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What are effective natural ways to remove skin tags or warts on underarm?

What are effective natural ways to remove skin tags or warts on underarm?

Skin tag: Can be removed by tiring strings around them really tightly until the skin does and the fall off. You can try to get rid of warts by covering with duct tape( real kind) and only removing it to change it until wart is gone). Warts are more difficult ...Read more

Axilla (Definition)

Area of human body directly under the joint where the shoulder connects to the arm. It contains axillary vessels, brachial nerve plexus, lymph nodes & vessels, axillary ...Read more


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My 3 year old has warts on his side and armpit. Is this a minor worry?

My 3 year old has warts on his side and armpit. Is this a minor worry?

Yes don't worry: Take him to his doctor removal wart is a minor procedure , by any method. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of warts in my armpit?

How do I get rid of warts in my armpit?

Standard methods: Warts are often treated by liquid nitrogen but can also be treated topically with a variety of prescription products. In some instances , we surgically remove them. Please see your Dermatologist. ...Read more

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How to get rid of warts under my armpit?

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 more

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Is armpit wart a common warts?

Is armpit wart a common warts?

Yes one of the: Common site , due to sweating the area can debuted and skin break occurs , virus can implant easily ...Read more

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Warts (Definition)

Warts are outgrowths of the skin, usually caused by a virus. They are self-limited, meaning that they can go away on its own ...Read more