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Genital warts is a sexually transmitted disease that has been plaguing the United States and the rest of the world for decades. Getting diagnosed with genital HPV is one of the hardest things you'll ever have to go through.

I have genital warts. Now what?

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We know how hard it can be to find accurate information about genital warts on the internet... It can be even more difficult if you don't know where to look. There are several reputable resources like the The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that we recommend reading if you want the truth about HPV and can't find the answer anywhere else.

Many people believe that genital HPV infections only come in a single variation of “bad.”

But this isn’t true — It’s actually a common misconception amongst many sexually active young people that genital warts is a “one size fits all” kind of disease. Truth is, there are many different strains of the genital HPV infections and depending on what strain you are infected with, your treatment might work better or worse than someone else infected by another strain.

It’s worth mentioning that 90% of all genital warts cases are caused by just two strains of genital HPV — 6 and 11.

Genital HPV can develop into genital warts, shown here on the anus

An advanced genital HPV infection around the anus. Click to enlarge.

Genital HPV Infections Vary in Strength

Unfortunately, the human papillomavirus is a very advanced infection, capable of morphing itself into new strains caused by environmental factors. For instance, if there is a certain antibiotic prevalent in an infected individual’s body, the genital HPV virus can potentially use that antibiotic to develop an immunity for it, creating a “super virus.”

Obviously being infected by a super virus is not a good thing. Especially in cases of cervical cancer stemming from genital HPV, the last thing you want a virus doing in your body is developing an immunity to the medicine being used to fight the cancer.

Medical technology is battling these super viruses every day.

Merck & Co has released a vaccine called Gardasil that protects against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) strains, 6, 11, 16, and 18. The only problem is that the vaccine cannot treat the virus if it already exists in the patient. The vaccine can only be used as a preventive measure and this is why it is so important to get your children vaccinated before they become sexually active. The vaccine is approved for adolescent women and is also being tested on young men. Hopefully one day we can find a vaccine that will work on all people, regardless of whether or not they have been infected by genital HPV in the past.

What genital HPV strains are responsible for what?

HPV strains 6 and 11 are the two strains known for causing the majority of genital warts cases. Strains 16 and 18 are the deadlier forms that are notorious for causing cervical cancer. Nearly 80% of all infected individuals in the United States are under the age of 30.

There are tons of questions floating around about genital warts. We have a very popular page called Frequently Asked Questions about Genital Warts that lists many popular questions about the HPV virus sent in by our readers. Feel free to take a glance at it. You might discover something you hadn’t known before.

Genital HPV Infection means Genital Warts?

No, not necessarily. In fact, out of all the people infected by the human papillomavirus, only a small percentage (estimated to be less than 5%) actually develop the nasty cauliflower-like bumps known as genital warts. Scientists have said that a person’s immune system plays a major role in whether or not their body can fight off the virus before it develops into full blown genital warts. The weaker the immune system, the more of a chance the person has for growing genital wart clusters.

Protecting our immune systems from genital HPV infections

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Because of this, it is hugely important that we all take care of our bodies and eat right and exercise as frequently as possible. Even maintaining a steady diet can be the difference needed to fight off the genital HPV virus before it turns into genital warts. It gives you something to think about.

Already infected individuals are subject to the same issue. An infected person with a healthy immune system will suffer from less outbreaks and will have a lesser chance of spreading the virus to another sexual partner when it is dormant.

You should feel free to share this information with friends on Facebook or Twitter using the share buttons below. By spreading the knowledge about the types of genital HPV infections, we can help cut down on the needless infections due to ignorance in the next decade.

Have questions about HPV?

If you have any additional questions about how genital HPV infections affect our bodies, don’t hesitate to ask them in the forums or by sending us an email, or by simply leaving a comment using the form below.

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Why does Wartrol have to be sprayed under tongue?

Wartrol is a popular first choice for many people searching for a genital warts treatment.

I got a question the other day about a genital warts treatment called Wartrol. The person asked me:

Why does Wartrol have to be sprayed under my tongue?

I guess this instruction seemed a bit odd and unusual since he was under the impression that Wartrol was going to be in a pill/capsule format.

Well the reason for spraying Wartrol under your tongue is because under the tongue is the fastest method of getting the medicine to your blood stream, just short of injecting it. If you follow the directions properly, you should have no problems giving yourself a dose of Wartrol – which is supposed to be done daily in order to be effective.

Alternative Treatments

You should know that when selecting a genital warts treatment that’s right for you, you are not bound to a single product or medication. Quite the opposite, really. We encourage you to do as much research as you need in order to find a solution that fits your life and your budget. If you have any questions about Wartrol or any other genital wart treatments, please do not hesitate to ask one of the staff members by posing your question in the comment box below or by emailing it to an administrator. We answer questions 24 hours a day and you can expect your question to be treated with urgency.

Believe it or not, we get new readers every single day who ask about this particular treatment.

Looking at all the information we’ve gathered in the past few years, I think it’s safe to say that Wartrol is the most popular HPV treatment on the market, without looking at prescription medications from a doctor.

Helpful Wartrol Tips

Many people don’t know this but there are several things that you do on a daily basis that affect whether or not certain treatments like Wartrol will work effectively or won’t work at all. What do I mean? I’m talking about the things that you eat…

Treatments such as Wartrol and Wartamine heavily rely on your immune system being in great shape. Without a healthy immune system, there is no catalyst for the treatment to work as desired.

How Can I Make My Immune System Better?

Immune system viruses can slow down treatment of genital warts

A virus commonly found attacking poor immune systems

The things you eat directly affect how well your immune system works. You should eat three healthy meals every day and if possible, get a little exercise (like going for a short walk around your neighborhood before going to work). Little things like this have the power to increase your overall health and can also increase the effectiveness of certain HPV treatments by 10x!

Don’t miss out something easy like this. If you don’t have the time to eat properly, don’t even bother looking for cures for genital warts because your body is just going to keep fighting off the medications and you’ll continue to waste your money on treatments that don’t work! You can completely reset your immune system in less than a week if you put your mind to it. Give it a try. I promise you won’t regret it! 🙂

Thanks for being an active reader of our community! Take care.

David Christophe, Human Papillomavirus Specialist & Contributor


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