Homeopathic medicines are prescribed to patients according to their particular manifestation of symptoms. Different patients require different treatments for their conditions or illnesses because of the overall condition of their bodies. Homeopathic medicine treats the whole body and encourages the body’s natural healing abilities to cure the illness. Homeopathic medicine has treatment plans for genital warts that require a case-by-case analysis by a trained homeopathic physician.
Homeopathic medications are prescribed to patients with genital warts based on a variety of symptoms. After a case analysis of the patient and an in-depth study of various aspects of how the genital warts present themselves, a specific medication is prescribed. Apis, argentum nitricum, belladonna, calcium carbonate, cinnabaris, graphites, lycopodium clavatum, millefolium, mercurius, solubilis, nitricum acidum, phosphoric acid, psorinum, sepia, staphysagria and thuja are all used to treat genital warts.
The chosen medication will depend on various aspects of the patient’s demeanor, symptoms and past medical history. Belladonna is prescribed to patients who are experiencing a burning pain with their genital warts. Sepia is prescribed by homeopathic doctors for male genital warts that are small, flat and itchy. A trained homeopathic doctor will determine which medication is correct for each specific circumstance.
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Conventional medicine can be used in conjunction with homeopathic medications, though the use of homeopathic treatments should be mentioned to a traditional doctor if the two treatments are to be used in tandem.
Homeopathic medications and treatments should never be used without the guidance of a trained homeopathic physician. While the strength of the medications is sufficiently diluted to prevent any ill effects, it is necessary to monitor the progress of genital warts to prevent a serious situation from occurring. Untreated genital warts can be spread, so it is recommended that safe sex practices be used when being treated for genital warts. Keep in mind that a condom is only effective if it covers the affected areas.
Genital warts that prevent urination must be attended to immediately as an emergency situation. These warts block the opening of the urethra and can present a very dangerous situation. It is not recommended that homeopathic medications be used to treat these potentially life-threatening situations. Bleeding genital warts should be seen in an emergency setting as well.
Genital warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and should be monitored after the initial warts are treated and eliminated. A woman who has had genital warts should continue to get regular pap tests every year to monitor for changes in the cells of the cervix. Women who have had genital warts and received treatment are no more likely to get cervical cancer in the future.