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I just got diagnosed with one of these and I am confused and frightened!

I cant understand where it came from because when I found out I rang my girlfriend and accused her passing it on to me but she has just been to the clinic and she has nothing!! She is the only women I have slept with for over a year and now she thinks I have been with sombody else.

Anybody have any idea how else I could of gotten this thing?
How long does it take to get rid off with cream and solution?
When it does go can I have sex without having the fear of passing it on to my g/f?

I feel disgusting
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replied June 24th, 2010
Hi there, thank you for posting your question. My answer is not intended as a substitute to visiting your own doctor but I hope I can be of some little help.

Genital warts can just arrive out of the blue and are not necessarily passed on from person to person. The are caused by the human papillomavirus. They can be burnt or frozen off or acid like podophyllin can be applied. But here is the best way to get rid of them (after you have apologised to your girlfriend!)

Carry a fresh tube of podophyllin around with you in your trouser pocket. Whenever you get a quiet moment to yourself hold the tube in your hand and just visualise those warts falling off your body. Do this several times a day and your wart will be gone in a few days. They respond to charm or suggestion.

Dr Andrew Rynne.

www.andrewrynne.com



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