Madecassol C is a medication used to treat certain vaginal and/or cervical conditions. Therefore, it is natural to wonder if it might be useful for treating or curing HPV. However, right off the bat, it should be clarified that Madecassol C is not useful for treating HPV.
What does Madecassol C cure?
This medication primarily has antibacterial and antibiotic activity. That is, it cures conditions caused by bacteria, such as vaginitis, vulvitis, or bacterial cervicitis, as well as trichomoniasis (caused by a parasite) or some cervical ulcers of bacterial etiology.
Madecassol C contains 3 components: metronidazole, centella asiatica, and nitrofural. Metronidazole is an antibiotic effective against anaerobic gram-positive bacteria, nitrofural has antiseptic and antimicrobial action, and centella asiatica enhances collagen production.
Since HPV is a disease caused by a virus, Madecassol C is not effective in treating it.
How is the human papillomavirus cured in women?
If you can’t use Madecassol C, what can you use? Well, to cure HPV, you really can’t use anything. This is because the human papillomavirus has no treatment.
This disease is cured solely by the action of your immune system. That’s why the only way to speed up the healing process is to strengthen your immune system with good habits, a healthy diet, and a generally healthy lifestyle.
There are treatments and even surgical procedures that serve to remove the genital warts caused by HPV, but by removing them, you’re not curing the virus, as it remains in your body and could cause more warts later, in addition to the fact that you can still transmit it.
What medications work for HPV?
To treat warts caused by this virus, you can use some medications like the following:
- Local immune system boosters: These are usually topical and can increase the immune system’s activity where they are applied.
- Keratolytics: These are topical medications that destroy wart tissue, attacking areas of the epidermis that are hyperproliferated.
Among the drugs that stimulate the immune response against HPV is imiquimod.
Meanwhile, for keratolytic drugs, there is a varied range. Notably, there’s…
Other ways to treat HPV warts
There are also minor surgical interventions, which involve the removal of warts directly with a scalpel, destruction with lasers, or freezing with liquid nitrogen.
Similarly, there are home remedies for removing HPV warts, among which are:
Now you know that Madecassol is not an option for treating HPV. You have other options to treat its clinical manifestations, which are warts, but only your immune system will truly be able to cure the disease by attacking and neutralizing the virus completely.
Lastly… what should you do?
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 GET RID OF THE ROOT of the problem.
For that reason, 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.
I wish you great success in your recovery!
Medically reviewed by Dr. Amy Wilson. Dr. Amy Wilson, born in the United States, obtained her medical degree from Lincoln University School of Medicine. Specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, she’s dedicated 15 years to women’s health, becoming a distinguished gynecologist and serving in various U.S. medical institutions.