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Plantar Wart in Adults: Condition, Treatments, and Pictures – Overview


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Warts are growths of the skin and mucous membranes (the mouth or genitals) that are caused by over 100 types of the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus causes thickening of the top skin layer. A plantar wart occurs on the sole of the foot. It can look and feel like a callus. Plantar warts can be small, or they can grow to cover most of the sole of the foot. They are usually painless and go away on their own, sometimes taking a few months to resolve (but can take up to 2 years).

Warts are usually acquired from person-to-person contact. The virus is not highly contagious but can cause an infection by entering through a small break in the skin. In the same way, warts can be spread to other places on your own body. The virus is rarely transferred by touching an object used by an infected person.

Who’s at risk?

Warts can affect people of any age, but they are most common in those 12-16 years old. It is estimated that 20% of schoolchildren and about 10% of the general population have warts. Those with HIV or organ transplants or on chemotherapy have a higher incidence of warts due to their weakened immune system.

Signs and Symptoms

The most common locations for plantar warts include:

  • Soles of the feet, especially the weight-bearing areas (eg, the heels and balls of the feet)
  • Undersides of the toes

Plantar warts may occur singly or in clusters. They appear as thick, rough, callus-like thickenings on the soles of the feet. In addition, plantar warts often have multiple small black “dots” at the surface, which are actually tiny blood vessels.

Plantar warts are usually tender.

Infection with plantar warts can be described as:

  • Small plantar warts – one or few small, painless lesions
  • Moderate plantar warts – multiple lesions, which may be uncomfortable
  • Giant plantar warts – the warts cover a large part of the sole and may cause significant discomfort and pain

Self-Care Guidelines

Because warts can resolve on their own, it is not necessary to treat all warts. Additionally, treating warts may not always destroy them, nor will it necessarily keep other warts from appearing. Treatment can be painful and cause scars and might need to be repeated, so it should only be done in cases where the warts are highly bothersome or interfere with daily life.

  • Duct tape applied daily to the affected area seems to work for unknown reasons. The tape should be very sticky and kept on for a few days. Between changes of duct tape, the wart should be soaked in warm water, and any loose skin should be removed every few days with a mild abrasive, like a pumice stone or emery board.
  • Over-the-counter wart removers have a high percentage of salicylic acid and work by dissolving away the layer of skin infected with the virus. This treatment needs to be used daily and can sometimes be irritating if it touches unaffected skin around it; 40% salicylic acid self-stick pads appear to be one of the most effective types. Cut out a pad that covers the wart, and then apply duct tape over the pad to secure it. Keep on for 2–3 days. Remove the pad and tape and scrub away the top layer of dead skin, now white-colored, with an emery board or pumice stone. Reapply a new 40% salicylic acid pad and duct tape. Keep removing dead skin and reapplying every few days until the wart is gone. Many plantar warts will respond in 1–2 months.
  • Over-the-counter freezing medications are available but have not been found to be very effective.
  • Family members should avoid sharing personal items such as towels.

When to Seek Medical Care

Make an appointment with a dermatologist or another physician if you have:

  • Painful or bleeding warts.
  • Rapidly spreading or multiplying warts.
  • Warts that interfere with daily life and are not responsive to self-care.

People with diabetes or a circulatory disorder should have their warts treated by a physician.

Treatments Your Physician May Prescribe

Once you have been diagnosed with a plantar wart, your physician may try one or more of the following treatments:

  • Freezing with liquid nitrogen (cryosurgery)
  • Burning with an electric needle (electrocautery)
  • Using a laser to disrupt the blood supply of the warts
  • Application of cantharidin, podophyllin, tretinoin, or salicylic acid
  • Injection with Candida antigen, an allergy-causing protein, or with bleomycin, a chemotherapy drug, directly into the warts

Plantar warts can be very stubborn, and effective treatment may take many months.

Trusted Links

MedlinePlus: WartsClinical Information and Differential Diagnosis of Wart, Plantar (HPV)


Bolognia, Jean L., ed. Dermatology, pp.1222, 1226. New York: Mosby, 2003.

Freedberg, Irwin M., ed. Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine. 6th ed. pp.2122-2124, 2127, 2368. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.

A Rapidly Regressed Giant Plantar Wart Following Biopsy

Ann Dermatol. 2013 Feb; 25(1): 113–114.

Sung Yul Lee

Department of Dermatology, Soon Chun Hyang University Cheonan Hospital, Soon Chun Hyang University College of Medicine, Cheonan, Korea.

Department of Dermatology, Soon Chun Hyang University Cheonan Hospital, Soon Chun Hyang University College of Medicine, Cheonan, Korea.

Corresponding author.
Corresponding author: Sung Yul Lee, Department of Dermatology, Soon Chun Hyang University Cheonan Hospital, Soon Chun Hyang University College Medicine, 31 Soonchunhyang 6-gil, Dongnam-gu, Cheonan 330-721, Korea. Tel: 82-41-570-2272, Fax: 82-41-570-2783, [email protected]

Received 2012 May 2; Revised 2012 May 10; Accepted 2012 May 12.

Copyright © 2013 The Korean Dermatological Association and The Korean Society for Investigative DermatologyThis is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Dear Editor:

I read the case reported by Jin et al.1, with great interest, because I recently experienced a rapidly regressed giant plantar wart, which followed a biopsy. A 23-year-old male came to our department for a large hyperkeratotic plaque on his left plantar surface. It appeared more than 18 months prior to the presentation as multiple small pimplelike lesions, which had been slowly growing and coalescing (). His medical and family histories were noncontributory. A punch biopsy was taken, and the histopathological findings were acanthotic epidermis with hyperkeratosis, papillomatosis, parakeratosis, and koilocytes. The diagnosis of wart was made. The lesion rapidly regressed within 2 weeks of the biopsy, and it had completely disappeared when the patient presented for the follow-up after one month (). Warts, or verrucae, are benign proliferations of the skin and mucosa that are caused by an infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). These viruses do not produce acute signs or symptoms, but induce a slow, focal expansion of the epithelial cells. Lesions may remain subclinical for long periods, or may grow into large fulminating masses that persist for months or even years2. The management of warts depends on the degree of physical and emotional discomfort, the extent and duration of the lesions, the patient’s immunologic status, and the patient’s desire for therapy2. Irrespective of the treatment modality, a host immune response is the key to achieving a complete clearance of the wart. Immunocompromised individuals may never achieve wart clearance. The role of immunity in HPV infection is not completely understood. The decrease in the frequency of warts with age implies that the resistance to infection develops over time, and much of this resistance may be immunologic3. There are instances in which the treatment of one or more warts leads to a complete clearance in immuno-competent individuals. Specific cell-mediated immunity against viral infected keratinocytes took place in plane warts, under spontaneous regression4. CD4-positive lymphocyte predominance in the regression of genital warts had been demonstrated5. Tissue biopsy might have exposed viral antigens to the host immune system, which subsequently triggered HPV-specific immunity. It is possible that the biopsy may have then exposed viral antigens and induced a delayed hypersensitivity reaction, which led to the rapid regression of the lesion. We suggest that a similar mechanism has been in the works in our case. There have been many cases of warts with spontaneous regression, but there has been no report of large plantar wart regression, following a small biopsy. In conclusion, wart regression can be achieved if the HPV-specific immunity can be stimulated. Therefore, inducing and boosting such a response is critical for the treatment of warts. I report here on a case of a rapidly regressed large plantar wart, following a biopsy without any additional treatment.

Before biopsy; large hyperkeratotic plaque on his left plantar surface (inset: close-up view).

Six weeks later following biopsy, the wart had completely disappeared (inset: close-up view).


This work was supported in part by the Soon Chun Hyang University Research Fund.


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Board Certified Podiatrist Foot & Ankle Surgeon

A wart is a soft tissue condition caused by the human papillomavirus. When this virus enters your body through cracks or tiny cuts on the bottom of your feet, they can cause plantar warts. These small growths typically develop on your heels or other weight-bearing spots on your feet, which causes them to grow inward, usually underneath a thick layer of skin known as a callous.

Plantar warts usually aren’t a cause for concern, and many go away on their own over time. However, several situations may require a visit to a podiatrist.

At Premier Podiatry, Dr. Scott O’Connor is a board-certified podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon. If you have plantar warts, it’s easy to find help at one of our three convenient locations in Normal, Pontiac, and Bloomington, Illinois.

