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why doctors didnt find a cure for hpv? why do i have to suffer for all this time?
im 19yrs itll be my 20th month since 2011 with warts NEVER going away
i have anal warts and sometimes i s ee blood during bowel movement due to it..
i tried aldara warticon acv no effect...Now i just did freezing and am waiting to see if it work..

i feel so depressed and very bad..why cant doctors cure this? will it ever go...im so tried emotionally i just wanna die!
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Sorry to hear abt your problem. HPV wart might actually be less severe compared to HSV as it could probably resolve with strengthen immune system. There are at least 2 cases where i read PEGinterferon combined with Ribavirin helped warts resolution it seems. The combination is meant for HCV actually ie hepatitis c. However, the "side effect" seems to help to resolve warts infestation in the hiv patient accidentally.

First case was an hiv positive patient who had hcv and treated with the above combination n somehow patient's warts resolved

Second case was a pt who had systemic warts popping up everywhere in his body because a drug the patient was using for somekind of skin problem causes the hpv in the patient to multiply systemically ..an unexpected outcome. Seeing this the doc tried to resolve such systemic  hpv  problem by emulating the above case drug combination and voila the pt warts disappeared

Link for case 1: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17684645?dopt=Abstract

Link article for case 2:http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/51/1/e4.full

The drug combination is very expensivr and considered as off-label treatment at this time and most docs wouldnt know of this i believe and most wouldnt want to use it i guess, since its off label
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