Hello. I feel your pain, living with HPV can be very emotionally scarring as it strips a woman of her femininity. It is horrible that you have a bad case of genital warts, because even if I notice one, it changes my mood dramatically. I am 18 too, so I can identify with you a little bit. It's not fair that you took precautions, you did it with the right guys and yet you still managed to get the virus.
As I am 18 like you, I can't tell you an uplifting story about marriage and kids, but I assure you there are many women out there who go through this but they come out the other side of the dark lonely tunnel happily married with children. Although genital warts can be passed to kids in birth, it is unlikely, so many women experience no problems.
When I first found out I had genital warts, I was heart broken because I, like you, had never had sex with someone I didn't consider to be in love with, in fact I had only been with 2 guys. At the time I suspected something, I had started a relationship with a new guy. I told him my fears straight away and he was so loving and caring. He said he didn't mind because he wanted me. He came with me to my appointment and we dealt with it together. He has never once doubted our relationship and we've been together 6 months. I don't know if that will make you feel better or not, but it shows there is love after this.
Maybe the treatments you used before weren't reacting with your body enough, ending in bad outbreaks. Fingers crossed that the aldara is the treatment for you. It's what I used, and it really did the job. I'm guessing you have some sort of deficiency which makes your body find it difficult to fight things off so I won't sit here and tell you "it will clear in 2 years" because you've probably heard it all before. Have you tried getting healthy? Vitamins etc, no smoking, drinking. That helps a lot.
I know you have probably lost a lot of faith, but rest assured you will meet someone open minded one day who will accept this part of you. So many people come to this forum feeling hopeless, wondering how they could possibly be in a relationship, but with a gentle push they come back joyfully surprised at how accepting people can be. HPV is so common, there are even dating sites where people with it can date others and not have to fear about being judged. Maybe that's something you could look into?
My only advise would be to carry on believing in love because you will find it if you have faith. Obviously it will be difficult, and you'll come across some people in your time who make the decision that they don't want to get involved, but its there loss. You say yourself you're beautiful. One day you will meet a guy who regards you as so important, that the virus you have wont even matter.
Don't let HPV ruin your life. Don't let it win. Fight back, hold your head up high and control the virus, don't let it control you.