Dear Gail,thanks a lot for your reply and your words,i really appreciate it.Let me tell u that since i found out for the genital warts i went to the doctor and removed by laser,after that get vaccinated with gardasil,using aldara cream and 2 more shoots of vacination left,after that i was obsessed on google all the time watchin pictures,other causes and read for the oral warts ,from that moment im in the mirrorr each moment in doubts if r warts or no,till i will get medical insurance. my best friend result postive to hpv with 2 types high risk to cancer thats why i felt depresed for my selfafter knowing how is she living all this situation.
I have a question if anyone can answer,how u can remove warts in the tongue is that the same way as genital?
godbless u ,hopefully i will get rid from this asap and back to my real life,i miss laughing since 3 months now,,,,View Thread
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