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My History and VidaroX

My History and VidaroX
This is my story with genital warts, and I feel like sharing this would help other people as well as myself to come to accept and move on happily. I was diagnosed with HPV in March 2013 at a party after a lot of drinking and being irresponsible with no protection. I was only 19. I felt really odd for weeks and my vagina was hurting slightly. It bothered me so I went to my doctor who misdiagnosed me with thrush. After 2 or 3 months going to my doctor with almost no visible results, I decided to do my own research by reading and using Google (burning sensation and lumps on vagina) and the painful truth...
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HPV and Your Relationship

HPV and Your Relationship
Now, I am a 23 year-old girl who has been diagnosed with genital warts since I was 19. I have won the fight against the depression HPV have caused me and now I am living happily with my boyfriend who fully accepted me with all my conditions. I am aware that I am still young and, by no means, a relationship expert. However, I will gladly share what we have been doing to keep our relationship as strong as ever. First of all, I want you to realize one thing: you can still have a perfectly healthy relationship even when you’re carrying HPV, and that you and your significant other can still be happy just...
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Live (Happily) with HPV

Live (Happily) with HPV
As a 23 year old girl who has overcome and now is living happily with her life despite HPV, let me tell you my experience with living happily even when you have genital warts If you’re in doubt whether or not you have HPV, you should definitely get yourself checked because there are about 20 million Americans are living with HPV. Most people with the virus will never know they have it because most people’s immune systems are strong enough to keep the virus at bay. With that being said, these advices of mine is for the ones who know they have HPV and currently living with genital warts. Okay, let’s not...
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