Be honest for a moment:
You want to get rid of your HPV warts so bad that it dominates your waking thoughts.
While using AHCC for genital warts cure is no doubt an option —
Does it really work with treatment success testimonials?
How much is the recommended AHCC dosage to be taken?
How Does AHCC Work To Help Our Body?
One of the natural remedy that have been discovered to be effective in the treatment of warts is AHCC (active hexose correlated compound) – a natural substance extracted from a specific mushroom species in Basidiomycetes family.
Japanese mushroom extract AHCC is commonly used as a nutritional supplement which works with our body’s natural defenses to fight infection. It is known as a biological response modifier which boosts the action of our natural immune system in response to infections and other kinds of diseases.
While the presence of cytokines and dendritic cells help our body eliminate infections, clinical studies show AHCC is potent enough to improve the active functions of these cells in defending our immune system and reducing the chances of tumors growths and cancer – without adverse side effect.
Usage / Dosage of AHCC For HPV Treatment – Including Genital Warts
Dr. Judith A. Smith who is an associate professor at the department of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at the UT Health Medical School carried out research to determine the effects of AHCC in the treatment of 10 women diagnosed to be HPV positive.
The participants were treated by orally administering a dosage of 3 grams AHCC daily for 6 months. At the end of the experiment, 5 of the HPV positive women were confirmed to be negative, and 3 from this group showed signs of a complete eradication after they were taken off AHCC.
While this study used only women as participants, Dr. Smith holds the opinion that similar results will be obtained when AHCC is used to treat men due to the similarities in men and women’s immune systems and the fact that the same strain of HPV affects both genders.
As Dr. Smith revealed to FoxNews, there have also been reports that men who used AHCC noticed their genital warts were cured without recurrence.
Genital warts are classified as sexually transmitted infections which occur when the individual is exposed to the human papillomavirus (HPV). In this classification, there are low-risk HPV strains HPV-6 and HPV-11 identified as the major causes of genital warts.
Below are some examples of actual user feedback on AHCC genital warts treatment success story:
|>> Check out experience sharing from AHCC user Dustan Seeger|
|>> Check out AHCC experience for warts patient|
>> Check out experience sharing from AHCC user Ann Smith
Can Genital Warts Go Away then Come Back Again?
According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine:
The estimated incubation period from HPV infection to genital wart development is 2 weeks to 8 months, with the majority of genital warts appearing 2–3 months after an HPV infection.
Genital warts can appear on the patient’s private area like penis, scrotum, vagina, vulva, cervix, or anus. This type of skin-colored cauliflower-like wart may show up as single skin bump/lesion or appear as a cluster of them.
HPV symptoms such as genital warts can be effectively cleared, but it may recur after many years.
An individual whose immune systems become compromised could experience a recurrence of HPV as an opportunistic infection taking advantage of the individual’s weak immune system at that time. Individuals who experience this may suffer from recurring warts outbreak.
With research shows AHCC serves as immunomodulatory agent that keeps our body immune system strong and balanced, this natural Japanese Shiitake mushroom extract can help to fight HPV warts from keep coming back.
- How Long can Genital Wart Virus Stay Dormant in Your Body?
- How to Build Your Body Immunity To Fight Recurring Warts from Keep Coming Back?
Can HPV Genital Warts Be Prevented?
HPV vaccines are available to help prevent genital warts, and the spread of HPV to sexual partners. The HPV vaccines approved by FDA include:
- Gardasil: This one protects against HPV-16, HPV-18, as well as HPV-6 and HPV-11 which are largely responsible for causing genital warts. This form of HPV vaccine can prevent various cancers that can be caused by the infection of these HPV types.
- Gardasil 9: Prevents infections by all 4 HPV types that Gardasil prevents, as well as HPV-31, 33, 45, 52 and 58.
Related Read: How Old is Too Old for HPV Vaccination – Any Age Limit?
HPV vaccine does not protect against all the 100 over HPV types. The vaccine prevents infection by the common HPV types that are responsible for putting a person at a risk of getting genital warts and cancers, including the cervical, anal and penile cancers.
|Disease / Symptoms||HPV Strain Type|
|Cervical Cancer||16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58|
|Precancerous Changes||16, 18, 34, 39, 42, 55|
|Laryngeal Papillomas||6, 11, 30|
|Throat / Oropharyngeal cancer||16|
|Anal Cancer||16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58|
|Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia||6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58|
|Penile Cancer||16, 18|
|Genital warts||6, 11, 30, 40-44, 54|
|Plantar warts||1, 2, 4|
|Flat warts||3, 10, 27, 28, 41, 49|
|Common warts||1, 2, 4, 26, 27, 29, 41, 57|