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What Causes Warts, and Will They Go Away on Their Own?: Jennifer Tauber, DPM: Podiatrist

The idea that touching a frog can give you warts makes great fairy tales and folklore, but in reality, warts come from something much less slimy and much more prevalent — viruses. Viruses are everywhere in the air and on the surfaces we touch hundreds of times each day. Some of those viruses can make you sick, and some can give you warts. 

If you have skin, you can get warts. They can pop up just about anywhere, but they’re most common on the hands and feet. Warts are generally harmless, unless you count the hit to your self-esteem when you try to hide the embarrassing bumps. 

But if the warts on your feet are painful to walk on, come in to New Canaan Podiatry and see Dr. Jennifer Tauber. She can expertly and efficiently remove your plantar warts (foot warts) right in the office and get you back on your feet again.

The wart-causing virus

The bumpy growths of flesh on the bottom of your feet may seem like calluses, but they’re actually plantar warts. How did they get there? You likely stepped bare-footed onto a surface that had been contaminated by the human papillomavirus (HPV). It’s a common virus that lurks in public areas and sticks to surfaces like public showers, gym floors and equipment, playgrounds, and door knobs. 

A miniscule knick or cut in your skin is the only encouragement needed for HPV to dive in and get to work. It gets into your outer layer of skin and quickly multiplies. That rapid cell growth turns into a wart or cluster of warts. 

Some people are more prone to warts

Since the HPV virus is everywhere, but not everyone gets warts, the key lies in the strength of the immune system and its ability to resist HPV. Those with compromised or underdeveloped immunity tend to get warts more frequently, which explains why children get more warts than adults.

Genetics play a role as well. If you have a family history of warts, you’re more likely to get them yourself. 

Plantar warts are unique

Most warts are raised and sit on top of your skin like a firm mole. Plantar warts, on the other hand (or foot), tend to grow inward instead of outward because of the pressure placed on them when you walk. Rather than a round bump like you might get on your hand, a plantar wart appears flatter and more spread out, much like a common callus.

Plantar warts have another unique identifying characteristic — black dots. If you think you have a callus on your foot, take a closer look. If you see tiny black dots in the middle of that fleshy growth, you’ve got yourself a plantar wart. Those dots are little blood vessels inside the wart.

Getting rid of warts

Because warts are harmless, there’s no need to get rid of them unless they’re causing you physical or emotional discomfort. This is most common in plantar warts since you constantly step on them. Here are a few of the ways to approach the unwanted warts in your life.

Wait it out

Most warts will go away on their own. The problem is that it could take a year or two before it finally fades. So if you’re willing to live with the bumpy skin and would rather avoid treatment, you have the option of waiting it out and letting nature take its course.

However, you do run the risk of allowing your warts to spread. Your existing warts can multiply by infecting other places on your body that have little abrasions. 

Do it yourself

Home remedies are fairly effective at removing warts, but they can take several treatments over the course of weeks or months and may not remove your warts completely. Here are your options:

  • Duct tape: Place a piece of duct tape over your wart all day for six days at a time. Then remove it and file the wart down with an emery board. Repeat.
  • Topical treatments: Try over-the-counter gels and ointments with salicylic acid to peel the wart away.
  • Freeze spray: Found in most drug stores, freeze spray kills the wart tissue.

One warning though: If you have diabetes or peripheral artery disease, don’t attempt to treat your plantar warts at home. Always see a podiatrist for any type of foot injury, no matter how small.

Professional treatment

When your warts are causing you pain or embarrassment and at-home remedies aren’t doing the trick, it’s best to seek professional treatment. Depending on the size and location of your plantar warts, Dr. Tauber may recommend:

  • Padding the wart
  • Treating it with a pulsed-dye laser
  • Using prescription ointments
  • Cryotherapy (freezing it off)
  • Cutting it off with a scalpel
  • Immunotherapy 

When your plantar warts are putting a hitch in your gait, it’s time to hobble in to our office where we can give you relief from the pain in your feet. Call our office in New Canaan, Connecticut, today or book an appointment online. 

How Do I Remove a Plantar Wart?

Brought to you by the same group of viruses that bring you nasties like genital warts and even cancer, we introduce you to another scourge of human papilloma virus (HPV): plantar warts.  

Plantar warts are located on the sole — or plantar surface — of your foot. Before your imagination gets out of hand trying to conceptualize how HPV ended up there, you should know that there are more than 150 different HPV strains and your wart is not caused by a strain that is sexually transmitted. Phew, got that one out of the way. 

What makes plantar warts particularly annoying is that instead of growing outward like other warts, the pressure on your feet pushes the warts inward instead. This can hurt like crazy, especially if the wart is located on a high-traffic area like the heel or ball of your foot.

Sometimes plantar warts go away on their own, but sometimes they don’t, or not as quickly as you’d like. Aggressive cryotherapy and salicylic acid, found in over-the-counter wart removal products such as Compound W, have been shown to help in wart removal, but results from studies of other more MacGyver-ish remedies are, well, meh at best. 

Yet a quick search online shows that indeed people are using — and swearing by — at-home remedies as diverse as duct tape, apple cider vinegar and urine. And filming these efforts in uniquely bizarre yet intimate YouTube videos that you probably don’t want to watch over lunch.  

So we decided to ask wart buster Sara Mahmood, D.P.M., whose official title is doctor of podiatric medicine at the Vascular Center at UW Medical Center – Northwest, if indeed some of these more intriguing methods might actually work — and if so, why.

Why plantar warts are hard to get rid of

You’ve probably noticed that the layers of skin on the bottom of your foot are quite thick. That thick skin works well to protect you from things that might pierce the bottom of your foot but, unfortunately, also serves as a protective barrier for the HPV virus.

“Because the layers of skin on the bottom of your foot are so thick, the HPV virus can kind of hide out there undetected by your immune system,” says Mahmood. 

Why some do-it-yourself wart remedies may work

Thanks to Dr. Google, people have become very creative with their cures. Mahmood has heard patients swear by certain remedies during office visits, and she shares a theory for why these treatments may actually work. 

Most of the treatments for warts, especially the do-it-yourself wart treatments, are designed to irritate the skin. 

“When you attack the wart with an irritant, you create inflammation, which brings that area of your body to your immune system’s attention. Once alerted, your immune system fights the HPV infection, eventually clearing it,” says Mahmood.

The jury is still out on just how duct tape works — although everyone and their uncle has a theory — but it is most likely an activation of your immune system that ultimately eliminates your plantar wart. 

