I've been battling with small flat genital warts for almost a year and got to the point where they became noticeable and extremely embarrassing.
I tried the apple cider vinegar and it worked in killing the warts, but it was painful and made craters. I wanted an alternative and did a lot of research into colloidal silver - decided to give it a try in the form of a cream as well as liquid.
Within a month, all genital warts have cleared, I was reading this forum hoping that I'd be able to give a review and here I am! Thanks to colloidal silver. Make sure it is COLLOIDAL.
Colloidal Silver seems the most effective to me, both for HPV and warts, and for my chronic strep throat, it's 20ppm. I fully recommend this.
Colloidal Silver got rid of my genital warts (well the physical warts that where on my vagina anyway, not sure about the actual virus) and I haven't seen them come back since. When I got the warts, I didn't know what they were and went to my doctors who confirmed that it was GW and referred me to the Genito-Urinary clinic. They prescribed me Aldara 0. 95% cream which damaged the healthy skin around the warts and made it incredibly sore and even open and weeping slightly in places. Couldn't walk. Next, I had them scraped off at the clinic, they applied something caustic and black to seal the wounds I think. The warts came back almost immediately. A friend recommended colloidal silver for another problem I had at the time. I researched it, and realised it could be used for a wide range of complaints. I bought some, applied topically to the warts and now they are gone and have been for a year and a half. I wanted to share this, it was so easy and stress free and I know how down warts can make you feel. And the doctors treatments can make you feel even worse! Thanks for this site, it's amazing. I have a deep distrust of doctors and pharmaceuticals, so the advice on here is perfect. I am planning on trying the ACV for my Rheumatoid Arthritis, and also buying my mum and dad a bottle each to try for various other things. I'll report the results on this site. Thanks :)