Identifying plantar warts

It’s easy to confuse plantar warts with corns and calluses. Corns and calluses develop when your feet build up dead layers of skin to protect them against regular irritation. Unlike corns and calluses, however, plantar warts are the result of a viral infection, and they typically have a rough surface with a well-defined boundary. When they develop on the tops of your feet or toes, they’re usually raised and have a fleshy appearance. But, warts on the bottoms of your feet are typically flat and hard because they’re forced to grow inward.

Other signs of a plantar wart include:

  • A gray or brownish appearance
  • A center with one or more tiny, black pinpoints
  • A callous over the well-defined “spot”
  • Pain or tenderness when bearing weight

Warts can also fuse together to create clusters known as mosaic warts.  

When to see a podiatrist

In many cases, plantar warts go away on their own, but it can take months or years for this to happen. Furthermore, because these warts are caused by a virus, they are contagious and can spread from person to person. 

Additional factors that may require medical attention include having: 

  • Warts that bleed or change appearance
  • Persistent, recurring, or multiple warts
  • Diabetes, nerve damage, or poor sensitivity in your feet
  • A weakened immune system

You should also schedule an appointment with Dr. O’Connor if the growth limits your activities or if you’re unsure if it’s a wart.

Treating plantar warts

Dr. O’Connor will recommend the right treatment based on the severity of your symptoms and the extent of your condition. Common treatments for plantar warts include:

  • Topical medications
  • Laser therapy 
  • Cryotherapy, or freezing
  • Shaving the wart and applying a special acid
  • Minor surgery 

In some cases, Dr. O’Connor may use immunotherapy. With this approach, Dr. O’Connor uses oral or topical medications to activate your immune system to fight the viral infection.

To get rid of your plantar warts or to have a suspicious growth on your foot inspected, book an appointment online or over the phone with Premier Podiatry today.

Cost of Plantar Wart Removal

Over-the-Counter Remedies: $10-$20 With Health Insurance: Copays + 10%-50% Coinsurance Without Health Insurance: $50-$8,000+
A plantar wart is a growth on the sole of the foot, caused by a virus. In some cases, it can be hidden under a callus, and can be painful. Over-the-counter treatment can be very effective, but treatment at a doctor’s office might be required in some cases.
Typical costs:
  • For patients with health insurance, the typical out-of-pocket cost for plantar wart removal consists of a copay or coinsurance of 10%-50%. Plantar wart removal typically is covered by health insurance.
  • For patients without health insurance, plantar wart removal typically costs less than $50 for over-the-counter salicylic acid treatment to less than $200 for prescription cream and less than $1,000 for laser treatment or cryotherapy. In rare cases in which surgery is required, costs could increase to $8,000 or more.
  • For example, over-the-counter gel, liquid or stick-on wart removal pads[1] cost about $10-$20 at Drugstore.com.
  • According to an overview of wart treatment from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the prescription immune-stimulating cream Imiquimod costs about $177. Intralesional immunotherapy, in which the doctor injects an immune-stimulating drug, costs about $190. Laser therapy costs about $360 for the three necessary visits. Cryotherapy costs a total of about $610 for the initial visit and three follow-up visits.
  • At Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center in Nebraska, excision of a benign lesion on the feet[2] costs about $3,500-$7,500 or more, not including the doctor fee.

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What should be included:
  • In some cases, such as when a plantar wart is not painful, a doctor might recommend no treatment or at-home treatment. In many cases, plantar warts go away on their own within a few years.
  • The recommended treatment to try first for plantar warts, according to a guide to warts from the American Academy of Family Physicians, is salicylic acid. It is available over the counter and must be applied daily to cause blistering of the skin to remove the wart.
  • If that treatment does not work, the recommended treatments to try next for plantar warts, according to the AAFP, are cryotherapy, in which a doctor applies liquid nitrogen to freeze off the wart; intralesional immunotherapy, in which the doctor injects an immune-stimulating drug to help the body clear the wart; or laser treatment. In rare cases, a doctor might surgically remove the wart, but this can be very painful and cause scarring. The Mayo Clinic offers an overview of plantar wart treatment[3] .

Additional costs:

  • In some cases, plantar warts return and treatment must be repeated.


  • Many hospitals and doctors give discounts of up to 35% or more to uninsured/cash-paying patients. For example, UC Health[4] in Cincinnati offers a 40% discount.
  • Some podiatrists offer discounts on their websites. For example, Primera Podiatry, in Atlanta, has a monthly special[5] that include $200 off laser treatment for toenail fungus.

Shopping for plantar wart removal:

  • A podiatrist should treat a plantar wart. The American Podiatric Medical Association offers a podiatrist locator[6] . It is important to make sure the podiatrist is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine[7] or the American Board of Podiatric Surgery[8] , depending on their area of specialty.
Material on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Always consult your physician or pharmacist regarding medications or medical procedures.
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Type of Treatment: frezze Physician or Medical Center: st cloud medical

brown spots keep turning into moles and need to be froze of

Posted by: Taylor Kull in New York, NY. Posted: September 11th, 2019 06:09AM
Type of Treatment: Immune Therapy Physician or Medical Center:

The device is called Swift it works by emitting a low dose of microwave energy to the site which they agitates the infected cells to the point where they release heat shock protein. When this protein is released the body is then aware the virus is present and it actually kills the HPV rather than just trying to destroy the wart which is merely a symptom of the HPV.

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Type of Treatment: Vaporizing Rub (Vicks) Physician or Medical Center: Self

Apply Vaporizing Rub (doesn’t have to be name brand) on many different types of warts including large deep plantar warts, Sand or cut off any excess regularly and rub in the vapor rub several times a day until gone, pluse 2 weeks after they are gone. Time table 3-9 months like most prescription or over the counter medications. Be patient, it does work great with no side effect & for $3 for the Generic brand.

Posted by: Basshead6969 in Merrillville, IN. Posted: May 25th, 2018 05:05PM

Deffinantly have to go to the docter its been 3 years now started with 1 ended up with 2 at first till i bought some stuff to help me. But nothing happend other then i have 6 total now and the 2 i had the longest is pretty damn big now…ughh these things suckk. Dont be me guys treat this stuff asap.

Posted by: Lisa Burnworth in Sulphur, LA. Posted: July 27th, 2017 06:07PM
Type of Treatment: Lazer surgery asap please Physician or Medical Center: Any great ones in Louisiana

Mine are infected bad I had surgery came back 10 times worse please help me they hurt asap

Posted by: Andrea Lowe in Charleston, SC. Posted: February 2nd, 2017 04:02AM
Type of Treatment: In Office Plantars Wart Removal Physician or Medical Center: The Foot Institute

Plantars Wart Removed by scalpel incision and carterized wound afterwards.

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  4.  www.uchealth.com/patients-visitors/financial-services/discounts/
  5.  www.primerapodiatry.com/whats-new/monthly-specials/
  6.  www.apma.org/Directory/FindAPodiatrist.cfm
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Wart – Plantar


  • A wart on the bottom of the foot (plantar surface)
  • Viral infection of the skin

Call or Return If

  • Warts come back after the treatment ends
  • You think your child needs to be seen

About This Topic


  • Warts are round, rough-surfaced growths on the skin
  • Those on the sole of the foot are usually flattened.
  • Center contains tiny black dots. These are clotted little blood vessels.
  • Usually found on the weight bearing surfaces. This means the heel or ball of the foot.
  • Plantar warts are always painful with walking. Sometimes the pain causes a limp.


  • Warts are caused by several human papilloma viruses (HPV)

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.
  • Time it takes to get them after close contact: 3 months

After Care Advice


  • Plantar warts are painful and always need to be removed.
  • They can’t be treated at home. Wart-removing acid rarely works on plantar warts.
  • The longer you wait, the more painful they will become.
  • Also small warts are much easier to treat than large warts.
  • Here is some care advice that should help.

Referral to a Dermatologist:

  • Make an appointment with a doctor who is an expert on treating skin problems.
  • The wart can be destroyed with freezing or laser.
  • A second treatment is often needed 1 or 2 weeks later.

