Does immune system destroy common warts virus?

It can.... Get it treated! you can use the liquid you can also try oral Cimetidine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718 ). It seems to boost the immune system and help get rid of warts.

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I have HPV- Genital Warts. Will get PAP smear done soon. I'm 28. Can I fight the virus our of my system with my immune, if yes how (diet/supplement)?

Here are some ... Catracting HPV infection is the common thing in life; some have symptoms like what you saw "genital warts", and most of others become HPV-carriers with no visible lesion & symptom. Somehow, personal immune defense ability can well contain these invading virus. As to if any diet or supplement can do the trick to control it, there has been no known agent for such. But healthy lifestyle can help ... Read more...

Can men be cured from HPV that causes warts? Will their healthy immune system get rid of it? And will warts go away by themselves or surgery needed??

Not really. Once you've met a particular strain of HPV, it's yours for life. Warts may come and go. Anything you read about "strengthening your immune system to fight HPV" is by crooks. Warts are best removed by your physician. Read more...

If I have HPV that causes genital warts can my immune system ever surpress it?

"Fight" HPV, yes. Your immune system can "fight" HPV by mobilizing antibodies and white blood cells but it may not contain or suppress active genital wart lesions. Read more...

If I have unprotected sex with a wart will my partner get warts if he doesn't have them or will he just get hpv. Is it based off of his immune system?

Possible. Genital warts are very contagious. If you have warts and have unprotected sex, he has a good chance of getting warts because you are spreading that viral strain. A strong immune system does prevent breakouts. Read more...

If I have HPV that causes genital warts can my immune system ever surpress it so that it does not come back?

MAYBE. These strains often clear eventually with or without treatment. However, they are from a family of viruses that tend to persist in your body for life, seen or unseen. The potential for a recurrence of visible lesions remains.Unfortunately, these strains are not killed off or suppressed by current anti-virals. Vaccines given prior to any sexual activity remains the best way to avoid the issue. Read more...