How the do-it-yourself process works

Most MacGyver-ish methods of wart removal involve soaking a cotton ball with a substance such as apple cider vinegar (or urine) and applying it to your plantar wart. The duct tape method uses duct tape to cover the wart completely.  

In both cases, it’s best to soak the wart in water between applications to soften it, and then gently remove any dead tissue with an emery board or pumice stone to better penetrate through the many layers of skin. 

Over time, your wart will become crusty and whitish and start to look less well-established. Small pieces will flake off. And eventually — somewhere between one and six months, depending on the individual — the whole wart will come out.  

“The trick is irritating your skin enough to get your immune system’s attention without irritating it so much that you’re incapacitated,” says Mahmood. 

When you should see a doctor for your wart instead

If you have any doubt that the ugly thing on the bottom of your foot is a plantar wart, it’s a good idea to see a doctor, who can take a skin biopsy to diagnose it. If your wart is ever dark in appearance or if you see bloody drainage or uneven borders, that is also worth a visit to the doctor, says Mahmood.  

If you are immune-suppressed, such as transplant or cancer patients; on steroids for a medical condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis; or if your repeated efforts to remove the wart using home remedies just aren’t working after several months, you should consider going to a doctor. 

“We do have a few tricks up our sleeves for moving things along a little faster,” says Mahmood.

And finally, see a doctor if your efforts to remove your plantar wart have made your skin so raw and irritated that you can’t function normally anymore.

“If your wart has turned into an open wound, then it’s time to see a doctor,” says Mahmood. “I would never advise someone to pour an irritant into an open wound and expect that to turn out well.” 

Warts (for Teens) – Nemours KidsHealth

What Are Warts?

Warts are tiny skin infections caused by viruses of the human papillomavirus (HPV) family. Although kids get warts most often, teens and adults can get them too. Sometimes warts are sexually transmitted and appear in the genital area. But most warts affect the fingers, hands, and feet.

What Are the Kinds of Warts?

Types of warts include:

Common warts. Usually found on fingers, hands, knees, and elbows, a common wart is a small, hard bump that’s dome-shaped and usually grayish-brown. It has a rough surface that may look like the head of a cauliflower, with black dots inside.

Flat warts. These are about the size of a pinhead, are smoother than other kinds of warts, and have flat tops. Flat warts may be pink, light brown, or yellow. Most flat warts are on the face, but they can grow anywhere and can appear in clusters.

Plantar warts. Found on the bottom of the foot, plantar warts can be very uncomfortable. You might feel like you’re walking on a small stone.

Filiform warts. These have a finger-like shape, are usually flesh-colored, and often grow on or around the mouth, eyes, or nose.

What Causes Warts?

HPV viruses that cause warts can be  passed from person to person by close physical contact or from touching something that a person with a wart touches, like a towel, bathmat, or a shower floor.

How Long Before Symptoms Appear?

The length of time between when someone is exposed to an HPV

virusand a wart appears varies. But warts can grow very slowly and may take many months to develop.

How Long Do Warts Last?

Warts are different in different people. In time, many warts disappear on their own.

With treatment, warts can usually be removed within a few weeks, but they may come back if the virus causing them stays in the skin.

How Are Warts Treated?

Warts can be treated in various ways:

  • Over-the-counter medicines contain acids that are applied to the wart. The acids are peeling agents that remove the dead skin cells of the wart and cause the wart to eventually fall off. OTC treatments shouldn’t be used on the face or genitals without consulting a doctor first as some of them may damage the skin.
  • Cryosurgery (pronounced: kry-o-SUR-juh-ree) is where a doctor freezes the wart with liquid nitrogen. This treatment is usually done in the doctor’s office.
  • Laser surgery may be used for warts that are hard to remove.

Within a few days after treatment by a doctor, a small wart will usually fall off, although you may need more than one treatment. Treatment may take longer for larger warts.

Over-the-counter treatments may take longer than the doctor’s office treatments, but can be used as initial treatment on the hands or feet. Your doctor may also tell you to use OTC treatments after you’ve had an in-office procedure.

You might also have heard that you can use duct tape to remove a wart. Talk to your doctor about whether this type of home treatment is OK for you.

What Can I Do to Feel Better?

Most warts can handled at home:

  • Soak the wart in warm water, and then remove dead skin on the surface of the wart with an emery board (that’s never going to be used for nails) before applying the medicine. Be careful not to file into the normal skin around the wart.
  • Keep the area of the wart covered while the medicine works.
  • Don’t rub, scratch, or pick at the wart. Doing so could spread the virus to another part of your body or cause the wart to become infected.
  • Don’t share towels or other personal items with others.

Can I Prevent Warts?

Not all warts can be prevented. But it’s always a good idea to wash your skin regularly and well. If you cut or scratch your skin, be sure to use soap and water because open wounds are more at risk for warts and other infections.

It’s also a good idea to wear waterproof sandals or flip-flops in public showers, locker rooms, and around public pools (this also can help protect against other infections, like athlete’s foot).

If you do have a wart, don’t rub, scratch, or pick at it or you may spread the virus to another part of your body or cause the wart to become infected.

When Should I Call a Doctor?

Although many warts disappear on their own with time, it’s a good idea to show your wart to a doctor, who can recommend a treatment method if you need one.

If you discover a wart on your face or on your genital area, call your doctor. He or she can determine the best treatment for those areas, which are very sensitive.

Also call the doctor if a wart or the skin around it is:

  • painful
  • red
  • bleeding
  • swollen
  • oozing pus


Is this your child’s symptom?

  • Small raised growths that have a rough surface
  • Viral infection of the skin

Symptoms of Warts

  • Raised, round, rough-surfaced growths on the skin
  • Skin-colored or pink
  • Most commonly occur on the hands, especially the fingers
  • Not painful unless located on the sole of the foot (plantar wart). Also can be painful if on part of a finger used for writing.

