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I put a band aid on my inner thigh for 4 warts. Some of them have turned black. Does that mean they're dead? Also, others have reduced in size.
Hello. I have had a wart on my inner thigh for a few months now and it has only recently turned pointy and black. Can i still use a wart remover?
First make sure: It is only a wart , not a pigmented mole , by seeing your doctor. ...Read more
2pink bumps inner thigh for 6 mnths, white center when light shone on them. Went to doc and she did nothing about them bc warts. What to do? Warts?
See below: Warts are caused by human papilloma virus. It is the same virus, different strain, that causes cancer of the uterine cervix. Take HPV vaccine to prevent cancer. For the skin warts, consult this site for home treatment: http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/warts-treatments-home-remedies ...Read more
I treated four common warts on my inner thigh by freezing them and another one pops up... Why did this happen?
Warts are tricky: Often patients need multiple treatments to get rid of warts completely. They are 'known' for hiding out in the skin layers (away from the destructive power of the immune system) and therefore can pop-up at will if you don't stay on top of it. There are creams (aldara) in addition to ablative therapies (cryo) that can help. See a dermatologist for the best effects. ...Read more
Hi, I have a skin tag in my inner thigh and was wondering if it is safe for me to use the over-the-counter wart freezing spray?
Can you get genital warts on inner thigh? My HCP and gyn said the bumps on my inner thigh were warts. Could I have gotten them there from sex?
What kind of warts grow on inner thigh? I saw my gyn and he said that they were not genital warts but warts. I use a needle on them and they go away.
Molluscum contagiosu: Molluscum contagiosum are warty, pimply spots which heal after you needle or squeeze them. Often they are quite numerous. They heal without scars. Spontaneous clearing usually occurs after a few weeks or months. They are caused by a pox virus and are transmitted sexually. There is a related virus, transmitted without sex, common to small children. A dermatologist can help clear them faster. ...Read more