Frozen Warts:

  • After freezing, a blister almost always develops on top of the wart. Sometimes, it’s a blood blister. A blister means the freezing was effective and destroyed the wart tissue.
  • Do not open the blister. It will dry up in a few days and peel off in 2 weeks. No treatment is needed.
  • If the blister does open and drain, apply antibiotic ointment. No prescription is needed. Use 3 times a day for 2 days.
  • For PAIN, give acetaminophen or ibuprofen as needed.

Prevention of Spread to Other Areas of Your Child’s Body:

  • Discourage your child from picking at the wart.
  • Reason: Picking it and scratching a new area with the same finger can spread warts. A new wart can form in 1 to 2 months.
  • If your child is doing this, cover the wart with a piece of Duct Tape.
  • Keep your child’s fingernails cut short and wash your child’s hands more often.

What to Expect:

  • Without 1 or 2 special treatments, the wart should be cured.
  • Without treatment, the wart could last 2 or 3 years.

Return to School:

  • Your child doesn’t have to miss any child care or school for warts.
  • Warts are only mildly contagious to other people.

Author: Barton Schmitt MD, FAAP
Copyright 2000-2021 Schmitt Pediatric Guidelines LLC
Disclaimer: This health information is for educational purposes only. You the reader assume full responsibility for how you choose to use it.

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Plantar Warts Removal Treatment – Phoenix

Diagnosis, Tests – using one or any of the following:

  • Examination and tests
  • Checking for signs of dark pinpoint dots
  • It is looks abnormal, removing a small part of the lesion and having it tested and analyzed in a laboratory (shave biopsy).

Plantar Warts Removal

After diagnosis by your podiatrist, the next course of action is treatment. If the condition is painful, your foot doctor will schedule an appointment or start treatment right away. The truth is that some warts go away without the need of treatment. However, the only limitation is that it will take a year or several years depending on your immune system to go away. At the same time, rather than them going away by themselves, it may spread to other areas causing more pain. Note – You could require repeated treatments before they go away. Moreover, they could return later.

Conservative Treatment for Removing Warts

Dr. Jarman is very conservative with wart removal and treatment options and elects not to cut or burn (freeze) them out. His preference is to use Cantharidin, a topical treatment that provides little discomfort with application and is very successful. This method works great for children and squeamish adults.

We included a few clinical images taken by Dr. Jarman of a patient’s foot (two weeks after application of Cantharidin) that show exactly how deep warts go into the skin. This method of treatment is very successful compared to the ineffective over-the-counter products for wart removal.

What is Cantharidin?

Cantharidin is a topical ointment used since the 1950’s to treat and remove warts and benign molluscum skin lesions.

Where does it come from?

The “Spanish fly” blister beetles produce Cantharidin, a blister agent that is harvested for chemical use. The male species discharges Cantharidin when mating, passing the substance to the females that make use of the chemical liquid substance to cover her eggs to defend against any predators.

How does Cantharidin work?

Cantharidin (a blistering agent) works on the epidermis (your skin’s outer layer) cell membranes. With a topical application, it causes a blistering effect to breakdown the top layer of the skin cells to get to the wart. The blister in turn causes the tissues that contain the plantar wart virus to separate away from the skin. For this reason, with proper use the area usually heals without scarring.

After Cantharidin Treatment: If changes or response to treatment is not observed by the doctor, further analysis may be required. In this case, the doctor may use a biopsy to rule out other potential causes for the growth. No matter what the treatment approach used, it is paramount to follow the doctor’s instructions. It may include home care medication and treatment. If the condition persists, consult your foot doctor again, because it could be another problem.

Wart Removal Recovery | Aftercare & Surgery Recovery Time

Recovery from a wart removal procedure depends on several factors. The ones of particular importance are the type of treatment done, the lesion’s location and severity and the patient’s immune status.

Your skin specialists at BHSkin Dermatology have a number of quick, safe and effective solutions even for the most stubborn warts. You might have even discussed some office procedures with your BHSkin doctor on your last visit. Understandably, questions may remain about how each treatment is performed, how uncomfortable it would be and how long it would keep you from your daily activities.

Here, we explain the recovery process from each procedure and what you can do to ensure proper healing.

What Are the Factors that Can Impact Recovery from a Wart Removal Procedure?

In-office wart treatments produce some kind of controlled skin injury. As such, recovery focuses on the post-treatment wound’s healing. Many factors affect skin repair, and your care provider at BHSkin Dermatology will evaluate your fitness for a procedure based on these.

The Lesion’s Location

The specific concerns here include occurrence in a weight-bearing area, growth on a site involved in movement, circulation and sun exposure.

The pressure from one’s weight delays healing because of oxygen depletion. Post-treatment wounds in weight-bearing areas, like the soles of the feet, need to be protected until they heal. Patients who have just undergone plantar wart removal may be advised to wear loose footwear and crutches for a while.

You’ll know that healing is well on its way when walking on the affected foot becomes comfortable again. For some individuals, this may happen in as little as 2-3 weeks, but others may need to be on crutches longer.

Other forms of pressure, such as that coming from a pen when writing, may also slow down recovery.

Sites involved in movement, like those on hand joints, may also heal slowly without immobilization. Movement stretches the contracting regions of the skin. Skin contraction is a natural body process needed to close up wounds.

Poor circulation is a complication of diseases like diabetes mellitus and peripheral arterial disease. Patients may experience slow healing, even non-healing, of wounds in areas where blood, oxygen and nutrient supply are inadequate. Doctors usually discourage invasive procedures in these sites due to the risk of non-healing and secondary bacterial infection.

Changes underneath a closed wound will continue for months, even years. Sun exposure can darken newly repaired skin and break down its new connective tissues. To get the best cosmetic results, you may need to continue sun protection long after resuming normal activities.

The Post-Treatment Wound’s Size and Shape

Smaller post-treatment wounds generally heal faster than big or scattered ones. Inflammation of small skin breaks typically subsides within a few days to a week in healthy individuals.

Meanwhile, the repair time for bigger lesions largely depends on the post-treatment wound’s shape. Thin incisions allow the skin’s top surface to contract easily, so they typically heal faster than round wounds. Stitches, skin glue, skin tape and surgical staples help speed up wound closure. They are appropriate for slit-like cuts but not for round or wide lesions.

The Wart Removal Procedure

The type of procedure influences pain severity and duration, as well as recovery time.

Generally, less invasive office procedures hurt less and only briefly. They include bleomycin injections, which produce only puncture wounds, and the non-invasive cantharidin treatment. These therapies require little to no downtime, depending on the wart’s location and other factors.

Cryotherapy is minimally invasive, but patients do not usually need numbing medication during the session. However, it will create a blister that can stay sore for days. Little to no downtime is required if it is done in non-weight-bearing areas.

Other office procedures burn the warts or create larger incisions, requiring pain medication during the session, and sometimes, afterward. They include electrosurgery and curettage, VBeam laser treatment and excision. Recovery time is variable.

The Patient’s Immune Status

When the skin breaks, immune cells go to the site to clean it up and prevent damage spread. They initiate inflammation, killing off any microbes that may be present in the area. Healing starts after the immune cells have done their job. Individuals with poor immune status, such as persons with HIV and diabetes mellitus, are at risk for delayed recovery or non-healing.

Other Factors that Can Delay Wound Healing and Recovery

A number of other health factors can also slow down healing and recovery time. They include the following:

  • Clotting abnormalities, as clotting is the first process that closes up a wound. Liver disease, inborn clotting disorders, low platelet counts, blood thinner intake, etc. can put patients at risk of significant bleeding and wound non-closure.
  • Treatments that suppress the immune system, such as steroid intake and radiotherapy in a nearby site.
  • Factors that prolong the inflammatory process, like post-treatment wound infection and bruising (hematoma) and radiotherapy in a nearby location. Foreign bodies like dirt and retained gauze can irritate the skin further and delay recovery.
  • Connective tissue disease, since wound healing generates a lot of new connective tissues. Therefore, healing would be difficult for individuals with conditions like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, SLE, etc.
  • Malnutrition, because the formation of new connective tissues requires healthy levels of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins.
  • Surgery in another body part, because the other post-surgical wound will divert nutrients from the wart removal site.
  • Age, because elderly individuals typically experience slower wound healing than younger ones.
  • Smoking, because it introduces free radicals and other toxins that can delay recovery. It also causes blood thickening and blood vessel narrowing, both of which deplete the wart removal site of oxygen and nutrients.