Cause of Warts

  • Warts are caused by several human papilloma viruses
  • Different types of warts are caused by different papilloma viruses

Prevention of Spread to Others

  • Avoid baths or hot tubs with other children. Reason: Warts can spread in warm water.
  • Also, avoid sharing washcloths or towels.
  • Contact sports: Warts can spread to other team members. Warts should be covered or treated.
  • Time it takes to get warts after close contact: 3 months

When to Call for Warts

Call Doctor or Seek Care Now

  • Redness or red streak spreading from wart with fever
  • Your child looks or acts very sick

Contact Doctor Within 24 Hours

  • Redness or red streak spreading from wart without fever
  • Boil suspected (painful, non-itchy, red lump)
  • You think your child needs to be seen

Contact Doctor During Office Hours

  • Wart on bottom of foot (plantar wart)
  • Wart on face
  • Wart on genitals or anus
  • 4 or more warts
  • Pus is draining from the wart (Apply antibiotic ointment 3 times per day until seen)
  • On treatment more than 2 weeks and new warts appear
  • On treatment more than 8 weeks and warts not gone
  • You have other questions or concerns

Self Care at Home

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If your child’s illness or injury is life-threatening, call 911.

Care Advice for Warts

  1. What You Should Know About Warts:
    • Warts are common (10% of children).
    • Warts are harmless and most can be treated at home.
    • The sooner you treat them, the less they will spread.
    • Here is some care advice that should help.
  2. Wart-Removing Acid:
    • Buy a wart medicine with 17% salicylic acid (such as Compound W). No prescription is needed.
    • Apply the acid once a day to the top of the wart. If there are many warts, treat the 3 largest ones.
    • Since it’s an acid, avoid getting any near the eyes or mouth. Also try to keep it off the normal skin.
    • The acid will turn the wart into dead skin (it will turn white).
  3. Duct Tape – Cover the Wart:
    • The acid will work faster if it is covered with duct tape. Do not use regular tape.
    • If you don’t want to use an acid, use duct tape alone.
    • Covering warts with duct tape can irritate the warts. This will turn on the body’s immune system.
    • Cover as many of the warts as possible. Cover at least 3 of them.
    • The covered warts become red and start to die. Once this happens, often all the warts will go away.
    • Try to keep the warts covered all the time.
    • Remove the tape once per day, usually before bathing. Then replace it after bathing.
    • Some children object to having the tape on at school. At the very least, tape it every night.
  4. Remove Dead Wart:
    • Once or twice a week, remove the dead wart material. Do this by paring it down with a disposable razor.
    • This is easier to do than you think. It shouldn’t cause any pain or bleeding.
    • Soak the area first in warm water for 10 minutes. Reason: The dead wart will be easier to remove.
    • Some children won’t want you to cut off the layer of dead wart. Rub it off with a washcloth instead.
  5. Prevention of Spread to Other Areas of Your Child’s Body:
    • Discourage your child from picking at the wart. Picking it and scratching a new area with the same finger can spread warts. A new wart can form in 1 to 2 months.
    • Chewing or sucking on them can lead to similar warts on the face.
    • If your child is doing this, cover the wart. Use a bandage (such as Band-Aid).
    • Keep your child’s fingernails cut short and wash your child’s hands more often.
  6. What to Expect:
    • Without treatment, warts go away in about 2 years.
    • With home treatment, they can usually be cleared up in 2 to 3 months.
    • There are no shortcuts to treating warts.
  7. Return to School:
    • Your child doesn’t have to miss any child care or school for warts.
    • There is only a mild risk that warts spread to others.
  8. Call Your Doctor If:
    • Warts develop on the feet, genitals, or face
    • New warts develop after 2 weeks of treatment
    • Warts are still present after 12 weeks of treatment
    • You think your child needs to be seen

And remember, contact your doctor if your child develops any of the ‘Call Your Doctor’ symptoms.

Disclaimer: this health information is for educational purposes only. You, the reader, assume full responsibility for how you choose to use it.

Last Reviewed: 10/30/2021

Last Revised: 10/21/2021

Copyright 2000-2021. Schmitt Pediatric Guidelines LLC.

What Are Plantar Warts—and How Do You Get Rid of Them?

Plantar warts are warts that are only found on the feet, hence the term “plantar”, which means “relating to the foot.” For the most part, plantar warts are non-malignant, but they can cause some pain, discomfort, and are often unsightly, so removing them is often the first step taken. The best way to avoid developing plantar warts is to avoid walking barefoot in public places, especially when you have open sores or cuts on your feet. It is also important to avoid direct contact with any other warts you might have or warts other people might have, as they are highly contagious.

What are Plantar Warts?

Plantar Warts are lesions that appear at the bottom of your foot. They are caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV, and occur when this virus gets into open wounds on the feet. These lesions can quickly turn into bumps that make it uncomfortable to move around, especially if the wart is located on a weight-bearing surface like the heel or the ball of your foot. Since it is something that is not supposed to be there, and if not addressed will create more problems.

Could You Have Plantar Warts?

Podiatrists are easily able to diagnose plantar warts by scraping off a tiny bit of the rough skin in order to make tiny blood clots visible and show the inside of these warts. However, a biopsy can be done if the doctor is not able to diagnose them from simply looking at them.

Treatment for Plantar Warts

Thankfully podiatrists can recommend multiple treatment options for Plantar Warts. In the end, it all comes down to finding the best one that actively suits your requirements. Most cases will go away without treatment. But in case the warts are spreading or they are painful, you might actually need to treat them with over the counter medication.

Strong peeling medicine like salicylic acid can be a very good idea as it stimulates the immune system to fight the wart. Freezing medicine is a good option too since it allows you to form a blister around the wart and then the dead tissue can be removed. There are surgical or other procedures like vaccines, laser treatments, minor surgery, immunotherapy or other acids that might be able to help you as well. Make sure that you talk with a podiatrist before starting any treatment plans.

If you or someone you know is suffering from Plantar Warts, we recommend making an appointment with Great Midwest Foot and Ankle Centers to see what your treatment options are!

Plantar Warts | DuPage Medical Group is now Duly Health and Care

Most plan­tar warts aren’t a seri­ous health con­cern, but they may be both­er­some or painful, and they can be resis­tant to treat­ment. You may need to see your Podi­a­trist to treat and remove plan­tar warts.

Signs and Symptoms

Plan­tar warts are often mis­tak­en for corns or cal­lus­es. To make the dis­tinc­tion, look for:

  • Small, fleshy, grainy bumps on the soles of your feet
  • Hard, flat growths with a rough sur­face and well-defined boundaries
  • Gray or brown lumps with one or more black pin­points, which are actu­al­ly small, clot­ted blood ves­sels, not ​“wart seeds”
  • Bumps that inter­rupt the nor­mal lines and ridges in the skin of your feet


You acquire warts through direct con­tact with the human papil­lo­mavirus (HPV). There are more than 100 types of HPV. Some types of HPV tend to cause warts on your hands, fin­gers or near your fin­ger­nails. Oth­ers tend to cause warts on your feet.

