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Flat Warts Look Like Face
Why do want: To squeeze, first make sure it is a wart , if it is con't get rid of it by squeezing , besides it may create a scar on your face , see a dermatologist ...Read more
Hi! My friend has developed some small things on his head (skull) they look like dry warts. What is the cause n how can it be treated.
See a physician: Warts are caused by the HPV virus. There are many medications and alternative treatments that work. They also can be removed by a Dermatologist if needed. But before you consider self treatment be sure to have the involved area examined by a physician to be sure you are not dealing with a precancerous actinic keratosis or squamous cell cancer. ...Read more
At 65 leisons have started to appear on my face. Sometimes they disappear, but not always. They are like very flat warts, scab like. For 5 years?
See your doctor: It is appropriate to get an accurate diagnosis before proceeding with a treatment plan. See your doctor to get a diagnosis and a treatment plan. ...Read more
I've had flat warts on my face for five years, I've visited the dermatologist and nothing they gave me worked. What do I do?
Flat warts: Flat warts can take a long time to be treated. 1st thing is to make sure that this is the correct diagnosis. Several treatment options are available: freezing with liquid nitrogen, light electrosurgery, laser, topical Imiquimod gel, catharone. Most important is to treat them without leaving scars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different HPV: The strains of hpv that cause cancer of the cervix are different from the flat-wart type you find elsewhere on the body. Your risk is neither greater nor less if you have flat warts on your face. And the question is moot, since hopefully you are sensible enough to get checked on a regular basis for premalignancy of the cervix. Best wishes. ...Read more
On top of my penis head are a couole small white bumps that look like white heads. Tested for warts wasn't it. Help
Bumps on a 2 year old my 2 year old daughter has pimple like bumps randomly on her body. None on her face. They kind of look like warts. I tried to squeeze one of them, but it seems that the white stuff that comes out, is hard. She doesn't say that they h
There : There is a possibility that she could have molluscum contagiousum which is caused by a wart like virus. They look like little red or flesh colored bumps with a small hole in the middle that occasionally has a white, thick discharge. It commonly affects children and usually goes away within a year without treatment. Picking or squeezing them can cause spreading and/or an infection, so it is not advised. Below i've attached a website with more information about them. If the spots start to develop on her face, appear to be infected, seem to be worsening, or if you think they are not molluscum, then give her doctor a call. Good luck! ...Read more
Outside of anus I have a size of quinoa bump, doesn't look like wart cause wary look like cauliflower shape , just hard and shiny no head or puss.Any?
Many spots on face that seem like flat warts specially on my forehead and hairline how can I get rid of them myself? and what causes them?
My wife is 46 and she has little tiny raised bumps on her legs that look like warts . They're about the size of the head of a straight pin. Idea ?
I have a flat wart on my face. Is there a cream that my family doctor can prescribe to get rid of it? This flat wart started as a red area 3 weeks ago. I thought it was a pimple but now 3 weeks later i can see what looks like a flat wart. I say flat wart
Recommend : Recommend that you see a dermatologist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon who is trained to diagnose skin lesions. There are many possibilities as to what this is and you need a professional evaluation. If is is a wart, professional removal is recommended to ensure complete eradication of the lesion. ...Read more
A small mark on my face, initially i thought it was a spot but it looks more flat wart looking. It's been on my face for about a month. Any ideas?
Freckle?: It is not feasible to know without examining you. If you were exposed to the sun, it may be a freckle. If it doubles in size, develops a nodule, bleeds or ulcerates, see a doctor, otherwise you may watch and wait. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more