Foot warts how to get rid of

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How do u get rid of warts on the bottom of ur foot?
I also have a couple bumps on my face, but I have so much acne that I can't tell if they are warts too or if they are just irritated acne that will go away. How can I tell if they are warts? How are warts spread to parts of the body other than hands and feet? Can I infect my co-workers and family? I would like as much information as possible, but my doctors have not been helpful. Thanks.
I am pretty sure I have a plantar's wart on my foot and was wondering how to get rid of it and also how to prevent getting other warts in the future.
Any thoughts? And whats the best way to get rid of this? My doctor gave my Imiquimod Cream but it seems to be making it worse Thanks.
Shelly: The word "plantar" reers to the bottom ("plantar surface") of the foot. Plantar warts are tougher to get rid of than most others (warts on the palm side of the hand behave the same way), but they're still just on the surface of the body. Warts only affect the epidermis, even if they feel deep. Despite all the folklore (that you catch warts from showers, locker rooms, and pools, etc.), warts are generally not contagious.
This is not advice people are likely to welcome or comply with, so I don't give it. What they usually do, and what I recommend to you, is to get rid of visible warts and be up-front with partners that you once had them. Some day we will know and be able to do more. But that's the way it is now. Take care. Dr.
I also do not want my husband to contract them. How can I protect them? How can I get them to go away?! Thanks....
I've had common warts for over 20 years (I'm 28 currently). I've been trying to get rid of them for over 15 years. I've also developed Crohn's disease 10 years ago, and I've been on Imuran ever since, and occasionally on Prednisone, which is definitely not helping me to fight warts. I've tried everything, and any results I had were temporary. So I have warts, and they are not going away. I have 20-30 warts on the backs of each hand, and a few of them in other places (elbow, knee, foot).
After 10 days it will be almost 2 months of treatment. I dont know will I be able to get rid of these warts ? Also I am worried about recurrence. I wonder how soon it will recurr back ?? I learnt from website recurrence chances are high in the treatment from Podophyllin ? can you confirm this AJ ?
I walk (brisk) 3-4 miles about every day. A few weeks ago, I developed pain on the outside of my left foot (at the widest part of my foot; bottom of foot is OK). There seems to be a "pea sized bump" in/on the skin or just below. Bone does not seem to be tender, just the bump. It is very painful especially when going down a slight grade when my foot pushes forward in my shoe. Anyone have any ideas what this may be? If so, how can I "get rid of it"?
I have recently learned that for flat warts, the best way to get rid of them is to irritate the skin and have them shed or peel off. So, with my countless hours of research and my own 15 year personal battle, I feel confident that with a mixture of all of these treatment menthods, used consecutively, we will win the battle with the mighty virus! I have just began treating her this throughly 2 weeks ago and am waiting and patient.
It seems a couple of years ago now, maybe more, when I first noticed what appeared to be a small blister or callus on the ball of my left foot. I can't remember how long it was before the second one appeared close beside it, but both have become a permanent feature of the underside of that foot for so long now that I take them for granted. What's perplexing, though, is that they are seemingly NOT blisters or calluses, because once they come in they are permanent and unchanging.
Kindly let me know where do you stay and the name of the doctor. I can go to any city to get rid of these warts.
So, he has the same risks as the rest of us. There is no way to know how long it will take to clear your warts. If he wants to have unprotected sex then that is his own risk but warts are very contagious. I would say to you that you shouldn't have unprotected sex until you are in a very trusting relationship. Remember we all have secrets and you can't trust that all guys are going to be upfront about everything.
The irritation showing back up in the morning is normal. As for how long it takes to get rid of it, that depends upon the strain.There are many drug resistant strains that take longer courses of treatment to irradicate. If you reacted to your med, i.e. became more red and irritated than previously, I woulde not use that type again. You would be setting yourself up for a full blown reaction and that really hurts.
Hi Jason, I just wanted to give you a bit of an fyi: IF by chance you do get athletes foot there's a non-prescription way that's on the gross side (to me anyway) but works SUPER fast. grab a big bowl that you'll throw away, and at least once or twice a day, urinate in the bowl & put your infected foot into it for at least 5 minutes.
