Sorry to hear you're having to deal with that. I guess you must have been told it's a low risk strain since you mentioned warts. Are you or have you been checked for warts/cervical cell changes? If so and you don't have any, I would encourage you to try not to worry as much as you can. It's hard - believe me, I know - but if you aren't having any outward symptoms, you wouldn't even know you were carrying had you not been tested! I too felt like I had to put my life on hold when I first was told I had abnormal cells, but after a while I got angry at letting an impersonal virus ruin so much of my time. So far everything has turned out ok with my first follow up (waiting for the PAP but no biopsy this time), and I'm wishing I hadn't spent so much time worrying initially. I hope you're able to at least push it to the back of your mind.
Here are the things I did to try to help myself clear the virus... basically just generally trying to be healthy and follow common recommendations that most people ignore:
Took a multivitamin in the morning
Took a folic acid supplement at dinner (found some research suggesting folic acid levels may be related to virus clearance, but keep in mind not much research related to HPV is wholly conclusive)
Exercise 3-5 times a week
Get plenty of sleep
Cut out red meat from my diet
Greatly reduced sugar intake (except chocolate...)
Stuck to the '5 a day' recommendation for fruits and veggies, especially broccoli (some studies suggest DIM in broccoli may be helpful)
Used condoms with my partner, even though we're monogamous (again, studies related to viral load)
Used pads instead of tampons (again, studies)
I don't smoke, but I also almost completely eliminated my exposure to secondhand smoke (no smoky bars, clubs, etc)
Side note - I didn't get sick once after I started doing this. Don't know if any of this actually helped virus clearance, but it helped me feel like I had more control, which reduced my worrying. I hope this gets easier for you.