Dear Cm_spot4 all you can do is increase your immune system while you go through treatment. My doctor took a biobsy and we have been using a applicator of Fluorourcil 5% cream once a week then a douching rinse with a Betadine solution with water. I've been going through this process for 2 mons now and the medicine is starting to breakdown the bad cells. I'm also single and the best thing you can do is just be honest and up front with your potential partner. If they are educated on the virus then it should be a big deal if you are going to be in a commited relationship and even you are not if the man isn't a virgin more than likely he has already been exposed to the virus at som point in his lifetime. Dont live you life in fear just push forward for a positive outcome.View Thread
Everybody please keep in mind it doesnt matter if you used a comdom or not. If the scrotom touches any part of the woman and she has it and doesn't know the man can still get the virus frrom the sexual fluids and skin to skin contact. Same with a man he can have the virus and not know he has the virus and can pass it on to his partner. The best thing you can do is treat the symptoms and increase your immune systems and decrease your stress. because when both are compromised our bodies cannot fight off the virus period. Anyone that has had more than one partner in a lifetime has the chance to be a carrier of the virus period and its just a matter of how your body will fight it off or not.View Thread
From what the doctors have told me you can contract HPV years ago and it can remain dormant for 10 yrs or longer. There is no reason to point fingers. As they told me its just important to keep a look out on your body and get the treatment that you need.View Thread
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