I kept repeating and was in very close contact with the wart on my foot since I'm trying to get rid of it. I have never had a wart on my penis before but I'm wondering if I could have spread it when I pee'd since I didn't think about washing my hands after digging at the plantar wart. I am asking in HPV section since plantar warts are HPV. Thanks in advance.
and have no idea how long that door is going to still be open. Right now I clearly can still get pregnant and I want to take advantage of that. I don't know what to do. Warren said he is open to whatever I decide as long as it's not risking my health. I would never do that. I have a little boy and a husband to think of besides the fact that I do not want to battle cancer if I can avoid it.
I have HSV 1. I was researching side effects for Lysine when I came across this page. Very interesting discussion!! I know I get outbreaks on my lips, but now I know why I have a funky "crusty" issue at the top of my buttocks crack, at the bottom of my spine. I never would have imagined it was an outbreak from my HSV 1. GREAT NEWS though!!
I had the mirena in for about 13 months & had it removed end of august to try to get pregnant. I had thought it was more immediate. I found out it can take 3-6 months for your cycle to return. my husband and I are pretty bummed because we would have removed it earlier (or never had it put in). Anyway, I bled a few days after removal (probably due to the removal) & then nothing until a couple days of brown spotting at the beginning of this month.
My son had warts on his inner thighs and the doctor suggested getting them lasered off and said he would have scars - since he was only 4 I did not want to put him through that so I looked for a natural method to get rid of the warts - I used Thuja cream, 2x a day for a bout 2 weeks. The warts dried up and fell off - left no scars and never came back.
Hello, Without examination, confirmation of a diagnosis is tough but it can be contact dermatitis, rash due to friction rub with clothes, dermatitis (atopic, contact, allergic), excessive sweating causing sweat dermatitis or balanitis(due to an underlying infection (bacterial and fungal as well as other organisms) . You may try calamine lotion on the rash. You should also maintain hygiene and try to keep the area clean and dry, wear loose-fitting cotton clothing.
It hurt bad like a razor blade went throug my uretha. At that time I wen to the Dr to get tested. I had to wait for a month for my all of my STD result's. about two weeks's ago I was told I have HSV1 &2. I didn't have the type IgG specific test. I was kind of shocked that I had HSV2. I didn't have any lesions during that time. Ever since I was told I had the HSV2. I only got 2 to 3 hours of sleep a night.I started to think I had all the symptons without any lesions.
Hello, I cannot confirm a diagnosis without examination, but it can be foot blisters or fibromas. Chnaces of plantar warts are there but less. When a foot is hot and sweaty, the sock sticks to the foot. The sock and foot then rub against each other and the inside of the shoe causing blisters to appear. Plantar fibromas are firm, nodular masses which occur as a single mass or in clusters on the arches of the foot. Wear shoes that fit properly and keep feet as dry as possible.
Usually, a physician can diagnose a plantar wart by its appearance, but if necessary, he or she can scrape the skin and send the sample to a lab for inspection. Plantar warts are one of six main categories of warts. There are many forms of treatment for plantar and other warts. Some warts, including plantar warts, disappear without treatment. Home treatments include salicylic acid and tape occlusion.
I applied a cream used for the treatment of tinea (athletes foot) to treat my symptoms! The left nostril cleared up literally in 24 hours and the right nostril is well on its way to mending nicely. I applied it sparingly just in and around the inside of the nostrils with a cotton bud twice a day. There's no odour, no stinging, no pain. I'm almost convinced my condition was some type of a fungal infection which attacked the soft tissue's of the nose.
I would find myself sitting for hours in pain as I forced myself to get rid of the skin around it. I even used a driminal tool and actually sanded at it, sometimes it bled, but this is what it takes. I hope this helps, I know how terrible those can be.
Nope. I have PCOS so I rarely ovulate and have periods. They did a colposcopy/biopsy when the pap came back abnormal and they found CINII cells, which are precancerous. In order to get "rid" of them I had a LEEP performed in July where they cut out the affected portion of the cervix then monitor with serial paps for a year.
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