Warts that formed in your genital region is an exact outcome of having sexual contact. The source of the warts is a virus identified as human papillomavirus of HPV. There are plenty distinct strains of this virus and they are all transmitted fairly effortlessly through skin to skin contact. This makes the virus to a certain extent an infectious one and there has been a rampant HPV in current years in the United States.
If you are like most individuals who have it, it is most likely that you have not yet seek genital wart treatment out of embarrassment. However, you have to understand that when you ignore your genital warts, they will multiply and have the ability to cover a large portion of your genitals, and you can become the carrier of HPV (human papillomavirus)- the virus that causes your genital warts.
Are recurrent genital warts curable? Well again the question is that a person may contract them and seek treating genital warts hoping to get rid of genital warts but again it’s a matter of the basic treatments to minimize outbreaks that can go on for years, usually about 4 or 5 years. Then it’s a matter of one’s immune system to kick in and take the pesky genital warts on full steam.
Having said that, many people have tried self help remedies for removal of genital warts with home cures, and it has worked well for them
There are main old wives tales on how to remove genital warts at home. Some of them are:
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, can also be used for home remedies for genital warts. For centuries, aboriginal Australians have used it to treat a variety of skin conditions. Apply tea tree oil with a cotton ball by taping it to the affected area at bedtime. Leave it on overnight. Repeat until the warts clear.
Apply oil (vitamin E) on the genital warts affected area and put some chopped raw garlic pieces on it and cover using an adhesive tape.
Extract juice from onion slices and add salt to it. Apply this juice on the wart-affected area and see the magical effects.
Consume foods rich in folic acid and beta-carotene. Eat plenty of green leafy veggies.
Genital wart treatment should also include preventive measures to control outbreaks. Keeping the genital area clean and hygienic is essential not only to prevent warts but also other health issues such as infections and foul smell. Practice good habit of daily hygiene. Change your underwear at least twice daily or more, as necessary.