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Pain After Plantar Wart Removal
Yes: Bleomycin is a anti-cancer drug. Very small amounts of the drug can also be used in the treatment of plantar warts. After debriding the area, bleomycin is injected directly into the wart. Sometimes the area will first be numbed by an anesthetic, since this procedure can be painful. Several injections are typically required until the wart is removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a very stubborn plantar wart. I've taking OTC wart removals several times but it won't go away. Now a smaller 1 is growing. How 2 get rid of it?
Lots of ways: You can use the liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide (this is what I like to use), topical acids, dermal scraping. You can also try oral cimetadine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If non surg ok: There are many treatments for plantar warts from topical (acids) to freezing. These are non systemic and highly unlikely to effect the fetus. No elective medications are recommended during pregnancy other than for life threatening illnesses. Consult your obstetrician for approval. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Post op: A surgical shoe at the very least. A cast would depend on what type of surgical procedure you are having done on the bunion. It depends on surgeon preference. I would also imagine crutches if plantar warts are being removed to off-load the bottom of the foot. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I am arjoon maloo of mauritius, I had a surgery on my left sole for removal of painful plantar warts. I'm having severe cramp on my calf &thigh.
Viral: The warts are a viral infection. They can become painful which may limit activities if they are on weight bearing areas. You should have it biopsied make sure it is a viral infection only. There are multiples ways to remove them. See you local podiatrist. ...Read more
One of a few ways.: Three common ways that plantar warts are removed are freezing them, application of chemicals and surgical removal. The first two are available to you as over the counter treatments found at most drug stores. The last one requires you go to a surgeon or podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very small firm bump: Often the first sign of a wart starting is having a very small, hardly noticeable, almost clear, firm bump on the bottom of your foot. To notice it you would have to softly rub over it with your fingers. If treatment starts at this stage, even with an OTC product, the chances of a quick resolution are good. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
From duct tape, to taking vitamins (i.E provitamin a and zinc), topical acids (sal-acid). There are many over the counter preps at the pharmacy to try. Just be careful if you get acid to keep it only on the warty tissue.
Doctors have various other ones, there are also lasers that can assist in getting rid of them. ...Read more
Various: Treatments destroy warts but not the wart virus! there are several topicals, both otc & prescription. There is freezing, burning, & cutting. None of these always successful. You can try using tape......Any kind......Duct tape sticks well....All day every day until the warts are gone: weeks to months. Many people think they have warts but really have callouses or scars. See a dermatologist if it b. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Seek a podiatrist:
Plantars warts can be stubborn, and painful viral skin infections to treat. There are a lot of different treatment options, because no one way is best. They include medications and surgical options. Sometimes lasers are employed in treating them.
Self care measures include use of duct tape over the warts, or use of over-the-counter medications. See a podiatrist if these measures don't work. ...Read more
Several treatments.: You can try over the counter wart removers, but be careful: I've seen them do more harm than good. Other options your doctor might offer include cryotherapy (freezing the wart), electrocautery (burning the wart), laser treatment, or several different topical chemical treatments. If the treatment is typically uncomfortable, your doctor can numb the area before proceeding. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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