As a pathologist, I've seen the term used for lesions that appear wart-like, but do not have all of the features needed for a definitive diagnosis of a wart. The histological differential diagnosis includes verruca vulgaris (wart), seborrheic keratosis, prurigo nodularis, and lichen simplex chronicus. The important thing to keep in mind is that these lesions are all benign.
It is best to have your veterinarian come and remove them when you first notice them. The vet will cut them off and spray them will an antibacterial spray. If you leave them too long they can continue to grow and the vet may have to freeze the wart in order to remove it.
You can try Zerowarts cream if you prefer easy and comfortable treatment at home. Other home remedies are ACV, which is equally effective, castor oil, tea tree oil, etc. You can also go and see a doctor and he'll have it frozen off or eliminated by laser.
You cannot permanently get rid of genital warts...The only way to remove the warts, especially if they become a problem is to have them either frozen off, cut off by a laser, or simply have them use a super heated wire and have the surgeons go through the warts like a hot knife through butter. After doing that...they will come back after a certain amount of time.
Usually the warts are surgically removed.
yes wart touched objects should be disinfected because the common wart is highy contagious
No. You cannot get warts from touching warts, and certainly not from touching inanimate objects that warts have touched. Warts are entirely caused by internal factors within the body and blood. Some people are more likely to get them due to heredity. You can have them removed, and at some point they will probably come back. Other people never get them. Usually intense stress or depression brings them out. Warts are contagious, they are caused by papilloma virus infections. It is safer to disinfect anything that has touched them.
I did a quick check and I don't think there is such a thing. A wart is a type of "growth", which is just something that grows. Generaly when we speak of a growth it's not something we really want. Chris http://www.consultant-directory.com
Snail slime contains mucus. It is rich in proteins and is now being used in cosmetics. It is thought to be a hoax that this can cure warts. Warts are caused by a virus. There are many anti-wart compounds that are over the counter (OTC) to try.
Warts are caused by the Human Papillomavirus. Certain warts for example: Periungual warts (warts in and around the toenails or fingernails) could lead to fungal infections if it reaches the nail bed and could completely remove your nail. If home remedies do not work on this type of wart don't hesitate to contact your doctor for further professional treatment.
You should take a zinc supplement orally, and apply garlic to the wort itself. You may want to cut up 1/4 clove of garlic into small pieces, and then bandage it over the wort.
In a double-blind study, supplementation with oral zinc, for two months resulted in complete disappearance of warts in 87% of people treated, whereas none of those receiving a placebo improved. Some herbalists also recommended using Chelidonium majus for the topical treatment of warts. The milky juice from the plant is applied to the wart once daily and allowed to dry.
If this does not work then a physician will be able to effectively remove it.
No, finger warts are not caused by the same subtype of HPV that causes genital warts.
No! Warts are from a virus and you can't get it from swimming pools.
I can't remember if this is for a wart or a veruca but banana skin taped to your foot or wherever it is works when u r going to bed. put a fresh ne on every night!
also bazuca is great!
Apple cider vinegar or distilled vinegar. Soak a cotton ball with vinegar and place over wart. Cover the entire cotton ball with a band aid and medical tape so that no air comes in contact with the area. I read that it could take up to a week, but my daughter went to bed with this remedy. When she woke up and took off the bandage, the wart had fallen off. It was a little red and sensitive for a couple of days but absolutely no scarring. The wart has not come back and it's been about 4 months.
Truly amazing! I honestly didn't believe it would work and really had planned on taking her to the doctor to have it "professionally" removed.
Compound W! You can buy it at most drug stores, it will take a couple of weeks, you're doctor will tell you "that stuff never works." It works. They wouldn't sell it if it didn't. Or, you could use duct tape.
With the duct tape, you have to apply the duct tape over the ENTIRE wart. Once a week, take the tape off and rub the wart with a pumice stone, to remove the dead skin. After 6-8 weeks, the wart should be gone. Personally, I would go for the compound W. It's much less visible, and it doesn't take quite as long.
It depends where the wart is. I would assume it is in area of thicker skin such as the hand or foot. There are many wart treatments and all work some of the time but none work every time. In addition, they can recur. Probably, the easiest treatment involves a homeopathic remedy,Thuja 30X or 30C. You place 3 to 9 pills daily under your tongue daily and let dissolve. DO NOT SWALLOW (won't work). 80% of the time the wart falls off in 3 to 4 weeks. A bottle of 100 pills, available at many health food stores, should be less than $10.00.
(Yes,I'm a doctor that has used this treatment succesfully many times).AwnserIt depends who used the liquid nitrogen if you had bought it urself then maybe u need to find cheaper products is used boots own brand of verucca and wart gel and found this more effective than the liquid nitogen i bought in boots.
I had the same problem. I had about 6 warts on my hands, used the liquid nitrogen and there was no improvment. I then got a job in a old book store, where I was dealing with older moldy books, within a month all my warts disapperard. I don't know how this worked, but my doctor said there is something in the dust/mould that got rid of them. So I don't know get reading?!
