Warts - Treating Warts (Hands, Fingers, Feets)

Warts (verruca vulgaris) are caused by a harmless viral infection of the skin. A wart is generally a small, rough growth, typically on a human’s hands or feet but often other locations, which can resemble a cauliflower or a solid blister. They are caused by a viral infection, specifically by one of the many types of human Papillomavirus (HPV). You get most warts on the hands and feet, but they can appear anywhere on the body. Warts are seen as small nodules in the skin, and will often be sore when you press them. Foot warts can resemble corns. - Warts are very contagious - You are infected by touching the wart or via the exfoliated skin cells. Warts not contagious by bleeding, but if you pill or biting warts there is a risk of infecting themselves. The risk of infection was reduced by paint the wart with clear nail polish. People with warts, as pills or biting nails and thus fraying skin, often warts along the nail ridges. Do you Bites in the warts, you can get warts on the lips. Symptoms of warts are few or none. It can take multiple months you have been exposed to infection for warts to show. Warts are not a nuisance does not necessarily require treatment, the wart will usually disappear after 6-12 months, but treatment can speed up the process. Treatment can take place with our agent, or by freezing. Treatment of warts are often lengthy and sometimes painful. If you have warts, who experienced bothersome, check with your doctor.

The Foot Wart

Foot warts are flat and grows into the skin (flat warts). Foot warts are especially the ball of the foot is subjected to pressure and are often painful when pressed, standing or walking. Especially when you can run a foot wart cause aches and pains. Flat warts may resemble corns with tiny black dots in the wart. Warts have not, as many believe "roots". The small black dots which can often be seen in the warts are in fact blood vessels and bleeding as a result of pressure when walking and standing. Since foot warts are highly contagious and spreads by walking barefoot on wet surfaces, warts can be prevented by not going barefoot in the bathroom and dressing room. Avoid picking or scratching the warts, which increases the risk of infecting themselves and others. Be sure to foot warts are brushed daily with a medicine for warts or clear nail polish. Foot Warts may paint covered with a tight or liquid plaster. Even if you have foot warts must be like to get in swimming pools and changing rooms, only used shoes and slippers.

About the Hand Wart

Hand warts grow outwardly from the skin as a chunk. Warts of the hands are in particular located on the nails and on the upper side of the fingers. They are tough and look like cauliflower-like bumps. The warts range in size from 1-10 mm in diameter. Hand warts are benign but contagious like other warts. Warts on the hands is usually not painful and it is only disturbed by the cosmetic hand warts. People with warts, as pills or biting nails, thus fraying the skin, often the warts along the nail ridges. Here you can warts be painful. Do you Bites in the warts, you can get warts on the lips.

The removal of warts can be challenging and require treatment for a longer period of a medicament for warts. For example Wartner wart pen that is stated to have given visible results after the first week of treatment in 95 percent of subjects in a test. At 65 percent of the warts disappeared after 4 weeks. However, there is no 100% effective cure for warts, but experience shows that treatment will usually be able to remove the warts within 12 weeks. Generally warts disappear by themselves after 6-12 months.

Flat Warts

Flat wart (Verruca plana), is a small, smooth flattened wart, flesh-coloured, which can occur in large numbers; most common on the face, neck, hands, wrists and knees. Flat warts appear most often on the legs of women and faces of children and young adult males. These are different than the common hand wart. Because flat warts frequently show up in large groups that cover large areas, peeling treatments are often effective. Cryosurgery, which uses liquid nitrogen to freeze off the Wart, is one option. Laser surgery is another.

Treatment of Warts

There are quite a few tips on how to remove warts, which is due to the warts tend to disappear by itself. In this way, most treatments appear to have an effect.

  • Salicylic acid. Preparations with salicylic acid are available as ointments, liniments, gels and patches, for example, Vortex 27, Vortex and Verucid plus. The composition should be applied each day for up to 3 months. Salicylic acid dissolves the outer layer of skin on the nipple. With a few days apart, one removes the dead tissue with a file. In this way, the nipple is removed gradually. Hold the nipple in hot water for 5-10 minutes, before applying.
  • Adhesive plaster. Salicylic acid plasters contain salicylic acid such as Hansa Plast Cornina Strips and Felt Rings. Salicylic acid acts dissolving the skin surface. Salicylic acid plaster put on the wart and fastened with adhesive plaster. Salicylic acid patch is to be on for 3 days, then removed. Then take a hand bath / footbath and remove as much as possible of our woven with foot file or knife. Keep a day's break with the treatment and then just repeat the whole procedure to the wart is gone.
  • Freezing. Liquid nitrogen or carbon dioxide snow is often used to freeze warts example Verrukill wart remover and Wartner wart remover for home use. Freezing destroys our tissue at the root of the wart and freeze for several seconds. After a few weeks the wart generally falls off. However, there may be a need for 3-5 freezer with a few weeks apart to remove warts. Freezing can be painful. Formed blisters around the wart after freezing. Freezing is not considered suitable for small children and people with poor circulation.
  • Surgical removal. Warts can in some cases be advantageously be removed by a surgical instrument. It happens at the doctor for a local anesthetic injection. You can also remove warts on the hands with electric coagulation where you burn the wart. Takes place also after local anesthesia.

The treatment recommended is lengthy and requires patience, namely abrasion of the horny layer with either a knife or horn-dissolving drugs with salicylic acid or freezing, which today probably the most widely used method. But pulsed laser treatment and antiviral therapies with medication, is included as new methods for the treatment of warts.

Wart removal tips

There are many old advice for warts that works on some, but not on others. But whatever, it is important to strengthen the immune system with antioxidants like C and vitamin E, selenium and zinc. Supplements can be LongoVital, garlic tablets and extract of olive leaves, eg OliVir. An effective advice would be to lubricate the foot wart several times daily with juice from ordinary bulbs, such as juice contains the powerful antioxidant quercetin, which foot wart virus can not tolerate. - Or put a slice of garlic or a freshly cut onion on the wart and secure it with plaster. A well-known advice is also Mellisa wart milk ointment containing herbal extracts that are both virus resistant and dissolves dead skin tissue, and thus is suitable for the treatment of warts on the hands and feet.


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