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Yes don't worry: Take him to his doctor removal wart is a minor procedure , by any method. ...Read more
But are they warts?: Warts are a common viral infection of the skin, but they are not often seen in the armpit. More common causes of growths in the armpit would be molluscum contagiosum in children or skin tags in adults. In any event, they can be snipped off, burned off, frozen off, or treated with destructive chemicals such as salicylic acid or Podophyllin or cantharidin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think i found a wart or skin tag on my armpit and i ripped it off, i also froze it with the freeze away thing before i ripped it off?
See below: Watch for infection or reoccurrance.Get a more detailed answer ›
2 year old daughter has wart like bumps on chest near armpit. They are skin colored and NOT indented. ?
I found a wart i think under my armpit, is this a wart or a skin tag or something and how do I get rid of it?
See a doctor: If unsure then see a doctor for diagnosis or treatment. ...Read more
Salicylic acid: If the wart is small and not on face, i generally recommend doing the following every other day for 2 wks: soaking wart with warm water, gently thin out the wart with an emory board, apply liquid 17% salicylic acid, cover with 40% salicylic acid tape, then apply duct tape (or surgical tape) over it to occlude. The wart will soften and peel off. Some require liquid nitrogen or laser treatments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
warts are same: Caused by hpv virus , with so many subtypes , each has its own behavior most of the genital warts are caused by type 6 ;11 but cx cancers by 16;18 . Plantar warts are caused by 1, 2, 4, 27, ; 57 usually plantar warts will not infect genitals vice versa . Have their own fetish there are over 100 to 150 subtypes, of hpv virus ...Read more
Pearlescent: luster: No, warts typical appear as raised cauliflower (with little black heads which can bleed) appearing lesions, on most body parts but plantar warts will have a callous cap to them. A glossy luster appearing skin lesion may be a epidermal inclusion cyst or other. See you local dermatologist or if on a foot, podiatrist. ...Read more