Allopathic treatment of genital or anal warts
Conventional medicine, that is, allopathy can not cure genital or anal warts, as the virus cannot be destroyed, once it enters the body. The warts may be burned off with the help of electrocautery or lasers; frozen with liquid nitrogen for easy removal; or surgically removed, but they generally recur.
Podophyllum resin, interferon inducers, trichloroacetic acid or 5-fluorouracil cream can be used as treatments, topically. However, these medications require several weeks to show results and could irritate the skin.
Women who are pregnant should surely inform their health care provider if they have warts, as fetal abnormalities may be caused by some of the medications for warts.
Sadly, whatever allopathic treatment is given, genital or anal warts have a high recurrence rate.
Rates of recurrence have been statistically estimated to be over 50% after 1 year, probably due to HPV's (Human Papilloma Virus - the virus that causes warts) long period of incubation (upto 1.5 years), undetected lesions, deep lesions and viruses present in surrounding skin that is untreated.
People feel comfortable using homeopathy for anal or genital warts. Treatment wise, homeopathy is considered one of the safest, because there are no side effects and the ingredients are natural. Your genital or anal warts are going to be cured completely, with the proper homeopathic treatment, especially if started at the earliest.
Homeopathy is an alternative medical treatment, invented by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a German MD (medical doctor). Homeopathy is based on the 'like can cure like' principle. For example, if a certain plant or herb, when taken in heroic doses brought about some symptoms in the body, like 'itching, blotched skin, dry throat, sweating', then the same herb or plant would be able to stimulate the body to get rid of these symptoms, when they present themselves in a patient with similar symptoms.
Homeopathic cures are an approach to heal viral infections caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that address the causes and symptoms as well as the disease itself.
Homeopathy offers extraordinary treatment that produces results that are promising, to cure all types of illnesses, including warts. It is safe and can be combined with other types of medications. Homeopathic treatment is a regimen 'par excellence' for genital and anal warts which, when religiously taken, will deliver results effectively, as it treats the root cause of the ailments and could result in a permanent healing.
The homeopathic cure is more rapid if the remedy is appropriately taken, with the appropriate dosage and correct proportion. Homeopathic therapy has no known addictive elements, nor any side effects.
In homeopathy, genital or anal warts are not treated like in allopathy or conventional medicine. Homeopathy is an approach that is painless, compared to surgery, laser therapy, cryotherapy, freezing or other invasive treatments that focus on removal of warts alone.
Homeopathy works closely and in harmony with the natural healing processes of the body, to attack the virus without suppressing it, compared with other conventional anti viral medications. A homeopathic cure can have better results and benefits if started early. If the genital or anal warts are already in an advanced state, the virus is more aggressive, due to which a cure may take longer.
Given all the options, it is you who should choose which type of treatment is suitable for your condition - homeopathy or allopathy (conventional medicine).
48 homoeopathic medicines give great relief in genital or anal warts and can cure them completely. The correct choice and the resulting relief, however, is a matter of experience and right judgment on the homeopathic doctor's part. The correct homeopathic treatment is decided after taking the case of the patient, thoroughly. Thus, homeopathic remedies for genital or anal warts are designer made, unlike allopathy, in which all patients receive the same surgery or drugs - although trade names may be different.Please E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions/ treatment.