The virus that caus­es plan­tar warts isn’t high­ly con­ta­gious, but it thrives in warm, moist envi­ron­ments, such as show­er floors, lock­er rooms and pub­lic swim­ming areas. So you may con­tract the virus by walk­ing bare­foot in pub­lic places.

Like oth­er infec­tious dis­eases, HPV may also pass from per­son to per­son. If you have a plan­tar wart, you can even spread the virus to oth­er places on your own foot by touch­ing or scratch­ing. The virus can also spread by con­tact with skin shed from a wart.

Each per­son­’s immune sys­tem responds to warts dif­fer­ent­ly, so not every­one who comes in con­tact with HPV devel­ops warts.

Risk fac­tors

Plan­tar warts are more like­ly to appear on the feet of peo­ple with:

  • Mul­ti­ple expo­sures to the virus
  • Dam­aged or cut skin
  • Sweaty skin

For rea­sons doc­tors don’t under­stand, some peo­ple are more sus­cep­ti­ble to the wart-caus­ing virus, just as some peo­ple are more like­ly to catch a cold. Chil­dren and teenagers tend to be espe­cial­ly vul­ner­a­ble to plan­tar warts.

When to seek med­ical advice

See your doc­tor if warts per­sist, mul­ti­ply or recur, despite home treat­ment, or if warts inter­fere with your activ­i­ties. Also see your doc­tor if your warts are painful or change in appear­ance or col­or. If you have dia­betes or a cir­cu­la­to­ry dis­or­der, don’t try to treat any plan­tar warts at home. Seek treat­ment from your doctor.

In some cas­es, you may need to con­sult your doc­tor to ensure a cor­rect diag­no­sis. It’s pos­si­ble for more seri­ous lesions to appear on your feet, includ­ing can­cer­ous tumors called car­ci­no­mas and melanomas.


In most cas­es, your doc­tor can diag­nose plan­tar warts just by inspect­ing your feet. If there’s any doubt, your doc­tor may need to pare down the lump with a scalpel. Why? Corns and cal­lus­es don’t have a blood sup­ply and won’t bleed, while plan­tar warts will show signs of pin­point bleed­ing from their dark dots, which are real­ly blood vessels.

If there’s still doubt about the diag­no­sis, your doc­tor may take a sam­ple of your foot tis­sue and send it to a lab­o­ra­to­ry for analysis.


Plan­tar warts can be per­sis­tent. They can shed the virus into the skin of your foot before they’re treat­ed, prompt­ing new warts to grow as fast as the old ones dis­ap­pear. The best defense is to treat new warts as quick­ly as pos­si­ble so that they have lit­tle time to spread.

If untreat­ed, warts can swell to an inch or more in cir­cum­fer­ence and they can spread, devel­op­ing into clus­ters of warts called mosa­ic warts. They may also become extreme­ly painful. If you have lots of plan­tar warts, the pain may make it dif­fi­cult for you to walk or run.


Plan­tar warts usu­al­ly need some type of treat­ment. Warts on the feet can be par­tic­u­lar­ly per­sis­tent and dif­fi­cult to treat. Unless you have an impaired immune sys­tem or dia­betes or are preg­nant, there’s no rea­son you can’t try to treat warts with over-the-counter reme­dies. But you may wish to con­sult your doc­tor for addi­tion­al help.

No wart treat­ment works 100 per­cent of the time. In gen­er­al, your doc­tor will rec­om­mend the least painful — and least destruc­tive — meth­ods first, espe­cial­ly for children.

Com­mon treat­ments for sim­ple plan­tar warts

Your doc­tor may sug­gest try­ing these com­mon treat­ments one at a time or in combination:

  • Over the Counter Sal­i­cylic acid Wart med­ica­tions and patch­es are avail­able at drug­stores. To treat plan­tar warts, you’ll need a sal­i­cylic acid solu­tion or patch which peels off the infect­ed skin a lit­tle bit at a time. Apply the solu­tion once or twice each day, being care­ful to avoid healthy skin, which can become irri­tat­ed from the acid. In between appli­ca­tions, pare away the dead skin and wart tis­sue using a pumice stone or emery board. You may need to repeat this process for up to three or four weeks to com­plete­ly elim­i­nate warts.
  • Duct tape In a well-pub­li­cized 2002 study, duct tape wiped out more warts than freez­ing (cryother­a­py) did. Study par­tic­i­pants who used ​“duct tape ther­a­py” cov­ered their warts in duct tape for six days, then soaked their warts in water, and gen­tly rubbed warts with an emery board or pumice stone. They repeat­ed this process for up to two months or until their warts went away. Researchers hypoth­e­size that this uncon­ven­tion­al ther­a­py may work by irri­tat­ing warts and the sur­round­ing skin, prompt­ing the body’s immune sys­tem to attack. Today, duct tape is com­mon­ly used to treat warts, espe­cial­ly for chil­dren who may find freez­ing painful or scary. It’s often com­bined with sal­i­cylic acid.
  • Freez­ing (cryother­a­py) Freez­ing is one of the most com­mon treat­ments for plan­tar warts and is some­times effec­tive, but may require mul­ti­ple trips to your doc­tor every two to four weeks. Your doc­tor can apply liq­uid nitro­gen with a spray can­is­ter or cot­ton-tipped appli­ca­tor. The chem­i­cal caus­es a blis­ter to form around your wart, and the dead tis­sue sloughs off with­in a week or so. Freez­ing isn’t com­mon­ly used in young chil­dren because it can be painful.
  • Can­tharidin Doc­tors and heal­ers have used can­tharidin — a sub­stance extract­ed from the blis­ter bee­tle — to treat warts for cen­turies. Your doc­tor paints this bee­tle juice onto your wart and cov­ers it with clear tape. The appli­ca­tion is ini­tial­ly pain­less, but it caus­es the skin under the wart to blis­ter, lift­ing the wart off the skin. Your doc­tor can then clip away the dead part of the wart in about a week. Some­times the blis­ters are painful but this is of the most effec­tive treat­ments available.

Aggres­sive treat­ments for per­sis­tent plan­tar warts

If your warts don’t respond to com­mon treat­ments, your doc­tor may sug­gest one or more of these oth­er options. Please note each of these treat­ments has a chance of reoc­cur­rence as well.

Minor surgery This involves cut­ting away the wart or destroy­ing the wart by using an elec­tric nee­dle in a process called elec­trodes­ic­ca­tion and curet­tage. This treat­ment is effec­tive, but may leave a scar if not done care­ful­ly. Your doc­tor will anes­thetize your skin before this procedure.

