Anyone using apple cider vinegar for warts?

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I found this little white thing below my vagina. It didn't look like any of the STD pics online but I just feel sure it's a wart. I was reading about apple cider vinegar and how it can kill them so I've been putting that on the area for 5 days. That white one is smaller but I can see many other tiny ones about 10 min after holding a cotton ball soaked in the vinegar on the area. Has anyone had any luck with this method? I won't spread them around like this, will I?

I'm traveling for work right now and won't be able to get to the doctor for a couple of weeks.

I'd like to post a couple pictures but I'm not sure how. I keep getting a file too large message.

Maybe it's not even warts but I have a sinking feeling that is exactly what I have. I always use condoms but I'm reading up on HPV. It looks like that doesn't necessarily help.

If anyone has treated theirs with apple cider vinegar how long did it take to get rid of them? I'm also open to trying other methods. I just want them gone (who doesn't?)!

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    I will never use apple cider vinegar again. I thought for sure something was a wart. turned out it wasn't and I'm still hurting from messing everyrhing up with the vinegar weeks later

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      yea def. don't use acv on your skin, it burns and the pain is unbearable, i used coconut oil and it itches and did not do anything? i don't know why the internet recommends using it on your skin, maybe a specific brand.

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      Did what you originally thought was a wart turn white with the vinegar? I'm beginning to think that maybe not everyone's warts turn white.

      What did your not wart end up being?

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      it was just a vaginal bump.i would suggest posting on the is this hpv board on reddit. lots of people who have had positive warts help out as well as medical professionals. worth a shot

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