To ensure fast recovery, doctors will advise measures that can hasten skin repair. Post-treatment wound care, proper diet and rest, medication adherence and avoidance of smoking can all help shorten your downtime.

What Can You Expect During the Procedure, and How Do You Treat the Area After Wart Removal?

As previously mentioned, office wart treatments differ according to their level of invasiveness. Consequently, they require different pain management approaches and aftercare regimens. The type of procedure also determines the need for post-treatment activity limitation and repeat sessions. Below, we describe these aspects for the office wart treatments that BHSkin Dermatology specializes in.


What to expect: In this procedure, the doctor will freeze the wart with liquid nitrogen. It is quick and may be done in a few minutes. Some patients try thinning the wart down beforehand with buffing and salicylic acid, but cryotherapy requires no pretreatment preparation.

Is cryotherapy painful? During the procedure, you will feel a cold sensation and some discomfort on the site, which will last only a few seconds. Numbing medication is usually not required. The area will get inflamed and blister within 24 hours. Blistering may cause mild to moderate pain for a few days.

Downtime: The recovery period after cryotherapy depends on the body part involved. You may resume normal activities as soon as it is done. However, if the treated area is in a weight-bearing or repeatedly compressed location, you may have to protect it for a week to let it dry up before returning to your usual routines. The site can be washed while bathing.

Aftercare: The blister will need a plaster for protection. It is expected to form a scab a week after treatment. However, if it breaks before scabbing, make sure to apply an antiseptic on the site and avoid touching the fluid. The scab will fall off on its own. Until then, do not pick at the site, as that will spread the virus.

Cryotherapy rarely leads to bacterial infection, but call your doctor if the wart removal site develops signs of infection. One or two treatments may be enough for small warts, but bigger ones will require more.


What to expect: The doctor will apply a chemical on the wart and cover it with non-porous tape. It should take only a few minutes. Cantharidin application does not require any pretreatment preparations.

Is cantharidin treatment painful? Cantharidin application itself is painless, but blistering will occur in 1-2 days, making the site feel tender. The discomfort will go away in 4-7 days as the blister dries up.

Downtime: As in cryotherapy, the downtime for cantharidin treatment also depends on the body part involved.

Aftercare: The doctor will instruct you to wash the area with soap and water after 4 hours. You can take it off sooner if you feel a burning sensation or severe pain on the site. You may wash the treated area while showering and cover it with a plaster afterward.

Occasionally, patients develop bigger, more painful blisters, needing fluid drainage. If this happens, you may apply an antiseptic solution to the area then prick one side of the blister with a sterilized needle. Do not touch the fluid or remove the blister roof. Dry the area with gauze and sterilize it again once drainage is done.

The wart will dry up a week after the treatment. Your doctor can clip the dead wart on follow up if it has not fallen off by then.

Complications are rare after cantharidin treatment, but call your dermatologist if you experience severe bleeding, itchiness or pain. Resistant warts will require multiple sessions.

Electrosurgery and Curettage

What to expect: The doctor will clean the area and give you numbing medication before the treatment. A small blade or spoon-like device will be used to scoop out the wart. A pen-like, electric heating device will stop the bleeding and burn the rest of the growth. The session’s duration depends on the wart’s severity, but it usually takes about 15 minutes, which includes the injection of the numbing drug.

The procedure creates a round or wide wound that will not need suturing. Depending on your health status, your dermatologist may advise you to get medical clearance or stop some medications a few days before the session.

Are electrosurgery and curettage painful? The combined treatment is painless because of the anesthetic, but the site may feel tender for 1-2 weeks, requiring over-the-counter painkillers.

Downtime: The recovery period after electrosurgery and curettage depends on the post-operative wound’s depth, size, and location. You may be advised to avoid exertion in the first 1-2 weeks. Wounds from this procedure take 2-4 weeks to heal.

Aftercare: Your doctor will give you specific post-operative wound care instructions. Generally, the wound is kept dry and bandaged for the first 24-48 hours to let it clot properly. You can then wash it afterward with gentle soap and water. Change the bandage regularly.

If done expertly, electrosurgery and curettage rarely cause complications. However, you may call your doctor if you experience severe pain, bleeding, and fever, or if the site develops a yellowish discharge.

Warts need only one session of electrosurgery and curettage.


What to expect: The doctor will clean the area, inject a numbing medication, cut out the wart then close the wound. The whole session takes about 15-30 minutes.

The procedure will create a wound that may be cauterized or stitched up. Depending on your health condition, your dermatologist may advise you to get medical clearance or avoid some medications a few days before your appointment.

Is wart excision painful? The procedure itself is painless because of the numbing medication, but the site will feel tender for a couple of weeks. You may need pain medications after your session.

Downtime: Recovery from wart excision depends on the lesion’s size, shape and location. You may be advised to avoid strenuous activities for 2-4 weeks to avoid trauma to the site. You may use crutches to relieve the pressure from plantar excisions.

Aftercare: The specialist will advise you about proper wound care, similar to that in electrosurgery and curettage. Call your doctor if you experience severe pain, bleeding, and fever, or if the site develops signs of infection.

Warts need only one session of excision surgery.

VBeam Laser Treatment

What to expect: Your dermatologist will use a powerful light beam to break down the wart’s blood vessels. Each session takes about 15 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the problem’s severity.

Prior to your appointment, the doctor may ask you to avoid sun exposure, chemical peels, vitamin A-containing medications and other treatments that may cause your skin to become photosensitive.

Is VBeam laser treatment of warts painful? Your care provider will use a device that sprays a cold, numbing mist on the skin while the laser is being applied. Most patients experience minimal discomfort during the procedure, although warts in sensitive areas may need topical pain medication. The site may feel mildly tender for up to 2 weeks.

Downtime: The duration of the recovery period after laser surgery depends on the wart’s size, distribution and location. Downtime is minimal if it is small and away from the plantar areas or other frequently compressed sites. Otherwise, recovery will take a few weeks.

Aftercare: The wart will dry up in 1-2 weeks, and the site may turn black as it heals. Keep it clean, dry and sun-protected. You may experience some itching or bruising, but it will go away in a few days. Avoid picking at the area before it fully heals

Drink plenty of fluids. Your body will help in clearing the site of dead cells and infection, making hydration important.

Some warts respond immediately to VBeam laser treatment, but most cases require multiple sessions.

Laser treatment was used to remove the wart on this finger.

Bleomycin Injection

What to expect: Your dermatologist will clean the site and inject an anti-cancer drug into the wart. It should take only a few minutes. Brief, pinpoint bleeding may occur. Bleomycin injection does not require pretreatment preparations.

Is bleomycin treatment of warts painful? A bleomycin shot can cause discomfort on the injection site, but numbing medication is usually not necessary. Warts in the palms and plantar areas may be more sensitive to the injections. Slight tenderness may persist for up to 2 weeks.

Downtime: Bleomycin injections require no downtime. You may proceed with your normal activities after the session.

Aftercare: Rarely, patients experience wart bleeding at home. If this happens, you may dress up the site with clean gauze and elevate the affected body part. Keep the area clean and dry. Call your doctor for persistent bleeding, signs of infection, severe pain or intolerable allergic reactions.

Bleomycin is not injected in a hairy area or close to the nails, as it can affect hair and nail growth. It can also cause uneven skin tone on the wart removal site.

Bleomycin responses vary, but most patients require at least 4 sessions spaced 3-4 weeks apart. Drying up of the wart indicates that the treatment is effective.

The table below compares the recovery processes of the different office wart treatments that we just described.