Laser surgery Doc­tors can use sev­er­al types of lasers to elim­i­nate stub­born warts. Sur­gi­cal and non-sur­gi­cal types require mul­ti­ple treat­ments as well. The effec­tive­ness may vary among patients.

Oth­er med­ica­tions In severe cas­es that haven’t cleared with oth­er ther­a­pies, your doc­tor may inject each wart with a med­ica­tion called bleomycin, which kills the virus. This med­ica­tion is giv­en sys­tem­i­cal­ly in high­er dos­es to treat some kinds of can­cer. The injec­tions for wart treat­ment can be painful and can cause rash­es or itch­ing. They’re not used if you’re preg­nant or breast-feed­ing or if you have cir­cu­la­tion prob­lems, and used in very extreme circumstances.


To reduce your risk of plan­tar warts:

  • Avoid direct con­tact with warts. This includes your own warts.
  • Keep your feet clean and dry. Change your shoes and socks daily.
  • Don’t go bare­foot in pub­lic areas. Wear shoes or san­dals in pub­lic pools and lock­er rooms.
  • Don’t pick at warts. Pick­ing may spread the virus.

Learn more about our Podi­a­try team and addi­tion­al treat­ment options. 

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Warts are non-cancerous (benign) skin growths that develop on different parts of the body and come in various forms. They are caused by viruses. Warts are contagious and very common: Most people will have one at some point in their lives. Although they can affect people at any age, warts are most common among children and teenagers.

Most warts are harmless and will go away on their own within a few weeks or months. But they can be bothersome and unattractive, and some people feel ashamed. There are a number of different treatments that can make warts go away more quickly – but they don’t always work.

Viral warts aren’t the same as “senile warts” (seborrheic keratosis), which usually first appear in older age and aren’t contagious. Senile warts are also quite harmless, but permanent. This information is about viral warts only.


Most warts don’t cause any bothersome symptoms. Some may cause itching, tightness or a feeling of pressure. Warts might be painful too, particularly those on the soles of your feet. Some warts have small black or brownish dots caused by clotted blood that has leaked from capillaries (very fine blood vessels) in the skin.

Warts may appear alone or in groups, which may then cover larger areas of skin. The main types of warts include:


  • Plantar warts mostly occur on the ankles and soles of the feet. Those on the bottom of the feet and toes are sometimes referred to as verrucas. They can become quite large. Because the soles of your feet have to support your body weight, plantar warts do not grow outward like other kinds of warts. They are pushed inward when you stand or walk. This can cause pain or tenderness due to the pressure. It also makes it difficult to treat this kind of wart.

  • Common warts are skin growths that range from the size of a pinhead to the size of a pea. They harden, making them rough and scaly to the touch. Common warts are often found on the back of the hands, the fingers, the skin around the nails, and on your feet.

  • Flat warts are small, slightly raised warts that are often just a few millimeters wide. Sometimes they are light brown in color. They are most commonly found on the face, particularly on the forehead and cheeks. Hands and lower arms are often affected too.

  • Mosaic warts are white and about the size of a pinhead. They are usually found on the balls of the feet or under the toes, but may also spread and cover larger areas on the entire sole of the foot. Mosaic warts are flatter than plantar warts, and they only rarely hurt when you walk.

  • Filiform warts have a thread-like, spiky appearance. Because they often appear on the face and sometimes look like tiny brushes, they are usually considered to be especially bothersome.

  • Genital warts are small hard nodules with rough surfaces. They are sexually transmitted and affect only the genital area. This information does not cover genital warts.

Some types of skin cancer may look like warts, but they are very rare. Corns are also sometimes mistaken for plantar warts. But corns have a single visible core of dense hard skin in their center, while plantar warts often have brownish dots.


Warts are caused by human papilloma viruses (HPV), of which there are more than 100 different types. These viruses can enter the skin through small cuts and cause extra cell growth. The outer layer of skin turns thicker and harder, forming a raised wart.

Wart viruses are mainly spread by direct skin contact, but they may also be spread by touching objects like towels or razors. They are more likely to infect moist and soft or injured skin.

Risk factors

Some people are at greater risk of developing warts. They include

  • people who work with raw meat, for example at a butcher’s shop or slaughterhouse,

  • children and teenagers who often use communal showers, for instance after sports or at the swimming pool,

  • people with family members who have warts,

  • schoolchildren who have many classmates with warts,

  • people who have a weakened immune system: especially adults and children who have had an organ transplant or who have a serious disease like cancer or AIDS, and

  • people with atopic diseases like eczema.

The viruses multiply in the skin. If someone has a weakened immune system, their body isn’t always able to successfully fight them off. Other people have a greater risk of getting warts because they have more frequent contact with the viruses.


Warts are very common, especially among children and teenagers. Various studies have shown that up to 33% of children and teenagers have warts. They are estimated to be much less common in other age groups, affecting only about 3 to 5% of adults.


Warts are almost always harmless for people with a healthy immune system. The body’s immune system often manages to fight the viruses over time, and the warts then disappear on their own. The amount of time it takes for them to go away depends on the type of the virus and the kind of wart, as well as the person’s general health.

Studies involving school-age children and teenagers showed that about 50% of them no longer had any warts after one year. After two years, about 70% of them no longer had any warts. There is hardly any research on the natural course of warts in adults.

It can be much more difficult for people who have a weakened immune system to get rid of warts.


If you have warts, there are a few things you can do to avoid infecting others. These precautions may also help to prevent the warts from spreading to other areas of your own skin.

You can do the following things to avoid infecting others:

  • Cover the warts with a waterproof plaster when you go swimming.

  • Do not share towels, shoes, gloves or socks with others.

  • Do not go barefoot at swimming pools, or in communal showers or changing rooms.

  • Do not touch the warts.

In addition, the following things are recommended in order to stop warts from spreading to other areas of your own skin:

  • Do not scratch or pick at warts, otherwise the viruses might spread.

  • Wash your hands thoroughly anytime you touch the warts.

  • Keep your feet dry.

  • Put on clean socks every day.

  • Do not use instruments like pumice stones or nail files if they have previously been used on a wart.

The effectiveness of these recommendations hasn’t been tested in studies, so it isn’t clear whether they work, or how well they work. Because the viruses that cause warts are highly contagious, it’s hard to completely prevent them from spreading. Also, it’s not easy to tell how someone got them since it can take months for a wart to develop after the skin becomes infected.

