Join The War On Genital Warts
Join the war on genital warts. First the bad news, genital warts are caused by the human papilloma virus, which means they are very contagious. They first appear as small bumps, then grow into cauliflower shaped clusters. Both men and women are at equal risk of contracting and spreading this STD. Genital warts can be found on and inside of all the skin surfaces associated with sexual activity.
Being a virus, papilloma or genital warts are very hard to eradicate from your body. A virus is a life form that rewrites the DNA of the infected cells to reproduce itself. The good news is that these viruses have been around as long as life has been on this planet. Your body has the natural compounds and systems to fight off and control these viruses. The trick is to turn on your immune system and feed it with what it needs to fight this virus.
Make no mistake your body is at war and the healthier your choices the faster it will respond. The healthier the choices you make the better your body can rid itself of these foreign life forces that have invaded it. Start a good multi vitamin to prevent the rest of your body from getting to run down as your immune system learns to fight the virus. There are natural compounds like Arbor Vitae, Potassium, Black Sulfide, Wild yellow indigo, and Nitric Acid that rev up your bodies’ ability to fight viruses. Especially viruses like Papilloma.
What does the doctor say? Take care not to damage, scratch, or pick at these warts. Inform your partner, use a condom, and practice safe sex. Wash your hands thoroughly with hot water and soap. Avoid touching them because they are so contagious you could spread them with your hand to other areas of your body.
The most important thing you can do is to Take Action Now! Your health and your partner’s health is at risk, not to mention the health of others you may come into contact with. This is not the end of the world. You and your partner’s lives will be back to normal in time, but it is a good lesson in healthy life choices.
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