Wart Removal Procedure Usual Pain Level Recovery Time and Post-Treatment Activity Limitations Aftercare Required of the Patient Number of Treatments Expected
Cryotherapy Brief discomfort during the procedure


Mild to moderate pain after the treatment


Pain meds are not normally needed

Recovery takes up to 1 week


Non-weight-bearing sites require little to no downtime


Weight-bearing and repeatedly compressed sites need protection for 1 week

Keep the site dry and clean


Put a plaster on the blister


Put antiseptic if the blister breaks


Avoid picking at the lesion

Small warts may require 1-2 treatments


Bigger ones will need more sessions

Cantharidin Painless procedure


Mild to moderate pain after the treatment


Pain meds are not normally needed

Recovery takes up to 1 week


Non-weight-bearing sites require little to no downtime


Weight-bearing and repeatedly compressed sites need protection for 1 week

Wash off the site after 4 hours


Keep the site dry and clean


Put a plaster on the blister


Painful blisters may be punctured without unroofing

Resistant warts will require multiple sessions
Electrosurgery and Curettage Pain meds needed during the procedure


May require OTC pain meds for 1-2 weeks

Recovery takes 2-4 weeks


Non-weight-bearing sites require avoidance of exertion for 1-2 weeks


Weight-bearing and repeatedly compressed sites need protection for 2-4 weeks

Keep the site dry for the first 24-48 hours


Proper wound care daily

No repeat treatments needed
Excision Pain meds needed during the procedure


May require OTC pain meds for 1-2 weeks

Recovery takes 2-4 weeks


Non-weight-bearing sites require avoidance of exertion for 1-2 weeks


Weight-bearing and repeatedly compressed sites need protection for 2-4 weeks

Keep the site dry for the first 24-48 hours


Proper wound care daily

No repeat treatments needed
VBeam Laser Treatment Pain meds are sometimes needed during the procedure

Slight discomfort may persist for up to 2 weeks, which is usually tolerable

Recovery takes 2-4 weeks


Non-weight-bearing sites require avoidance of exertion for 1-2 weeks


Weight-bearing and repeatedly compressed sites need protection for 2-4 weeks

Keep the area clean, dry and sun-protected

Avoid picking at the lesion

Drink plenty of fluids

Some warts respond after one treatment, but most will need multiple sessions
Bleomycin Discomfort on the injection site during the procedure


Slight tenderness may persist for up to 2 weeks


Pain meds are not normally needed

Little to no downtime required Keep the site dry and clean


Put a plaster on the wart


Elevate the site if with persistent bleeding

Most patients need at least 4 sessions 3-4 weeks apart

As in any other health condition, treatment success depends on the care provider’s expertise. However, a large part of your recovery also depends on your adherence to the aftercare regimen. Your doctor at BHSkin Dermatology will discuss other important details with you and walk you through a personalized treatment plan.


In-office wart treatments result in limited skin injury, so recovery depends on factors that can affect wound healing. Foremost of these factors is the type of procedure performed because it also impacts pain management, aftercare, the need for post-treatment activity limitation and treatment efficiency. Choosing the right dermatologist ensures the procedure’s success, but aftercare adherence increases the chances of a speedy recovery.

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90,000 Human papillomavirus infection of the skin and mucous membranes

Human papillomavirus infection (PVI) is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. HPV infection can occur even with a single sexual contact due to the high contagiousness of the virus. More than half of women and men acquire this infection during the first two years of sexually active life. The risk of infection increases significantly with multiple sexual partners and early onset of sexual activity.According to domestic studies, various forms of genital PVI are found in 44.3% of patients who visit gynecological institutions for various reasons. According to biopsies of the cervix, subclinical forms of infection are detected in 8.1% of women.

Etiopathogenesis of human papillomavirus infection:

HPV belongs to non-enveloped viruses, contains double-stranded DNA, has an icosahedral shape. It is strictly epitheliotropic, since at first it affects the basal layer of the epithelium of the skin and mucous membranes of the genitals and other organs (larynx, mouth, eyes, etc.)), and its life cycle is associated with the differentiation of epithelial cells. Replication of HPV DNA occurs only in the cells of the basal layer, and in the cells of other layers of the epidermis, viral particles only persist. When HPV is infected in the cells of the epidermis, the normal differentiation process is disrupted. There is a clonal expansion of infected HPV cells of the basal layer with their transformation and subsequent malignancy. This process is controlled by the HPV genes encoding the early proteins E6 and E7. Morphologically, in this case, deformation of the layers of the epidermis, a general thickening of the skin and mucous membranes are observed.In the stage of advanced infection, the cells of the prickly layer, when passing into the granular layer, turn out to be the most active in the synthesis of viral DNA. This phase of the HPV life cycle characterizes the second stage of the expansion of the viral infection within the epidermis. Expression of the late L1 and L2 genes occurs at the final stage of differentiation in the stratum corneum, where there is an active assembly of mature viral particles and their release from cells on the skin surface. Areas of the skin and mucous membranes, on the surface of which there is an active release and budding of the virus, represent the greatest danger for contact infection.Currently, 120 types of HPV have been identified.

Isolate papillomaviruses of the skin and mucous membranes; in addition, HPV is divided according to the degree of carcinogenic potential into viruses of low (6th, 11, 42, 43, 44th types of HPV), medium (31st, 33, 35, 51, 52, 58th types of HPV) and high (16th, 18th, 45th, 56th types of HPV) degrees of risk. “High risk” HPV types, especially 16th, 18th, 31st and 45th, are associated with cervical dysplasia, as well as cancers of the cervix, anus, vulva, and penis.HPV types of “low risk”, especially the 6th and 11th, cause the development of genital warts. Patients with genital warts can be infected with several types of viruses at the same time. Determining the type of HPV helps assess the risk of malignancy. Sexual contact is the main route of HPV infection. Autoinoculation, common contact route of transmission of infection are allowed, but little studied. Infection is facilitated by microtrauma of the skin and mucous membranes. A vertical method of infection is possible, that is, the virus can be transmitted to the newborn during its passage through the birth canal and cause the development of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis.

Clinical manifestations of PVI:

In most cases, HPV infection is asymptomatic. The most famous manifestations of this infection to practitioners are genital warts, which occur on average 1-3 months after infection. From the moment of infection to the development of precancerous diseases or cancer in situ, it usually takes 5 to 30 years, and very rarely less than a year. In 40% of patients, subclinical, low-symptom manifestations of the disease in the form of small flat warts were noted.

In the case of a latent course of the infection, there are no clinical symptoms, and the infection is verified on the basis of the positive results of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Human papillomavirus infection prevails in the group of young women 15-25 years old and decreases with age. At the same time, it was noted that adolescents and young women experience a faster spontaneous clearance (elimination) of HPV and regression of the existing HPV-associated pathology compared to women of a later age.It is estimated that the average time for HPV elimination in adolescents is 8 months, in women 18-25 years of age, HPV clearance in 50% of cases occurs within 1.5-2.0 years. This process largely depends on the presence of concomitant inflammatory processes and the success of their treatment. Infection with “high risk” HPV subtypes and advanced age are risk factors for the persistence of genital warts.

The manifestation of HPV infections is most often accompanied by the appearance of genital warts (anogenital warts).They occur, as a rule, on the skin and mucous membranes of the genitals or in the anal region in places of friction and trauma during intercourse. In persons practicing oral-genital contacts, warts can occur on the lips, tongue, palate. More often the rash is represented by nodular formations, grouped in 5-15 elements, sometimes merging into plaques; less often rashes are single. Fusion into large plaques occurs with immunosuppression, somatic diseases, metabolic disorders, and intoxication.In some patients with severe cellular immunity disorders (HIV infection, against the background of immunosuppressive therapy), very large genital warts – giant Bushke-Levenshtein warts – develop during pregnancy. This precancerous invasive and destructive tumor is associated with HPV-6 and HPV-11. Warts can be flat, conical, or cauliflower-like in shape. The color of the formations varies from whitish-flesh to pinkish-cyanotic, less often reddish-brown.

Clinically, there are four types of genital warts:

  • Typical. Usually, moist areas of mucous membranes and skin are affected, such as the vestibule of the vagina, anus, and the inner layer of the foreskin. The rash often resembles cauliflower.
  • Hyperkeratotic. The surface of such warts is covered with horny layers. Most often they are located on areas of the skin with keratinized epithelium (outer leaf of the foreskin, the body of the penis, the scrotum, and the labia majora.
  • Papular. Their difference from hyperkeratotic is that they are devoid of horny layers and have a smooth surface.
  • Flat. They appear in the form of spots that almost do not rise above the surface of the skin, they are difficult to see with the naked eye. In 25% of women, this type of genital warts is localized on the cervix and in the vagina. In the overwhelming majority of cases, they are a manifestation of cervical or vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia, which subsequently transforms into cervical cancer.

