most important answer to your questions:
do NOT use OTC wart treatments. they will NOT work for genital warts and WILL irritate them.
garlic tablets will not make them go away, but garlic is very good for your immune system, which is what fights the virus. so eating healthy is beneficial, but don't expect an overnight miracle.
i haven't heard that vinegar works, but i don't think it would hurt.
can't remember your other questions..
there is absolutely nothing we can help you with at this point jeffrey. You need to stop posting online on the boards and go be seen by a medical professional, find out what you have and ask about treatment modalities there. Do not attempt to self diagnose and/or self treat. go be seen and get a professional opinion.
For what it's worth, I have HPV (not sure what kind, my symptoms really do constitute a "borderline case" between high and low risk varieties) and have joined PositiveSingles.com. On that site, there's alot of Buzz about Apple Cider Vinegar. Many people who have tried many other, more medically sound treatments without success have written in to endorse it. Since it's so cheap and appearently harmless, I thought I'd give it a try myself. Results, it definately does something, though I think it's probably more effective for people who have traditional "genital warts" than those that have a subclinical infection under their skin.
What you do is buy cotton balls or pads, soak them in the vinegar, and apply them to the skin. You then need to hold them on to the area, I suggest medical tape or gauze. Either way, leave it on as long as you can, it may sting and be a bit uncomfortalbe, but it's nothing I've found to be unbearable. It's not clear how much or how often your supposed to do this. Some people report results after doing it for a few days in a row, others say a few days a week for several weeks. The key seems to be to look out for the following: that the bumps or area turns ghostly white and swells a bit, and a few hours to a day later, starts to turn black and scabby. If this process occurs, then it means you have some kind of HPV in your skin that is reacting to, and being killed by, the vinegar. How much it can help in your particular case is not clear. and it is also not clear whether this is a real "treatment" that helps you clear the infection, or just something that helps keep symptoms under control. Either way, though, I think it's worth a try. More people that I communicate wtih seem to have success with this cheap, simple method than all the people paying a fortune for cryotherapy, laser therapy, Aldara or any other "standard" treatment. Good Luck!