Because warts are almost always harmless and very common anyway, there’s usually no need to avoid activities such as swimming and sports at school.


Warts don’t normally have to be treated. They generally go away on their own after a few weeks or months. But sometimes it can take years. Warts can be bothersome and unattractive, though, so a lot of people want to get rid of them as fast as possible, and try to treat them.

Two main treatments are used for warts:

  • Salicylic acid solution: This is put on the hardened skin of the wart several times a day over the course of a few weeks to gradually dissolve it. Most salicylic acid solutions are available without a prescription at the pharmacy. Some of these products also contain lactic acid. The package insert includes a detailed description of how to use the product and what you need to be careful of. Salicylic acid may cause skin irritation, but it is usually well tolerated.

  • Cryotherapy: Cryotherapy involves freezing the wart by applying liquid nitrogen. This is usually done by a dermatologist. The nitrogen is extremely cold, and destroys cells in the skin’s outer layer. The treatment is repeated several times, with a break of at least one week between each session. Liquid nitrogen is very cold so it may cause brief stabbing pain, and the skin may turn red or swell afterwards. Blisters sometimes develop too.

Both of these treatments are generally effective, but don’t always get every last wart. Plus, sometimes viruses might remain in the skin after treatment and then lead to the growth of new warts later.

There are a number of other treatment options for warts, but many of them haven’t been well studied.

It may be a good idea to have a doctor examine you before starting treatment if you have certain health risks, such as nerve damage in your feet (due to diabetes, for instance). Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are also advised not to have treatment, just in case it might be harmful.

Further information

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What are folk remedies to get rid of plantar wart?

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The effect of using folk remedies to get rid of the plantar wart

A few years ago, a wart appeared on the arm. For a long time, it remained unchanged, both in size and color, moreover, it did not bother me at all. Six months ago, I accidentally injured her, since then there has been discomfort. The wart became painful, a tingling sensation appeared. Papiderm was advised to my husband at work. This drug became a real find for me, because if I went to the hospital, I would definitely be forced to operate.Three times a day I smeared the wart from the outside and took 15 drops by mouth. Believe it or not, after 2 weeks the problem was gone! There was not even a hint that there was once something on the skin. 4 months have passed and there is no relapse. Now I am placing a new order, I want to buy a product for my mother, so that she finally gets rid of papillomas.

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The Papiderm recipe contains exclusively herbal ingredients.Many ingredients are exotic for our latitudes, but they are successfully used to block HPV and its manifestations: black walnut – destroys the pathogen; shiitake mushroom – activates the immune defense and blocks the development and growth of tumors in the body; maklura – suppresses the vital activity of dangerous viruses and infections; Canadian goldenseal – is a natural antibiotic, normalizes the condition in tissues, relieves pathological changes; cordyceps – strengthens the body’s natural barrier; potato shoots – inhibit the progression and growth of warts. Each component complements each other, which allows you to quickly achieve the desired results. The Papiderm complex is intended for external and internal use. Thousands of patients were convinced of the effectiveness of the drug. According to reviews, we can conclude that the tool not only destroys the virus, but also prevents the reappearance of papillomas.


Two weeks ago, with the help of Papiderm, I got rid of all papillomas on the body. It removes all this very quickly and does not spoil healthy skin as celandine does, that’s why I was looking for an alternative substance, this turned out to be the best option.It is convenient to apply, while very economical, a drop is enough and there is no papilloma. The drug is cheap, this is also a big plus.

To enhance the effect, Papiderm can be taken orally. According to the instructions, the drops should be diluted in warm water (50 ml) and drunk in one gulp. The drug will fight the virus, helping the body to cope with the disease. It is important to understand that therapy is carried out in courses. The treatment time is selected individually. In most cases, 3-4 weeks are enough to remove skin defects.Where to buy folk remedies to get rid of plantar warts? Five reasons to opt for Papiderm solution: exclusively natural composition; complex effect on the body; 96% of satisfied customers; delicate effect, without the risk of side effects; proven result.

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A few years ago, a wart appeared on my arm. For a long time, it remained unchanged, both in size and color, moreover, it did not bother me at all. Six months ago, I accidentally injured her, since then there has been discomfort. The wart became painful, a tingling sensation appeared. Papiderm was advised to my husband at work. This drug became a real find for me, because if I went to the hospital, I would definitely be forced to operate.Three times a day I smeared the wart from the outside and took 15 drops by mouth. Believe it or not, after 2 weeks the problem was gone! There was not even a hint that there was once something on the skin. 4 months have passed and there is no relapse. Now I am placing a new order, I want to buy a product for my mother, so that she finally gets rid of papillomas.

folk remedies to get rid of plantar wart

Papillomas are unpleasant growths on the skin.They destroy the human body from the inside, damage internal organs and can lead to cancer. In order to prevent serious consequences, it is necessary to carefully approach the choice of a drug for treatment. In our pharmacy, you can buy Papiderm papilloma remedy, which rid the human body of the dangerous papilloma virus. This is a new word in the elimination of neoplasms. Without burns, side effects and as quickly as possible. Papiderm from papillomas will help restore health and psychological comfort.
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how to get rid of at home. Reasons for the appearance of plantar warts

Warts on the sole can significantly spoil the quality of a person’s life, because sometimes it happens that because of them it even hurts to walk.On the one hand, experts do not recommend removing these benign skin lesions on their own, since they have a deep core. You are unlikely to be able to remove it completely, and after a while the wart will grow back. On the other hand, not every person has the time or opportunity to visit a dermatologist if they are already tired of the plantar wart. How to get rid of a neoplasm, we will tell you in this article. But it is still highly recommended to visit a doctor, as it may turn out to be a callus or corns.If you are sure that you have plantar warts, we will describe the treatment and causes of their appearance right now.

Why do such formations arise?

Any warts (flat, common, plantar, filamentous), as well as warts and papillomas appear due to the same reason – due to infection of the human body with the papilloma virus (HPV), which is quite common today. This attack spreads in people through infected skin cells. In other words, by an elementary contact path.Where does HPV infection occur most often? In order not to puzzle yourself with the question of how to get rid of plantar warts at home, you should know that a warm and humid environment is very favorable for this virus. The conclusion suggests itself – the easiest way to get infected is in swimming pools, saunas, baths, gyms and so on. It is worth noting that if everything is in order with a person’s immunity, then if the virus enters the body, it will not manifest itself in any way, but will remain in a latent state.As soon as immunity fails for any reason, the virus is immediately activated, and you can see plantar warts. Treatment, removal of warts are of interest to people in whom neoplasms can appear for other reasons.