Genital warts are usually asymptomatic and are often accidentally detected by the patient himself or by a doctor during examination. However, warts that are large or injured, ulcerated, or secondary to infection are accompanied by itching, pain, foul odor, and purulent discharge. When warts are localized in the urethra, signs of sluggish urethritis may develop, warts can cause a bifurcation of the urine stream or even obstruction of the urethral opening.

Diagnostics and treatment principles:

For the diagnosis of HPV infection, in addition to clinical examination, laboratory research methods are carried out: cytological, histological, as well as molecular genetic, which have recently become widespread.PCR is a more sensitive diagnostic method than cytological examination, and is capable of detecting subclinical and latent forms of the disease. The method has not only important diagnostic value, but also prognostic value, since it allows identification of individual types of HPV. Treatment of HPV infection is aimed at eliminating its clinical manifestations – genital warts, papillomas.

For this, various methods of external therapy are used:

  • Destructive physical effects: surgical excision, electrosurgical methods, cryo- and laser destruction, radiosurgical removal (the best cosmetic effect and radical removal).
  • Destructive chemical effects: moxibustion with strong inorganic acids (nitric, trichloroacetic, Solcoderm).
  • Cytotoxic drugs: Podophyllin, podophyllotoxin, 5-fluorouracil (fluorouracil).

The effectiveness of these treatments ranges from 30 to 70%. HPV activity depends primarily on the immune status and the body’s response to infection. To increase the effectiveness of therapy, it is necessary to include antiviral drugs and immunomodulators in the therapeutic complex to stimulate the patient’s immune response.

  • Intravenous laser blood irradiation (ILBI) is a powerful antiviral and immunostimulating treatment method.

The host immune response has been shown to be of great importance in preventing the clinical manifestation of HPV infection. Currently, the leading role of HPV in the genesis of cervical cancer seems to be undeniable. HPV can also initiate and maintain chronic inflammatory processes in the lower genitalia, since HPV-induced changes in the structure of the epithelium create prerequisites for infection with various viral, bacterial, protozoal, fungal and other infections.It has been shown that simultaneous infection with HPV and herpes simplex virus type II doubles the risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix.


The therapeutic strategy for this disease should be aimed not only at removing local foci of infection – genital warts, papillomas, but also at influencing subclinical and latent forms of HPV infection, with mandatory antiviral treatment after surgery, i.e.because the persistence of the virus is a key factor for the recurrence of the disease. The therapeutic complex must include drugs with antiviral and immunomodulatory effects to activate the body’s immune system and suppress viral activity (ILBI – intravenous laser blood irradiation).

All reviews of the film My Horrible Nanny

Seven nasty little children of Mr. Brown (Firth), a country gentleman who talks for a long time with an armchair where his late wife liked to sit, rule the house with an iron hand – neither himself can cope with them a rogue father, not quietly in love with him, but uneducated maid Evangeline (McDonald), not even a cook who served in the military.A dozen and a half of the nannies hired through the agency have already left the house, filling the neighborhood with heart-rending screams. The situation is desperate, moreover, Lady Adelaide (Lansbury) threatens to cut off funding for the family if Mr. Brown does not find a new spouse within a month. And then one evening thunder rumbles, the heavens groan and the silhouette of nanny McPhee (Thompson) looms outside the door. Yubernyanya does not differ in her pleasant appearance: her eyebrows are fused, her nose looks like an ugly growth, and huge warts have spread over her face; but with the help of a magic stick, she intends to teach children exactly five vital lessons.

First, I would like to traditionally wish Russian distributors to burn in hell with their puns. Secondly, for once they bought a children’s film, for which, if you should not immediately rush to the cinema, then in any case it is necessary to reserve space on the DVD shelf. “The Nanny” is a series of books adapted for the cinema by Emma Thompson herself, written by the English detective Christianna Brand, and I must say that McPhee is inferior to Mary Poppins only taking into account the general devaluation of beauty.Why British children’s books are the only ones you want to read is a question for separate discussion; anyway, “british” in this case is an exhaustive advertising slogan and the most accurate epithet. Nowhere in the world do they know how to disguise didactics with cynicism so cleverly, nowhere do they make such helpless gentlemen and noisy old women, nowhere do the simplest phrases like “Go to sleep” carry such a long mythological train, and, finally, nowhere else will they introduce a wart into the plot as a full-fledged character.Expelliarmus, in a word. Disarmed.

TV and radio: Internet and media: Lenta.ru

At the end of May, the Ukrainian security services faked the death of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko in order to allegedly catch the real customer of the impending assassination attempt on him. They did not explain why it was necessary to simulate murder and keep family and friends, who had already mentally buried Babchenko, in the dark. However, the network quickly found an explanation: the gravitation of Ukrainians to the furious shows that are shown on TV every day affected.”Lenta.ru” tells why Ukrainian shows are the most stubborn and how they quietly gained armies of fans in Russia.

I learned about the strange magnetic charm of Ukrainian shows three years ago. While on the central television they branded Ukraine by all possible means, indiscriminately interfering with politics and interethnic relations and reproaching Ukrainians for degradation, on smaller channels Ukrainian shows or their Russian adaptations were shown with might and main. Some of them received popular love and even TEFI, like “Heads and Tails” or “Revizorro”, others, like “Naked and Funny”, served as a sure way to cover a hole in the program grid without prejudice to the rating, which Peretz actively used. and even earlier – REN TV.

In 2015, the “TV channel for girls” “U” made a step forward, showing a project not for the faint of heart “I am ashamed of my body” (“I am ruining my body”). Doctors roam the Ukrainian hinterland and try to help people with the most incredible medical histories. The ideal heroes of the program are people with a tumor the size of a head, men with giant testicles or extremely small penis, gigantic children or adolescents with a mane on their backs, guys with huge joints of their hands that resemble bunches of some exotic plant.

TV Channel STB / YouTube

Diseases are shown as vividly as possible: doctors relish the symptoms, pathologies are displayed without embellishment, doctors chastise patients for disregarding their health, those in despair and horror of imminent death choke in tears. The audience is openly shown the affected genitals, and sometimes they are shown operations. In the television version, the blood, intestines are censored, which means that the Russian viewer will never see multiple papillomas on the labia of Veronika Samuseva, who is just beginning adulthood, the huge wart of 62-year-old Daria in the same place and the details of the colonoscopy of the suspicious Natalina Popova, who complains of pain practically in all organs.

At first, you wonder where so many real people with the most creep stories come from. However, the further, the more clearly you understand: they could have been avoided if people were more serious about their health, went to doctors in a timely manner, and the doctors, in turn, worked conscientiously.

But this is ideal. And reality shows that the overwhelming majority of the inhabitants of the province do not understand the elementary laws of physiology and are terrified of doctors. The heroine of one of the episodes is a girl who is developing with incredible intensity, causing concern.By the age of 12, her height has reached 180 centimeters, and her leg is 46th size. The teenager’s parents did not go to the doctor, waiting for the girl to start her period. The child’s mother explained: grandmothers say that with the onset of menstruation, growth should stop.

TV channel STB / YouTube

The authors of the program do not even need a script or elements of the show – it is enough just to demonstrate terrible sores and broadcast paradoxical and absurd arguments of others. When watching, you experience a whole gamut of sensations – from shock, fear for yourself and the desire to rush headlong for a full examination to deep empathy and regret about how unfairly others sometimes treat sick people.

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“I’m ashamed of my body” – adaptation of the British show Embarrassing Bodies. Like any local version of the franchise, the Ukrainian show is subject to certain standards set by the owners of the format. However, if the European transmission has a touch of sterility, the local reality treacherously bursts into the Ukrainian version, which begins to manage the project, taking it outside the framework of the show about diagnoses. Doctors visit the sick in the godforsaken corners of the country, treat old women for whom the pension is barely enough for food, not to mention treatment.

TV channel STB / YouTube

“I am ashamed of my body” is a program not only about diseases and their treatment, but about a person’s struggle with the whole world, after which there is no time left for oneself; about the monstrous neglect of their own health and the health of loved ones because of the fear that “they will find something”; about a blatant and often inexplicable mistrust of doctors. All these manifestations of reality are also characteristic of Russia, only in Russia such a show is unlikely to appear: who wants to shine on the whole country with their sores, especially in secret places.

