About a week ago I noticed some irritation around my vulva. After a day, I began to notice a cluster of bumps emerging. By doing research I realized they were genital warts and that I have HPV. But after a couple of day, the warts began to get black dots in the middle of each wart (and they''re getting worse everyday). Now my entire left lip is pretty swollen and now it is starting to be pretty painful. My lymph nodes is my groin area are also extremely swollen and tender too.

Is this something more than HPV? I have an appointment but its still a week away and I''m getting very nervous. My immune system is also pretty low right now too because I am getting over a bad cold. Should I be worried? or is this normal?
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replied April 7th, 2010
Hi Jojo13:

Im sure that something its wrong there,and i can feel you pain, my ex GF had the same problem and she took STD test and you can find a lab near to your place going to google maps....
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replied July 15th, 2011
i hope it's not HPV/genital warts.


i have HPV but it's the warts strain. i got rid of my warts by apply a home remedy solution Wartscide and in two days they dried up, blackened, and fell off. gross, i know but i was so relieved when they fell off and it was painless unlike dabbing apple cider vinegar for them.

but you should get yours checked first to be sure it is genital warts (or not).

good luck! tell us how it'll go.
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replied July 19th, 2011
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hi! how do you get this wartscide? i've read a lot of good comments about this. i'm wondering where can i purchase this? thanks!
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replied July 29th, 2011
Nope, it is not normal, especially if it causes you pain. You need to address the problem immediately before it gets worse. Consider using products such as Wartscide if you are sure that what you have is really warts.
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replied August 10th, 2011
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oh. i found another product for genital warts. it's called zerowarts uk. if you're on treatment you can try this one. you can get it from their website so is wartscide, i think. wish you well!
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replied August 15th, 2011
Hi, Jojo13. I suggest that you see a doctor first in order to know if those are genital warts or not. However, if this is not an option for you, you might want to try using an otc medication as a preventive measure for your genital warts. There are various otc medications in the market today, so you won't have a hard time purchasing one. It will be best if you settle with a product that contains all natural ingredients, like Wartscide, to make sure that it is safe to use. Still, it will be best if you see a specialist because only then will you know what treatment is appropriate for you. Good luck on treating your genital warts.
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replied August 19th, 2011
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Hi Jojo13, how did the appointment go with your doctor? What was the diagnosis? I hope all is well.

I remember when I had genital warts: I didn't have symptoms like that. A cream called Zerowarts even worked to get rid of my warts. So I think it must be something else.
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