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Have genital warts on labia minora. Getting pain during intercourse. Any cure?

I am wondering if I have genital warts or skin tags on my labia minora . They appear to be polyp like, a rounded tip connected by a thin bit of skin to the rest of the labia. A year ago, I had an abnormal pap and followed it by a colposcopy that appeared to be normal . Last month, I went in for a follow up pap that showed to be abnormal again. I have a colposcopy scheduled for this week. This is the first I have noticed any sort of wart or skin tag or whatever it may be. I recently participated in protected intercourse and found it to be somewhat painful or uncomfortable. I also bled a small bit. I attributed that to lack of vaginal lubrication , but I am not sure if it is relative to this as well. I have taken 2 pictures, but I do not how to send them.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Welcome to health care magic forum,
Warts of any type is 100% curable with homeopathic treatment. there are so many documented cured case of warts which are treatment with homeopathy and does not need any cauterization or other chemical application.
Be sure that, Homeopathic medicine must be selected after taking detail history of your physical as well as mental makeup. Then n then you will get satisfactory result. So consult good classical homeopath. You will surely get benefit with homeopathy.
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Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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