Another format borrowed by Ukrainian TV from Britain and turned into a completely unique colorful project is the reality show “Darling, we are killing children” (“Kokhana, we drive children”). The show talks about the problems of fathers and children, the contradictions between which have gone so far that they are ready to kill each other. The presenter, psychologist Dmitry Karpachev, a superstar of Ukrainian television, who became famous after this reality, helps to reduce the degree of hatred.

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00:04 – June 15, 2016

The essence of the project: parents of uncontrollable children who hate their parents, curse and plot, behave provocatively, to spite their ancestors, ruin their fate, smoke, get drunk, turn to Karpachev, mutilate themselves, beat passers-by and rob homeless people.To understand the root of the contradictions, a cameraman is sent to the apartment of a family mired in scandals, who daily non-stop filming family showdowns. Here are just a couple of plots from the famous show.

The Ohtem family fell apart. After the divorce, three children remained to live with their mother Svetlana and her roommate, who sometimes did not behave quite adequately. According to the stories of Veronica’s eldest daughter, once her stepfather pushed her against the wall and strangled her, and her mother just silently watched what was happening. Relations with Veronica did not go well, and they decided to move the girl to her father Alexei, who lives in a kind of barn.

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Although the father supported Veronica, their friendship is based rather on a common resentment towards the mother. He did not pay much attention to his daughter. The girl cut her arms, dozens of scars from cuts on her shoulder. The father saw the injuries, but, in his words, did not go into the soul. Having got rid of a heavy burden in the form of a daughter, the mother does not feel warm feelings for her and a desire to meet. The girl has not come to visit her for two years, because the roommate is against it. Veronica reasonably believes that her mother exchanged her for “uncle”.Svetlana does not care so much that when she heard that the father was forcing her daughter to have sex, she did nothing. The information about incest did not seem to be confirmed – however, the mother’s reaction does not justify this.

The organizers of the program gave Alexey a task to clean up his apartment. He cannot do this, referring to being overweight. The girl trolls her father, and then comes up and pricks him with scissors. Alexey suggests that his daughter needs to undergo treatment, after which the injections become more and more painful.Veronica breaks into hysterics and tries to stab her father, shouting with anguish: “Does it hurt? Tell me that it hurts you! ” The father twists Veronica and declares that re-education is not going to work and he breaks off relations with the show.

In the Kudin family, no one is beating anyone with scissors yet. 13-year-old Artem simply does not put his mother Oksana into anything, he showered her with obscene words and fights. The boy does not go to school, does not appear at home at night, gets drunk to unconsciousness and, together with a gang of teenagers, amuses himself, beating up homeless people.Artem explains his behavior with a thirst for adrenaline and self-affirmation. The boy is a fan of the prison theme. He dreams of going to jail and enthusiastically goes through a computer game in which he needs to earn authority in the zone. In the process of filming, Artyom told why he, in his words, became “repulsed”. He was tightly attached to his stepfather, who at one point disappeared from his life. Mom told Artem that his father had left to work, although in fact they broke up after he cheated on her. And then the boy overheard Oksana’s conversation with her sister that his stepfather had committed suicide.The child harbored a grudge against his mother, who not only lied, but still did not take him to the funeral. In addition, the woman fell into depression and for a long time simply ignored Artyom. The boy learned to live independently, and when his mother regained consciousness, it was already too late.

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Almost all the series “Darling, we are killing children” – about how parents break the psyche of children, without thinking about the consequences, and then reap the fruits of their carelessness. The authors of the show come up with dozens of weird ways to keep the family together.Children are sent to occupational therapy, sometimes to the army, and adults are sent to reeducation in centers for bad parents or, as in the case of Alexei, to sort out garbage.

Why the show is so popular with viewers is obvious: it concerns everyone, because almost all parents doubt whether they are raising their child correctly. In addition, children, who often become aggressive due to lack of attention, reveal all their artistic talents in front of the cameras. One of these turned out to be 11-year-old Ukrainian schoolboy Sashko Fokin, he became a real star thanks to an eccentric reaction to his mother’s attempts to forbid him to play video games.Sashko was ready to die of despair when his mother announced to him that from now on she would control his stay at the computer, which is why he instantly turned into a meme.

Sashko was so popular that his story was included in the Let Them Talk program, which, as you know, generously pays for the visits of valuable guests to the studio.

The boy willingly posed for TV channels both in Ukraine and in Russia, his story was actively used to demonize computer games, and then Sashko disappeared for a long time.

Sashko grew up and got mad. He is 18 years old, he treats his past with irony. Fokin is trying to build a career as a video blogger. Seven years later, he recorded a parody of himself as an 11-year-old and spoke several times about how his participation in a television project and general popularity influenced his life. Sashko’s revelations garnered millions of views, but no one particularly appreciated his second coming.

After the overwhelming success “Honey, we are killing children”, which was called social reality, Dmitry Karpachev began to host almost all the main entertainment shows of the national channel STB.One of the craziest is “Lie detector” (“Nonsense detector”). This is another analogue of a foreign project, the authors of which were able to turn it from a show about “truth and only truth” into a show about the truth, which under no circumstances should be told to anyone, especially on federal television. But this only encourages Ukrainian TV people.

According to the terms of the show, its participants earn money by truthfully answering provocative questions. When the imagination of the authors of the questions goes beyond all boundaries, the following happens.

Unexpected turns are the main feature of the show. At first, the participants give the impression of sane people, but one question can turn this idea around. For example, a pensioner Alla Markova came to the show to enlighten her daughter Victoria, who is wasting her life. Question after question, it turned out that Victoria was not a daughter at all, but a son, who, after being overprotected in adolescence, realized his transsexuality.

A young man is preparing for a sex reassignment operation and came to the program with his future husband Eugene.The mother seemed to support her son’s right to self-determination. Alla Markova sees a predestination in the change of sex – the son was born on the full moon, and “some nuances always happen on the full moon,” which means that nature itself decided everything for him.

Zhenya was ready to live with Vika and was waiting for her to undergo gender reassignment surgery. However, on the program, they were destined to part

The heroine of the show earned good money, frankly answering more and more trashy questions. It seemed that what the presenter asked about could not be true.It turned out that Alla told her family about the death of the child, so as not to be ashamed of her son, who is now a daughter. Markova told her ex-spouse, Vicki’s father, that her son had died. And he believed. The next questions and the answers to them were more absurd than the previous one.

“Do you consider your son a moron because he forbids his partner to work and provides for him, thus wanting to gain love and attention?”

“Have you treated your son’s roommate favorably, hoping that he will become your lover?”

The authors of the show are playwrights with a capital letter.They masterfully spin the story, each time leaving a maneuver for intrigue and the next question, which will reveal the hero and turn the situation from an unexpected side. Graduation with the Markov family also had a very sudden outcome. It turned out that the mother was actually to blame for the son’s decision to change sex.

In Russia, attempts were made to launch a similar show. The “Let Them Talk” team has prepared the “Lie Detector” project. However, the program was not saved even by Andrei Malakhov as a presenter.The tortured, unrelated questions, the absence of any intrigue, the deliberate seriousness of what is happening – it is not surprising that the viewer did not appreciate the efforts of the Russian showrunners. The Lie Detector was removed from the grid a year later, it turned out to be a faded copy of the Nonsense Detector.

Another popular franchise that has fallen on fertile Ukrainian soil is Pregnant at 16 (Vagitna at 16): a show about how teenage girls cannot force young fathers who have awarded them a child to be responsible for their actions.

The action, as a rule, takes place in a village or a small town, where men live according to the most understandable and convenient laws for them: they walked together – it was nice, got pregnant – she was a fool herself. In the words of aunt Gali, whose son burdened a 15-year-old resident of Druzhkovka, Donetsk region: “Men? What is the demand from them? None. I put it in, spat and went. ”

There is truth in the words of Aunt Gali. Young fathers do not agree to recognize their children, refuse to educate them, arrange a boycott of girls, whom they didn’t cherish even yesterday.However, if the fathers were perfect, there would be no transmission.

Christina from Druzhkovka fell in love with Vadim, who is several years older than her. They were together for three years. The young man did not earn anything, and Christina paid for the dates. The girl was also ready to pay extra to the young man so that he would not leave her. The couple had sex without protection, with the result that at the end of the third year, Christina was in a position. The groom was blown away by the wind. In a private conversation (at gunpoint, of course), he admitted that he did not want obligations and was not ready for fatherhood.Why, because of the child, he should suffer and forget about his high aspirations, Vadim asks in the middle of the program.

