I was reminded about how important it is to treat genital warts caused by HPV when I just recently had my yearly gynecological exam done. My doctor went over with me how many women are infected by the HPV virus, and how the new vaccine was being offered to young women to prevent HPV (which by the way I wish they’d take off the market, it’s not good for you, and it’s protection is so minimal and misrepresented it’s a joke).
Women need to get an annual pap smear, which is where they take a small sample scraping from your cervix (yes, it’s not very comfortable, but it’s a necessary evil I suppose) and put it under a microscope to determine whether you have any cancerous or precancerous cells that are growing on the cervix.
They have concluded that the HPV virus, which infects so many women that there are more infected than are not because it is so common, is responsible for many cases of cervical cancer, and this pap smear procedure is supposed to mitigate that risk by showing whether the cells growing on the cervix are healthy, precancerous, or showing any signs of becoming cancerous so that they can freeze the tissue and actually take it off if it becomes a threat.
For those who suffer from occasional genital warts from HPV, there is a natural remedy for it that is supposed to work very well. It is a topically applied spray called the Wartrol natural treatment for HPV warts that contains effective calming and soothing ingredients that help when you have a flareup. It’s always good to have natural alternatives since we all know that natural remedies can work just as well or better than their medical counterparts, and now there is a natural alternative for treating HPV warts that works too.