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Elsa Mosciski answered jamie Ghatrib's question
Valrtex is not a effective approach to get rid of genital wart. It must be healing permanently through the natural home remedies.There are various home remedies to get rid of warts.
Although you should try wart removal, you can get more home remedies for warts to get rid of warts of any kind.


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Elsa Mosciski answered Anish Chandy's question

It depends what kind of wart it is. If it is a planters wart you will probably need to get it removed from a laser. I have personal experience with this, I've had a planters wart on the bottom of my foot, those warts are pretty severe, and I had to get it removed with … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered Daphne Kirschner's question

Use apple cider vinegar on a bit of cotton, stick a band aid over it, do this every evening before bed, within a couple of days the wart will turn black and it will eventually peel or fall of within five to seven days. If the skin around the wart becomes irritated just put some … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

Its impossible, without sex how can you pregnant? But I didn't take the tablet at as near to the same time each day, but with the implant this obviously works different as its a slow release type medication, maybe it doesn't work well for yourself. Maybe your getting too much of the hormone at once, … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

Everyone has the occasional late period, it can be due to things such as stress or illness, but in your case it is likely purely down to your age - your reproductive cycle is complex so it takes time to work as it should, as you're still developing physically and sexually that can effect your … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

Getting pregnant depends on when you ovulate. If you are on a 28 day cycle (most women are) then you would ovulate 14 days after the first day or their last period. Which is 14 days before your first day of your next period. But not every women has a 28 day cycle and for … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

A "normal" cycle is a 28 day cycle that includes your period. So you start every 22 to 23 days. If you are a teenager then your period probably hasn't regulated itself yet and eventually it will get closer to 23 days.
My period has came earlier than usual before, it didn't mean anything. But … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered Anonymous' question

This is the most common cause of missed periods. If you have had unprotected sex even once in the past several months, see your doctor for a pregnancy test before you consider any of the other possible causes.
Stress is the second most common cause of late or missed periods in teenagers. It may be … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

I guess it is not impossible but it is very unlikely. You would ovulate around half way in between periods and that is only for a few days.
Also it has been reported that some women get a period during pregnancy but it is fairly rare.
So i would say no you are not...... But … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered thomas elder's question

The middle two weeks of a menstrual cycle (starting from the first day of the periods) in a woman may be taken as fertile days. I calculate my ovulate days through this Ovulation Calculator.
Generally and many a time, even a few days after completion of the periods may also be considered as … Read more

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Elsa Mosciski answered

I have always been maternal and was always very mature, I fell pregnant for the first time when I was 21. Although, I loved the whole experience and I am and was a great mum (even if I do say so myself) my boyfriend left me when she was 3 months old. Financially and emotionally … Read more