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How to Naturally Get Rid of HPV Faster. Is It Possible?

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In my extensive experience in the field of urology, I have received all sorts of questions related to HPV and genital warts.

Is there a natural treatment to get rid of the human papillomavirus (HPV) at home?

You have probably read that traditional medicine does not offer any treatment to cure HPV.

I want to give you the good news that HPV can be cured by following a natural treatment.

To follow a treatment to clear HPV fast, and as a result, get rid genital warts, you must optimize your immune system so that your own body can eliminate the virus. In this way, the related symptoms will disappear, as well as their consequences, such as cancer, without using medications.

And when your body manages to eliminate the HPV virus, the symptoms will automatically disappear. To optimize your immune system, the only way to do it is with a diet composed of foods that will help you with that purpose.

Natural treatment for HPV for women and men

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As traditional medicine cannot cure HPV, I’m going to offer you the best natural tips here so that you can permanently eliminate this infection from your system and from the comfort of your home. And so you can also remove those annoying warts from your body so that they never return.

One of my first recommendations is not to have sexual relations with other people, or you could transmit the virus. HPV is very easily transmitted. Just with skin-to-skin contact, you can infect another person.

If you do not have symptoms but suspect that you have HPV because your partner has it, you can do a test at home with acetic acid to see if you have genital warts.

Perhaps the virus is in your system, but the warts are not visible. What you do in these cases is buy acetic acid. And when you are at home, you should apply the solution to the skin in the area of your genitals and around.

If HPV is in your system, the invisible warts will begin to appear after applying the solution.

What you will see is something white in color. If that happens, then it is likely that you have HPV in your system. If you want to confirm the above, we advise you to see a doctor to detect HPV and be 100% sure.

How to cure HPV at home with a diet

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To cure HPV in your home, what you should do is follow a diet that optimizes your immune system so that the human papillomavirus is expelled from your body.

The best foods to optimize your immune system and get rid of HPV forever are:

  • Foods high in vitamin C, such as oranges, broccoli, and Swiss chard.
  • Foods with vitamin B, such as whole grains (oats), lentils, or nuts.
  • Foods rich in vitamin A, such as green, orange, and yellow vegetables (spinach, sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli, and squash) and fruits like melon and mango.

Men should consume more of these foods since the male body needs more calories than the female body to be able to cure human papillomavirus permanently.

These were some tips to help you know how to deal with HPV. However, there is much more you need to do if you really want to get rid of HPV and warts forever.

What you need to do is ELIMINATE THE ROOT of the problem.

That’s why I recommend you to look into Dr. Kirkland’s story and how he was able to cure HPV and get rid of warts for good.

Click here to do what he did

What is the Human Papillomavirus (HPV)?

The human papillomavirus, or also called HPV, is a disease caused by a virus, as you probably already know.

To contract HPV, people must engage in sexual activity. And contrary to many beliefs, the use of condoms does not prevent you from contracting this sexually transmitted disease.

Both men and women can contract HPV because condom use only protects the penis. However, the testicles are not protected, which come into contact with the vagina during sexual intercourse.

What are the symptoms of HPV?

Because the testicles and vagina cannot be protected with condoms or a barrier, both men and women can become infected with HPV, whose symptoms can include genital warts in both women and men.

In women, other symptoms may arise. As there are different types of HPV, high-risk ones can cause cervical cancer due to certain lesions that appear there.

Men can also develop cancer, although it is usually rarer. It is generally more common in women.

Is there a test to detect HPV?

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The first thing you should know about HPV is that if you already have symptoms, that is, genital warts, then you have contracted the human papillomavirus.

But it is true that you may not have genital warts.

In that case, if you are male, unfortunately, there is no examination, DNA test, or test that you can do at home to identify HPV. You can only suspect if you have HPV if your partner has been diagnosed with the virus.

In the case of women, there is a test that they can perform with their doctor.

Pap smear or pap test

The pap smear is performed after having sexual intercourse and if you suspect having contracted HPV.

The pap test consists of detecting abnormal cells within the cervix. The sample taken is sent to the laboratory to analyze these cells.

Thus, it is possible to identify the type of high-risk HPV that can cause cancer in the future if those abnormal cells are not eliminated.

