Warts are non-cancerous (benign) skin growths that develop in different parts of the body and come in various forms. They are caused by human papillomaviruses.
There are more than 100 different strains of HPV. Each strain of HPV is responsible for infecting specific body areas
How are warts formed on the skin?
- A person is infected with Human papillomaviruses, the virus then stimulates the outer layer of skin to grow faster. Ther by leading to the formation of the wart.
- The infected person may effortlessly spread to someone else through direct skin-to-skin contact while shaking hands or sharing items like a towel
What are the types of warts?
There are five major types of warts. Each type appears on a different part of the body and has a distinct appearance.
- Common warts:-Common warts usually grow on your fingers and toes but can appear elsewhere. They have a rough, grainy appearance and a rounded top.
- Plantar warts:- Plantar warts grow on the soles of the feet. Plantar warts can make walking uncomfortable.
- Flat warts:- Flat warts usually grow on the face, thighs, or arms. Flat warts have a flat top as if they’ve been scraped.
- Filiform warts:-Filiform warts grow around your mouth or nose and sometimes on your neck or under your chin. They are small and shaped like a tiny flap or tag of skin.
- Periungual warts:-Periungual warts grow under and around the toenails and fingernails. They can be painful and affect nail growth.
Nearly all warts are harmless but once they pop up in places such as the face or hands, most people will do almost anything to get rid of them.
Conventional treatments offer to freeze, burn, inject, shave, electrocute, poison, or dig the poor wart out but with varying degrees of success.
Some can cause scarring while with others, the wart may regrow.
Homeopathic medicine and management for wart
- Homeopathy has been proved to be very effective in curing the wart.
- Does not cause any discoloration as commonly caused by acids
- Enhance your immune response and thus fight the virus
- Removes the wart from within without leaving any scars
- 100% safe for children and adults as this treatment have no side effect.
Tips for Healing warts more quickly
- Treat the wart:- A person having a healthy immune system, a wart will often go away on its own. But can take a long time. In the meantime, the virus that causes warts can spread to other parts of the body, which may lead to more warts.
- Avoid shaving over a wart.:- When you shave, you create microtears in your skin.. you can spread the virus that causes warts from the wart to any skin that you shave.
- Avoid sharing personal hygiene things like towels, soap, shaving kits, etc … If someone in your home has a wart, this helps prevent the virus that causes warts from spreading from one person to another.
- Wash your hands often. Because HPV is so common, this helps to remove the virus from your skin
- Treat hyperhidrosis:- This is a medical condition that causes people to sweat excessively sweating excessively making the skin damp and soft, this may increase the risk to get cause HPV infection.