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Warts are treated without surgery

November 21, 2011

When you start to treatment of warts is first necessary to understand where they come from. In fact, warts are caused by viral infection or, more precisely, human papilloma virus (HPV). Developing these minor deformation of the skin depends not only on the type of HPV, but also on internal human immune system. The immune system of each person reacts differently to the virus, which means that you can come into direct contact with HPV but never develop warts.

There are more than 10 different varieties of warts, all of which are physically harmless and are not life threatening. Most often they appear as a black bar or the skin, sometimes resembling a cauliflower or a blister.

Different types of warts and their most common physical space include:

* Common warts (Verruca ordinary), raised wart with roughened surface, most commonly on the hands,
* Flat warts (Verruca Plan), small, smooth, flat warts, skin color, which can occur in large numbers, most commonly on the face, neck, arms, wrists and knees,
Filiform or digitate * wart, most common on the face, especially near the eyelids and lips,
* Genital warts (venereal warts, condylomata acuminatum, Verruca acuminata), warts, what is happening on the genitals,
* Mosaic warts, usually on the hands or soles of the feet,
* Periungular Wart, cauliflower like warts congestion that occurs around the nails,
* Plantar warts (warts, Verruca pedis), it’s hard sometimes painful induration, usually only found on pressure points on the soles of the feet.

Importantly, treatment of warts treatment can clarify the physical manifestation of warts, there is no cure for this or any of the virus. In fact the virus and therefore warts will go dormant for long periods of time. Best wart treatment to avoid getting one at all by getting the HPV vaccine, but the fact is, you’re looking for online articles on the topic of “prevention” ship probably already sailed.

Why would not the easy way and just treatment of warts surgery? First of all, this is surgery and, therefore, entails a certain risk. Second, it is generally considered cosmetic and will probably not be covered by your insurance company. Finally, it does not guarantee that the removal will be permanent.

As mentioned above, most warts are harmless and can be treated with at home with a light regimen of warts. Many products can be purchased at a drugstore or supermarket and have proven effective in improving the appearance of skin around the affected area, and in some cases even remove some asshole in general. This includes drop acid on your skin, placing fancy patch on top of it and wait. This issue with these kinds of treatment they require time, months and sometimes years.


From → Public Health

One Comment
  1. Janice Flahiff permalink

    Great information, didn’t realize there were so many types of warts.
    From time to time I used to get very small common warts (or at least I think they were warts) on my fingers.
    I followed a bit of Ann Landers advice and wrapped a banana skin around the finger for an hour or two. Within a day or two the wart was gone. This was much more effective than anything over the counter.
    But if I ever get serious warts, this is great advice.

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