Cervical cancers can be prevented if this test is performed frequently to detect abnormal cells within the cervix.

Is there any treatment to cure high-risk human papillomavirus?

If you are a woman and have detected abnormal cells within the cervix, the treatment to follow is to have those cells removed by your doctor.

Usually, what your doctor will do is freeze these cells through a procedure called cryotherapy, where they will freeze the bad cells to prevent their reproduction. And then they will remove them.

How to get rid of genital warts

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As we explained earlier at the beginning of this article, to get rid of genital warts, you must first cure this disease, that is, eliminate HPV from your system forever. However, there is a faster way to remove these skin protrusions.

The following does not imply that you can cure HPV at home. Moreover, the warts may reappear. But what your doctor can do is freeze the warts to remove them.

It is a simple method that does not involve any risk, although it can be painful if performed on the genitals.

We advise not having sexual relations after a “procedure” of this kind for a couple of days. We also recommend these tips after genital wart cauterization.

There is also another way. You can get rid of genital warts from your home by purchasing salicylic acid. Salicylic acid can be obtained at any pharmacy since it is an over-the-counter medication.

To use it, simply place the acid on the skin of the wart to burn it. Remember that this will not cure you, but it can help you get rid of genital warts from your own home.

There are also home or natural remedies for warts, such as garlic, apple cider vinegar, or aloe vera.

What are the symptoms of genital warts?

These types of warts can appear around the vagina, on the penis, or in the anus.

They usually appear isolated or in groups. And they can be flat, raised, or cauliflower-shaped.

If there have been some changes in the skin of your genitals and you don’t know if they are warts, you can make an appointment with your doctor to analyze them and confirm if they are indeed HPV warts.

Problems, risks, and types of cancer due to HPV

HPV can cause cancer in both women and men, which is why it is very important to cure the disease.

Cancer is not the case in most infections. However, it is important that you know this type of information.

Cervical cancer

This cancer, as we explained earlier, can occur due to injuries in the cervix.

Almost all types of cancer in this area of the body are caused by HPV, mainly by high-risk HPV types, such as HPV 16 and HPV 18.

Oral cancer

This is another type of cancer that could appear in the throat when contracting HPV. And it can be caused by practicing oral sex, as the mouth and tongue come into contact with a part of the body where the virus prevails.

Penile, anal, or vaginal cancer

There is a lower risk of developing these types of cancer in most infections. These are usually penile, anal, or vaginal cancer due to HPV.

Although if the virus is one of the high-risk HPV types, there are more chances of suffering from these types of cancer.

Can I get vaccinated against HPV if I already have it?

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You have probably read or heard about HPV vaccines.

These vaccines are only useful for preventing HPV infection. But if you have already acquired the virus, it doesn’t make sense to get the vaccine. Once you have HPV, the vaccine will not help to cure it.

When you already have the virus, vaccines only help to prevent more severe, high-risk HPV cases in the future and to prevent cancer associated with those types of papillomavirus.

If you are a young person and do not have HPV, one of the medical recommendations is to get the HPV vaccine to prevent infection in the future (and the warts and associated cancer).

What precautions should I take with my family if I have HPV?

If you have young children, you should be careful with the type of contact you have with them at home.

Since HPV is transmitted through skin contact, tell your children to wash their hands well with soap after using the bathroom.

All types of HPV can be spread through the shared use of bathrooms. Whether you have warts or not, wash your hands too after using the bathroom to avoid further contamination of the area.

Regarding your partner, it is advisable not to have sexual intercourse (remember that the virus is mainly transmitted sexually). Even if you use protection, intercourse should still be avoided until the HPV virus has been eradicated.

These were some tips to help you know how to deal with HPV. However, there is much more you need to do if you really want to get rid of HPV and warts forever.

What you need to do is ELIMINATE THE ROOT of the problem.

That’s why I recommend you to look into Dr. Kirkland story and how he was able to cure HPV and get rid of warts for good.

Click here to do what he did


Medically reviewed by Dr. John Wellington. Dr. John Wellington is a board-certified physician specializing in internal medicine and preventive health. With over 15 years of experience, he is passionate about sharing his knowledge through a popular health blog. Dr. Wellington holds an MD from Ivy League University and is a member of prestigious medical associations.


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