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Plantar (means "bottom of the foot") warts may require more than on treatment using liquid nitrogen, but this method can still fail. There...
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There are hundreds of these folk medicine "cures", but I don't think you are going to have much success in curing your plantar warts...
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There is the familiar type of dome-shaped warts on the backs of fingers, toes, and knees.Plantar warts are found on the bottom of the foot. (The...
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Wart treatments require patience. How well wart treatments work is another matter. Warts can appear and disappear without an identifiable cause and...
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Get over the counter wart remover. Wart usually gets removed in a week if applied...
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Common warts can be annoying to anyone. This information is about the treatment of common warts. It does not apply to genital or venereal warts...
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For common skin warts, many dermatologists agree that it’s perfectly fine to try over-the-counter wart treatments for a couple of months.If your...
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Some warts will go away without treatment; others will not. Even those warts that eventually go away can take months, or even years, to disappear...
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There are several topical solutions to help remove warts. Many of these compounds contain salicylic acid, which penetrates the warts and allows them...
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I could not possibly answer that question. I don't even know the type of warts your doctor has diagnosed. Are they condylomata?  And, there...
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You should allow the dermatologist to treat this subungual (under the nail) wart. This is not something you can do at home because of the location...
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Warts can sometimes be difficult to treat. Given that the wart is on your face, it would be best to see a dermatologist for treatment. If you are not...
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Two quick options that do not cause too much discomfort are freezing the skin wart with liquid nitrogen or burning it off. In some instances...
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Self-diagnosis is often wrong, and self-treatment can be iffy. Since I have no way of determining if this is, indeed, a wart, I cannot endorse home...
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Duct tape supposedly starves the wart of oxygen and blood supply and, in theory, the wart will go away. I have not used duct tape in my practice to...