These types of treatments for the removal of genital warts must necessarily go through the hands of the doctor, so I do not recommend trying to remove warts with tricks from home or with magic products promoted by the network.
Certain types of treatments are harmless to humans, but there are also treatments that can be harmful to health in the worst case. Be embarrassed to look for professional solutions if you suspect that you may have genital warts.
The types of treatments that are considered the safest today for the removal of genital warts are of two types, topical and surgical, in which there are several options, namely:
- the topical ones are made by applying trichloroacetic acid (TCA), podophyllin or liquid nitrogen (the wart freezes).
- the surgical ones for removing these warts are performed by electrocautery (burned with electricity), cryotherapy (cooled and removed), laser therapy or surgical excision.
Although these 2 types of treatment can eliminate this problem, neither can eliminate genital warts, so warts and their symptoms often reappear after being treated. According to recent studies, warts last 2-3 years until the immune system eliminates them.
Natural remedies to support medical treatment. People need to support their immune system with the following natural remedies.
Phytotherapy to support the treatment:
- Echinacea. Its role is to increase the immunity of the human body. It is taken on a prescription from your family doctor to benefit from the recommended dose.
- Astragalus: The ancient plant in Chinese medicine against viral and bacterial infections. It is also a regenerator of the immune system after chemotherapy. Take 9-12 gr. root daily, put a decoction in a liter of water and distribute three fires a day.
- Sitting baths made with garlic and onions. Specialists recommend that they should be done 3 times a day in order to benefit from the ability to defend against genital warts.
- Nutrition plays a very important role in this problem, so I recommend you increase your intake of vitamins A, B, C and E, zinc, lactobacillus acidophilus and L-cysteine. As well as folic acid and beta-carotene, which are found in orange, yellow or red fruits and dark green vegetables.