What are the other reasons for the appearance of formations?

The development of warts is very often promoted by hyperhidrosis, that is, excessive sweating. Again: a warm and humid environment appears – the virus is immediately activated. The question of how to get rid of plantar warts at home is also asked by people suffering from dry skin of the feet, who prefer uncomfortable shoes that squeeze the leg and rub the skin.The risk group includes persons with foot deformities (deforming osteoarthritis, flat feet, arthritis), with ailments that entail tissue atrophy (diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis, varicose veins, etc.). Even if you just injure your lower limb, you may soon find that a plantar wart has formed there. How to get rid of such a nuisance? Next, we will introduce several ways. We hope you find effective ones for yourself.

Plantar warts: treatment

How to get rid of this scourge, but quickly? This is probably what you want to know.As we have already said, it is advisable to contact a doctor who will examine the education, prescribe treatment and advise you on the use of traditional medicine. Here are some tips on how to get rid of a plantar wart. Perhaps the doctor himself will advise you to do just that. And now we will consider the most popular remedies that you can use at home.

Flour and vinegar essence

This recipe is offered by people who have already encountered such a problem and probably know how to get rid of a plantar wart.It is very simple to prepare the product. To do this, take flour and a little vinegar essence, mix these components until a mass resembling thick dough is formed. Apply the resulting mixture to the wart, wait a couple of minutes for it to dry, and then put on a sock. Leave in this form overnight. As the reviews say, you need to do this procedure only 3 times – and you will forget what a plantar wart is. How to get rid of it without consequences for the skin around the formation? Just apply the mixture only to the wart, avoid getting it on healthy skin to avoid damaging it.

Stocking up on thyme

How to get rid of plantar warts with folk remedies, this recipe will tell you. To prepare it, you need to take 1 glass of dry thyme, then pour 2 liters of boiling water and leave for 2-3 hours. The herb should not be thrown away; it can be brewed in this way again. Before going to bed, warm up the healing liquid so that it is hot enough, pour it into the pelvis and lower your legs there. Make yourself comfortable, as it takes 50-60 minutes to soar the formation on the sole.The procedure should be carried out every other day. After 5-6 sessions, all warts that prevent you from living normally should disappear.

Garlic will help

As we know, this amazing product has excellent antiviral properties. It helps in the treatment of a wide variety of ailments. First, you need to steam the wart in very hot water to soften it. Then you should slightly cut off its surface with nail scissors. Do not be alarmed if the formation begins to bleed a little.As people who have experienced this remedy on themselves say, it is even better – the result will be seen faster. However, before steaming the legs, you should cook the garlic itself. Take 1-2 cloves, peel, grind into gruel. Apply it to the steamed and cut wart, fix it with a plaster and leave it overnight. In the morning you need to remove the old garlic and put in a new one. So the procedure should be repeated daily for 10-12 days.

Getting rid of with salicylic acid

If you do not have the time or opportunity to go to a dermatologist who will tell you in detail what a plantar wart is, how to get rid of it in a medical institution, then try this recipe.To do this, purchase salicylic acid (solution) or a special plaster soaked in it at any pharmacy. Before applying the product, you should steam your legs thoroughly for 20 minutes to soften the keratinized surface of the formation. Now you need to take an abrasive nail file or pumice stone and remove the top layer from the affected area. If you use a solution, then the cotton wool soaked in it must be applied to the wart and secured with any convenient material for 20-30 minutes. Do this twice a day. If you bought a special patch, change it every two days.

Have you eaten a banana? Do not rush to throw away the peel

According to people’s reviews, this method, which does not seem effective at first glance, even helps to get rid of the hated wart. It turns out that a banana will help not only satisfy hunger, but also get rid of education. To do this, you need to take the peel and attach it to the affected area with the inside. The effect is achieved due to the fact that the peel is able to “pull” the warts towards itself.Naturally, this procedure does not cause discomfort or pain. On the contrary, the cool banana peel cools the formation, makes you feel relieved. The absence of mechanical methods of exposure and aggressive substances speaks only in favor of this procedure. It won’t get any worse from her.

Be careful with celandine!

Everyone knows about such a plant, the name of which speaks for itself. If you have such a nuisance in the summer, then you may well use this tool. To do this, you need to daily treat the affected area with juice released from the stem of celandine. You can repeat the procedure 5-6 times a day. After about 7-10 days, the formations should disappear. The only drawback of celandine is a very high probability of the appearance of a keloid scar at the site of the wart. This is due to the presence of aggressive chemical substances in celandine. If such a nuisance happened in the winter or you do not have the opportunity to get fresh grass, buy Super Cleaner at any pharmacy and use it according to the instructions.

Treatment with copper sulfate

This substance is familiar to many as a surface treatment agent to avoid dampness, fungi and mold. It turns out that it can help in our case as well. Take one tablespoon of butter and copper sulfate, mix. First, apply salicylic ointment to the wart, and then the mixture that has already been prepared. In principle, vitriol should not damage healthy skin, but it is still better to pre-glue the area around the wart with a plaster. The mixture should be applied once a day and left on the affected area for 12 to 20 hours. Do not be alarmed if you feel a slight burning sensation – this is normal. Perform the procedure until the warts disappear completely.


Now you know what a plantar wart is. It is best to find out the features, removal methods from a doctor, since each organism is individual. Just because one remedy has helped your neighbor or relative doesn’t mean it won’t harm you.Do not ignore the formations on the skin, heal and be healthy!

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Papilight’s action is aimed at combating the papilloma virus and its external manifestations. From the first days of administration, the virus will lose activity. After a few days of regular use, papillomas and warts decrease in size and dry out. Papilight is not often presented in pharmacies. This is done in order to keep the fixed low cost of the drug by avoiding retail markups. If the consumer decides to buy a product not on the official website, then there is a chance to buy a fake at the price of the original or even higher.

