Small wart like lumps by tonsils in mouth?

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Hey, I've recently been diagnosed with HPV genital warts which I'm clearing with Warticon, and after much research I've found some weird little bumps in my mouth (picture inserted). I don't know if these are normal, or if they are new warts that are popping up in my mouth! Any advice is much appreciated.

Sorry for the dodgy pic.

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    H, it's possible. Have the Doctor look at it, as some HPV can cause cancer - and some do not. It could just be an irritation. It's important to know either way. 

     

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    How well is the Warticon cream working?
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      For me it seems to be working. I've just finished week two and its made the smaller ones almost completely disappear. The slightly larger ones have considerably shrunk and are almost to the same level as the others. Hope it works for you. 
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    I used the cream you mentioned a while back, didn't work for me. Was using it for about 2months May/June, burned me really bad so stopped using it. I opted for a natural alternative method, & my warts were gone within a week. Ive been wart free since July 2014, so almost 6months! (From research, I found that if warts haven't reappeared after 6months they are very unlikely to come back at all. I'm free & happy smile
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    Thankyou! I actually followed a program that I brought online, that had what to use in it. - I was introduced to it by someone that it worked for also. If you wanted anymore info, just let us know.

    One thing that does play a role though is the immune system. Have a fan weekend!

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