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FAQ's For Warts

There are a few common home remedies used to help get rid of warts:
• Salicylic acid and other non-prescription wart removal ointments, patches, pads or liquids- These can help peel off the warts and the remaining dead skin cells can be removed with a pumice stone or disposable emery board.
• Liquid nitrogen in spray form or liquid form available without prescription
• Duct tape- Cover the wart with duct tape for about 6 days, then soak and remove. File away any dead skin with a pumice stone or a disposable emery stone. Wait 12 hours, then repeat the process till the wart goes away.

Warts are usually harmless, and go away on their own without treatment.

Most warts last 1-2 years without treatment.

Salicyclic acid (17% solution) can effectively peel away the wart. It is usually available in liquid, ointment, patch or pad form.

If the body has a weak immune system, it will not be able to fight off any common viruses, making them more susceptible to conditions like warts.

Common warts are a condition of the skin which cause small, grainy growths observed usually on the hands. They can also appear as a tiny black skin growth due to clotting of blood. Warts are formed due to transmission of HPV (Human Papillomavirus) and appear 2-6 months after being contracted. The virus is common and has over 150 types, spread through skin-on-skin contact. They are harmless in nature and usually go away on their own.
Common skin warts visible on the fingers or hands may look as follows:
Small, fleshy, grainy bumps
Rough to touch
Flesh-colored, white, tan or pink
Black pinpoints (small, clotted blood vessels)

If it causes pain, changes colour, doesn’t go away even after treatment, or appears suddenly and in large numbers, it is recommended to consult a medical professional.

Wart treatment can take anywhere from a couple weeks to a couple months. Doctors will start with least painful methods first. Some methods include:
Strong peeling medication like salicylic acid
Trichloroacetic acid
Cryotherapy
Laser treatment
Minor surgery

Besides these, there are a few home remedies to help get rid of warts:
• Salicylic acid and other non-prescription wart removal ointments, patches, pads or liquids- These can help peel off the warts and the remaining dead skin cells can be removed with a pumice stone or disposable emery board.
• Liquid nitrogen in spray form or liquid form available without prescription
• Duct tape- Cover the wart with duct tape for about 6 days, then soak and remove. File away any dead skin with a pumice stone or a disposable emery stone. Wait 12 hours, then repeat the process till the wart goes away.

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