Shingles won't cause warts on the arms and legs.
Here are some ways that are suggested by our contributors to get rid of verrucae (warts). Some are folk remedies that may or may not be effective, but they won't hurt (except for diabetics, or others with poor circulation to their feet, who need to check with their doctors before trying any home remedies on their feet and hands and especially any that suggest filing, picking, pulling, opening or cutting on the feet):Home Remedies:APPLICATIONS OF ACIDS:
OTHER HOME REMEDIES:
Bandaids that have acids on them made for the purpose.One brand of these is MediPlast, it looks just like a band aid but the sticky part that you put agaist your wart is 40% salicylic acid, which can eat away at warts- keep a single patch on for 48 hours at a time and continue as directed.
For more information about verruca, go to the websites listed in the links section below.
I've had plenty of them and after spending lots of money on liquid nitrogen treatment i came up with a homemade cure that is just as good or even better, and it is free.
It will hurt, but it will be over in a matter of seconds. In any case, liquid nitrogen hurts more.
- With a small pair of scissors, remove the outer layer of the wart; the protuberance, the part that sticks out. If it bleeds, press a piece of cotton or toilet paper over it until the bleeding stops. This should leave the wart at the same level with the rest of the skin. It will look like a white spot.
- Get a metal clip, or a metal wire, and straighten it.
- Heat the clip with fire until it turns red.
- Remove it from the fire and wait until it isn't red. This shouldn't take more than one or two seconds.
- Stick the hot clip into the wart. This will hurt. Press down so as to make a hole through the wart. You will feel the clip digging into the wart. This will immediately kill it. You need to do this in order to kill all the bad tissue. Warts go deep down into the skin. If you don't press down you will only kill the superficial part and the wart will grow back. Press down for three or four seconds; that should be enough.
- The result will be a little white hole of burnt tissue. In 1-2 days it will turn into a little red spot that will heal in a matter of 3-4 weeks. The whole thing is better looking than the scar left by liquid nitrogen, and heals faster.
- Your skin will grow back absolutely normal. There will be no scar at all. I've done this at least ten times.
This sounds very brutal, but it's less invasive than the standard procedure (nitrogen) and it leaves no scar. The first time I did it I was scared of course, but the pain only lasts a few seconds.
I've had two plantar warts on my feet,the first one I had to get burned out with electricity at the doctor, now the second one I saw it coming, so I bought duo film, which helped keep it small and unnoticeable, but one night I picked it up and it dropped and broke, so I had to find another way. NAIL CLIPPERS! I used it by take a hold of the 'seeds' in the wart and pulling them out, not cutting of the top, you actually pull it out. It doesn't hurt that much certainly a lot less painful than burning or freezing it off! If it's big remove the seeds until you feel the pain then stop, and do two seeds a day. In one day I removed all my seeds ( because my wart was still small and only had a few) and in two days I had to use a magnifying glass to see if I still had one, it had shrunk that much! So I hope it helps for you because I know how it feels! Physically and emotionally!
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According to the Medical Encyclopedia, warts are "small, benign growths caused by a viral infection of the skin or mucous membrane. The virus infects the surface layer."
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I have had 5 surgeries and was told to take it off for all of them
You can't catch cold sores from warts.
It could be a number of things. First if it is hard and bony and has been there for a long time it could be Tori, a bony growth that is not harmful or anything to be worried about (unless you have to get dentures at some point). If it is soft it can be anything from a cyst to a tissue growth. I would suggest having it checked by a dentist to make sure that it isn't anything to worry about.
no they can not give you warts ( and neather can frogs) but could maybe cause rashes but im not sure
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warts are caused by HPV, human papiloma virus, that might be contagious within the first or two years of initial infection.
Warts typically cannot be squeezed nor be popped out. Im not sure what wart you are referring to but if it's the adult wart types (i.e. genital wart) it can't be popped out nor be squeezed. A wart should grip to your skin, like a rock, and it can only be popped out after you apply some acid to it. Even then, you have to forcefully squeeze it out.
If you squeeze it gently like an acne, it's impossible the suspected wart was really wart. Most likely it's folliculitis (infected ingrown hair by bacteria) or other common infections. It can also be herpes or molluscum contagiosum. Any skin infection that's too small and too mild is sometimes hard to differ, you have to go to a dermatologist and get a biopsy.
Keep in mind, HPV can be cleared up by your own antibody within 1-2 years time, sometimes takes longer like 3-4 years. Before then, expect your wart to keep coming back once every few weeks or few months.
If the turtle is infected with warts and you touch it frequently, the warts can spread, but if you DON'T touch it, than no. Warts are spread by touch.
it worked for me with minimal effort.. applied a drop a day for about 20 days
i dont think you can you would most likeley catch it if it was popped or from a toad or anthoer person
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