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Effective home treatments for plantar wart.The human papillomavirus penetrates the skin of the foot through minor cracks. For about six months, the disease does not manifest itself in anything. Plantar warts (thorns, plantar warts). A plantar wart is a hard skin growth with clear boundaries and an oval or rounded shape. How to treat plantar warts: basic principles. It is often found to treat plantar warts. Treatment and removal of plantar warts at home. Plantar warts (spines) are thickened formations caused by the human papillomavirus. They are benign growths that have a small chance of being reborn into a cancerous tumor. Description of plantar warts, causes of their occurrence, symptoms and manifestations of spines, how to remove a plantar wart, alternative home treatments, prevention. Plantar warts at home are very difficult and time-consuming to treat. This is due to the deep roots of this type of growth, their large area and high density. If the drugs are for one.A plantar wart is a skin growth that has formed. 3. At home, removal of plantar warts can be done. Sometimes the plaques disappear on their own, but it is still necessary to treat them: so that they do not hurt, they disappear faster, do not infect the skin of other people, not. Treatment of plantar warts at home is possible with the use of pharmacy and folk remedies. How is it treated in hospitals. Traditional medicine involves radical intervention using additional equipment.In particular, the removal. A plantar wart is a benign growth that affects the soles of the feet. The cause of their occurrence is the papilloma virus, which has entered the human body through cracks and wounds in the skin. The question of how to get rid of plantar warts at home is also asked by people suffering from dry skin of the feet, who prefer uncomfortable shoes that squeeze the leg. How to treat warts at home? Natalia Balagurova. 2019 FB. You can cure a wart at home.Ointments and preparations in the pharmacy are sold without a prescription, folk remedies are always at hand. Watch the video: how to cure a plantar wart at home.

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A virus is dangerous for the female body, as it can lead to cancer of the cervix. Men are less susceptible to the development of the virus, but they are not immune from such a manifestation of HPV as Bowen’s disease, which affects the penis. More than a third of the population is susceptible to the formation of papillomas.These formations have not only an aesthetic defect, but also pose a threat to health. A pathology that has not been cured in time can even turn into a cancerous formation. Treatment with a tool such as Papilight is painless, reliable and inexpensive. It is a natural effective remedy that fights the papilloma virus, heals the body and improves the quality of life. I advise the drug to everyone who suffers from papillomas.

Expert opinion

It is impossible to detect the infection immediately.The disease is diagnosed after the first symptoms appear. Papillomas are not only an aesthetic problem, but also a medical one. Warts often bump, bleed, become inflamed, and can cause cancer. To increase immunity and overcome an unpleasant disease, it is recommended to use special drugs, which include Papilight Comfort.

Flat warts on the body are usually located near the neck, but in some patients they occur on the buttocks, upper legs and other places.Cutaneous flat papillomas often invisibly fill large areas of the epidermis. If the patient begins to actively reproduce the skin. How to get rid of flat warts? Options for the treatment and removal of warts on the body, leg, arm, lip, etc. We hasten to warn you, most drugs treating warts, papillomas, moles, etc. – this is a complete deception of marketers who wind up hundreds of percent on drugs. Why are flat warts on the body dangerous? A flat wart on an arm, leg, neck or other parts of the body is not.Therefore, doctors advise in a timely manner to put a vaccine against the virus or treat the pathology within 5 years after the appearance. A flat wart is a small benign neoplasm that protrudes slightly above the skin. Local treatment. How to deal with warts in a radical way. How to treat flat warts at home. Video in the topic. Symptoms of flat warts. Treatment of flat warts is quite effective, but correct diagnosis is necessary for its correct organization.Flat warts are not the most contagious type, but they can also be transmitted through tactile contact or through an object. Flat warts appear on the body most often in adolescence, which is why they are sometimes called so – juvenile papillomas. Photos and causes of flat warts on the body, how to get rid of them at home and in the clinic? Flat warts on the body (juvenile) represent. Such as warts. Where do warts come from? Flat warts on the body are. Warts on the body.You always want to look beautiful and draw attention to yourself with an attractive appearance, and not some kind of flaws on the skin. Varieties of warts. Flat warts are a sign of what disease? Mechanical removal using modern methods. Flat warts on the face of a child: treatment. If a person has flat warts on the skin, then this indicates a progressive stage of the human papillomavirus in the body. Not only do they look unpleasant, they can become dangerous if damaged.


Papilight’s action is aimed at combating the papilloma virus and its external manifestations.From the first days of administration, the virus will lose activity. After a few days of regular use, papillomas and warts decrease in size and dry out.

Human papillomavirus is the cause of papillomas both outside and inside the female genital organs. How is the treatment of the virus and the removal of papillomas on the genitals. The value of the human papillomavirus in women in gynecology. HPV and cervical cancer. Virus infection routes. Papillomavirus is one of the most common viral agents on the planet, with up to 170 strains.Representatives of this type of virus cause papillomas. What is HPV in gynecology and how exactly this virus manifests itself, the doctor can say for sure. For the treatment of HPV in gynecology, medications are used that destroy the cells of the virus. Removal of papillomas. Sometimes more radical treatment for HPV is required in women. This viral disease is characterized by the formation of benign tumors in the larynx or trachea. Papillomavirus treatment methods. Treatment of the papilloma virus is a process that requires an integrated approach.Means that treat papilloma, a viral disease of the genitals in gynecology, can be purchased at the pharmacy. Signs of human papillomavirus infection in women in gynecology are detected. The symptoms of gynecological diseases are very similar, therefore not. Treatment of human papillomavirus infection can be considered optional in the following case. If a neoplasm is caused. What is the danger of the human papillomavirus and what are its symptoms? How is human papillomavirus infection diagnosed and treated? Human papillomavirus infection – is it so scary and how to recognize it.Symptoms of the human papillomavirus in gynecology in a woman. Problems in gynecology associated with papillomas of various types and types. genital tract infections, chronic diseases of female organs, acute viral diseases; the manifestation of a malignant neoplasm is very common. For the treatment of HPV in gynecology, medications are used that destroy the cells of the virus. This viral disease is characterized by the formation of benign tumors in the larynx or trachea. Papilloma is a viral infection in gynecology.The folk recipe will get rid of. About the possibilities of traditional treatment. Treatment methods can be divided. Diagnostics of the disease of intimate places. We have already figured out what HPP is in gynecology. Let’s delve into information about the staging techniques. Treatment of papilloma (viral disease) in gynecology is carried out depending on the following factors. Such a viral disease in gynecology, such as papilloma, plays a significant role in development.

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Papilight’s action is aimed at combating the papilloma virus and its external manifestations. From the first days of administration, the virus will lose activity. After a few days of regular use, papillomas and warts decrease in size and dry out.

Warts and papillomas are unpleasant and dangerous to health. HPV settles in the human body imperceptibly and lives in it for years. Any negative factors activate their reproduction, which is why various formations appear on the mucous membranes or skin.