I would really push the fact that you should all be careful when trying these, so called miracle cures! I understand that we all want this to be over, and to have it cleared up in 2 days, but unfortunatly that is not how HPV works.
Using liquid bandages, taking tagement, nail polish remover etc, may clear the visible remains of a wart, but it does not rid you of the HPV virus. Your body must adapt to this virus and kill it, before HPV is gone. I see a lot of new people in these forums, and it worries me that HPV is getting more rampant than it already is. If people are thinking that when a wart disappears they have kicked HPV they are terribly wrong.
I have said this a million times in this forum, just try and get healthy. Do a search for strengthening your immune system, and make subtle changes in your life. HPV is not welcome in our bodies, and it takes time to mount a defense against it. Lathering yourself up with chemicals is not the answer, it might be a quick fix, but just like the duct taped kitchen sink I used to have, its not going to last.
I really feel for everyone who gets HPV, but I have to push the fact that patience is really the only way to overcome it completely. We all have to remember that being a part of this forum means that we are being educated about the topic. If we are educated that really puts a responsibility on our shoulders to make the crucial decisions that can lower the spread of this virus. I wish everyone the best of luck, and hope that this helps a few of you! Peace.
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