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Genital warts

I had genital infection it got cured still there is 2 or 3 skin or may be scales/boil there around mouh of penis. Doctor says cud be warts. So u should consult a dermatologist or homeo. Please help is homeo good for it or can i take both treatment together
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Amal Mandal Kolkata | Homeopath
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Being a Sr. Homoeopath in Kolkata, I should not make any suggestion to you without full homoeopathic classical case recording for making proper selection of remedies. Therefore if you feel free,  may contact Dr. Amal Krishna Mandal , Dumdum through Google search or website askhomoeo.com to get phone  no and to take appointment even on line treatment.
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Yes, genital infection/warts is effectively managed by homoeopathic physician. Homeopaths consider these cases as chronic ailments. Homoeopathy is a system of medicine, which treats patients based on the symptoms, physical and mental constitution, heredity, past history of disease or suffering, modalities, generalities, miasm and others, along with the diagnosis and pathological data WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECT.
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Hello.
Consult a homoeopathic physician for proper medication. Homoeopathy can help you. Choose one mode of treatment not combined.
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi there I understand your concern it may be due warts,herpes,other sexually transmitted diseases...one should be examined clinically with detailed history... You may require investigations like urine routine, urethral swab and microscopic examination...Consult nearest dermatologist they will do the needful.
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