Unfortunately for Vadim, his mother got along with Christina’s father, together in the kitchen his parents read him lectures. True, they are in no hurry to blame the young man. Mom Galya makes a complaint to Christina that the girl did not use protection. And then the legendary phrase “put it in, spat and went” sounds, which is repeated at an enviable frequency in the show “Pregnant at 16”.

The popularity of the show is easy to explain: everything here is like in life.Here is a young girl “flew in”, her fiancé denies paternity and escapes to the army. Further – her mother tries to reason with the parents of the child’s father, but stumbles upon a stream of hysterical abuse, not staged – real, village, which can only be resisted by the same loud scandal. It was as if he had left the house and stumbled upon the disassembly of neighbors.

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The authors of “Pregnant at 16” are often accused of staging the show. They say that careless fathers at the end of the program are suddenly corrected, in reality such metamorphoses are hardly possible.But the audience continues to watch the program, because even with a share of fiction, the rest of the characters do not play: they experience genuine emotions on the screen. This is the secret ingredient of Ukrainian shows. Russian television people have not yet learned how to shoot like that.

Direct Ukrainian TV shows, despite the fact that they are not shown in Russia, have found fans in our country. It is so interesting to watch them that some famous bloggers have focused on reviews of Ukrainian shows.Parsing videos “Vagitna at 16” or “Nonsense Detector” collect millions of views on YouTube. Someone is moralizing, and someone simply accompanies the releases with emotional comments. Ukrainian TV shows are ideally converted into the Internet currency of likes, shares and memes. This was appreciated in time by the creators of the community “I watch Ukrainian shows and enjoy life”, which publishes selected fragments from Ukrainian programs and turns them into memes.

I watch Ukrainian shows and enjoy life / VKontakte

I watch Ukrainian shows and enjoy life / VKontakte

Over the two years of the community’s existence, more than 500 thousand people have signed up to the ranks of its fans.Half a million people from Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, Omsk, Khabarovsk, Belgorod, Tula and dozens of other Russian cities, which Ukrainian TV helps to perceive what is happening with irony.

90,000 French fishermen hope Paris sanctions will open their way into British waters – InoTV

A year after the start of a quarrel between Paris and London over fishing in British waters, French fishermen are still living in constant anxiety and do not know what to expect in the future, France 3 reports.Although the French authorities have announced new sanctions against the island of Jersey, which has closed its waters to the French, some in the fishing industry are skeptical and fearful of losing their jobs.

For many months now, Jimmy Montreuil has been restlessly starting his boat every morning. After Brexit, like all French fishermen, he became persona non grata in the waters of Jersey.

JIMMY MONTREUI, fisherman and boat owner Rocalamauve: France is here.Everything beyond this line, is what we call British waters.

Nevertheless, he was accustomed to always going there. He now has a temporary fishing permit in the area until the end of the year. However, then – a leap into the unknown.

JIMMY MONTREUY: We do not know until when, we do not know for what period and what fishing rights we will have, we do not know anything.

And he is also one of the luckiest: out of 170 requests for permission, Jersey authorities refused 75 French fishermen.In recent months, this has led to tensions between the fishermen of Jersey and (French city – InoTV ) Granville, who only a few years ago called themselves “cousins ​​of the English Channel.”

Jimmy Montreuil fishing went smoothly today and he returned with a good catch of scallops.

JIMMY MONTREY: Yes, everything went well. We have a ton, as allowed by the quota.

It is a relief for him because he is only allowed to fish this species in the waters of Jersey.Such a loss of profits seriously affects its revenue.

JIMMY MONTREY: Granville’s advantage is many possibilities: when one area fails, we switch to another. But now, if we can’t switch, it’s a disaster.

At the unloading, everyone is just talking about the conflict with the Channel Islands.

FRENCH FISHERMAN: As if two warts have grown in the middle of the English Channel.

(Worried – InoTV ) also those who do not fish in British waters like Malo Enu. He fears that if the situation is not resolved, all the French will return to the areas where he is fishing.

LITTLE ENU, fisherman and boat owner Fury: There is not enough room for everyone, and surely someone will have to leave the profession.

Thus, dozens of jobs could disappear, and not only among fishermen.

GUY MONTREUIL, Co-Chair of the Regional Fisheries Committee in the East of the Contantin Peninsula: Fishing, fish sales, fish delivery to the market everything that depends on fishing. I would say that it will affect a thousand people.

ALEXAND PAYROU, journalist: Are these jobs that could be at risk?

GUY Montreuil: Exactly.

This afternoon, in response to the blockade (the French authorities – InoTV ) announced the imposition of sanctions against the United Kingdom from next Tuesday. We wanted a comment from Jimmy Montreuil, who is still at sea. He ironically stated that after a year of blockade, he no longer trusts the government.

ALEXANDER PAYROU: But tonight, Granville’s fishermen are most hopeful that this new threat from the French government to the British will be effective and they will soon be able to fish again in the waters of Jersey.

Air date Oct 27, 2021.

90,000 Reasons for the appearance of warts, types of warts, how to get rid of them quickly

Everywhere there are pros and cons. So, radio waves are good because they do not greatly damage tissues. The procedure is painless and does not cause bleeding. The process is simple: first, anesthesia is performed, then the wart is removed. Wound healing is standard, not characterized by inflammatory processes. Disadvantages of this method: scarring is possible, although the risk is lower, unlike a laser.

Nitrogen removal – the easiest method. How it’s done? The wart is cauterized with nitrogen. A little discomfort is possible if the neoplasm is located, for example, on the foot and causes pain when walking. Among the disadvantages: a course is often required, that is, one time may not be enough.

Laser removal is akin to radio waves. It also sometimes leaves scars, has a certain healing time. But it is effective and fast, without age restrictions. Just one session is enough.

Electrocoagulation involves removal by current. The wart is cauterized and removed. This method has several negative aspects:

  • there is a possibility that the wart will not be completely removed,
  • scars are possible.

But, nevertheless, this method is in the lead among the rest, since it is fast and allows you to conduct a small study of the removed tissue, which cannot be done with other methods.

How to remove warts with improvised means?

If salon methods do not inspire anything but fear, then you can resort to folk remedies.And the first place, by right, deserved garlic. There are several recipes:

  1. garlic + apple cider vinegar,
  2. garlic tortilla,
  3. garlic juice,
  4. garlic extract.

Before proceeding with a detailed review of the recipes, it will be important to remind you that garlic can damage the skin, so it is worth protecting the healthy area around the wart from getting garlic on it (for example, by sticking it with adhesive tape).

Garlic and Apple Cider Vinegar. What you need:

  • a pair of garlic cloves,
  • two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

Method of preparation: chop the garlic and pour in apple cider vinegar. It is infused for two hours and filtered. After the mixture is ready, you need to apply it to the wart and hold it for twenty minutes (tying the damaged area with a plastic bag or film). There may be slight skin tingling and tingling.

Garlic cake. What you need:

  1. half garlic,
  2. a couple of tablespoons of flour,
  3. boiled water.

Method of making a flat cake: chop the garlic, mix with flour, add water. At the exit, small cakes are molded. They need to be applied to the warts, fixed with something and kept for at least six hours. Then everything is washed off and smeared with cream.

Garlic juice. What do you need?

  1. One garlic.

What to do? Simply rub the halved garlic into the affected area. It is best to rub it in several times a day.

Garlic extract. What is required?

  • 15 cloves of garlic,
  • a glass of water,
  • 3 tablespoons of honey.

The peeled cloves are filled with water and heated over low heat. You need to cook the mixture until the water is almost completely boiled away. As soon as very little remains in the container, you need to add 3 tablespoons of honey. The resulting mixture is stirred and melted. The ready-made extract is necessary for frequent wiping of warts.

Another miracle remedy – celandine .Only to use for the preparation of the medicine you need not dry herb, but fresh, which is full of useful properties. What you can cook:

  • celandine juice,
  • alcoholic infusion,
  • celandine + apple cider vinegar.

Celandine juice is applied quite simply: a branch of celandine is applied to the wart where the juice drips. You need to apply often, trying not to affect healthy areas of the skin. The duration of treatment is 1-2 months, depending on the size and degree of neglect of the wart.

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