Any suggestions?

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Anonymous

From what I've seen the only treatments really are to constantly stay in routine with using ACV but not all the time, boosting your immune system by taking garlic, vitamin C, omega D3, B12 and then constantly keeping clean using witch hazel and bio oil. Right now I had about 5 warts around the inside of my anus so after two or three acv overnight treatments I'm left with about one that's a really small bump and then some open cuts from the treatment that happen to mildly bleed when I wipe because of the crappy toilet paper here at the college dorms so I've been using coconut oil to put on it. Supposedly coconut oil does wonders so it's beginning to improve though I see some wart looking things appearing around my anus so I'm just gonna keep doing what I'm doing and hope for the best. Keeping the area dry is what keeps it all from spreading as well but it's fine if the coconut oil is there as long as it's not a sweat-line moist.

Anonymous

Skin-like*
I also have a tea tree oil bar soap that I hope is also working because somewhere on here said that tea tree oil works as well.

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