How to treat warts?
What are Warts?
Those hard, bumpy, raw growths that we call warts can occur anywhere on the body. They are transmitted through casual touch, so the hands, fingers, face, and feet are the most common.
Warts originate from HPV (human papillomavirus). There are over 100 types of HPV and warts are caused by just a small number of those viruses. Warts troubled humans for thousands of years — they were found on 3,000-year-old mummies, and Shakespeare described them. Though warts are not necessarily harmful, they are ugly, potentially embarrassing, and contagious. They can be painful too.
They're not dangerous but extremely Contagious.
Most warts are benign, but they are so contagious that they are being transmitted through direct or indirect contact. They are allowed to clear up on their own. It just takes some time for them to do so. Many people choose to have them removed for this purpose. This is especially important if they are in a position where they are visible if they cause pain, and as a way to avoid passing on or transmitting it to others.
Types of Warts
Plantar warts are located on the foot's sole (plantar surface). Plantar warts are one of the commonest forms that people can get. These are the ones showing up on your feet. Usually, you can find them on your feet's soles, or the heel. They can be very painful, particularly when your body weight puts pressure on them when you walk.
Small warts that grow in clusters on the plantar surface of the foot were called mosaic warts.
Those tiny warts will proliferate all over the foot's sole by dozens or hundreds. They generally don't hurt, and they rarely respond to any treatment, but one or two treatment attempts might be in order.
Flat ("plane") warts, sometimes in large numbers, may occur on the face, legs, and other parts of the body.
Periungual warts are warts near or under the nail.
Filiform warts have one long stalk, often on the face.
Most warts have a rough surface and a number of black pinpoint spots indicating small clotted capillaries.
Occasionally, traumatized warts bleed, and were called blood warts.
CAUSES OF WARTS
Catching a virus that causes warts is easier if you have a cut or scrape on your skin. That accounts for why so many kids get warts. Warts are even more common in body parts that people shave, including men's beard portion and women's legs. You can spread warts over your body from one location to another. A person having a weak immune system will get warts.
Warts will spread from one individual to the next. You can get warts on someone's body by rubbing a wart. Some people get a wart after touching something that has been touched by another person's wart, like a towel. Warts also take a few months to grow large enough to see.
Here are a few ways that you can help prevent warts:
- Avoid touching warts on yourself and others.
- Cover any minor hand cuts or scrapes.
- Keep your hands clean.
- Maintain healthy habits in crowded environments, such as public transport.
- Do not bit your nails or the hangnails that may be formed around them.
- Wear sandals or shoes in public showers and pool areas.
3 Methods of Warts Treatment
There are several Do-It-Yourself Treatments in the internet. Though some claim that their warts were removed by these methods, but it would be better to keep in mind that results will still vary.
- Applying Salicylic acid
- Cover Warts with Duct tape
- Using Apple Cider Vinegar
- Rubbing Banana peel
- Covering Garlic with bandage
These methods are not really intended for removing warts, they might cause marks or might not work at all, so proceed with your own caution. If you experience irritation and undesirable results, consult with your doctor.
Unless warts are very large and painful, surgical removal or extreme laser surgery is usually avoided due to the risk of scarring to remove warts. Since warts are caused by a virus, they can recur following surgical removal attempts or any other form of treatment.
Electrocautery is a way to extract a wart from electricity using heat. The electricity is used for heating the needle that is placed on the wart. Not bringing energy into the body. You may also use the electrocautery to eliminate other skin growths.
Surgery and these therapy treatments are quite expensive as it is not a one-day treatment. You have to go for initial visits, and three to four follow up treatments.
Your doctor can inject antigens into the wart, such as Candida, to generate an immune response. That can cause pain, swelling, and redness.
A pulsed-dye laser may be used by your doctor to cauterize the blood vessels in the wart. This destroys the tissue and causes the wart to fall off.
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