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After reading some blogs and whatnot i saw that a few guys carefully used Dr Scholls on their penis to treat smaller genital warts.. So 4 days ago i decided to do the same thing.. Not a lot has happened in the last 4 days. I only had two small warts and next to one there is a very small dark brown dot and they look a little red around the edges.. Does anyone know how long the Dr Scholls freeze away takes? -Is this normal?
Also whats the deal with Tea Tree Oil? I heard that helped also and was only $5.. so ive also been applying that a few times a day. All that it seems to do is make me smell like pine.
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