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Wart Outbreak On Hands
Common warts are typically exophytic verrucous papules that may be single lesions or that may be grouped in a linear configuration. Human papillomavirus is the etiologic agent.
Thank you for question. ...Read more
Depends: They can come up fast or take a while. ...Read more
See below: If over the counter medicine has not been successful then see a doctor for treatment. ...Read more
Yes you can but: You can shake hands as long as wart is not peeled open and is not bleeding. ...Read more
17% salicylic acid: apply once a day till they disappear. If too deep you will need liquid nitrogen ...Read more
Small discolored bum:
A wart is a virus that gets into the skin and grows outward. It might appear as a discolored bump which will become raised in time. There are sometimes balack spots in the center.
If the wart is in an area where there are skin lines the lines will go around the wart. If it is a callous the lines go directly through it.
A wart also hurts if squeezed side to side. ...Read more
Go see doc: Go see your doctor for treatment. Best way to be rid of them ...Read more
You can as long as: You can as long as the wart or warts are not peeled open and bleeding, you can shake hands safely. ...Read more
Whats the best way to get rid of warts on hands? Should I be concernd about them spreadin elsewhere?
Doctor freezes them: Warts on the hands, or on most other parts of the body, can be frozen off by a primary care doctor or a dermatologist. Usually, it takes 3 visits or so. After each freezing part of the wart dies, until finally all the remaining warty skin is gone. Painting over-the-counter wart removal acids on ones warts is a lot more work than having a doctor freeze them. ...Read more
I have warts on my hands, if i give my boyfriend a blow job what are the chances i will pass warts to him?
Possible: Warts are papillomas caused by hpv virus possible to transmit by repeated constant contact to other person , hpv virus each location have different genomes has their own fetish, own location .You need to be checked by md , possibly vaccination will help you & prevent future carcinoma of cervix. ...Read more
I have a wart on my hand, been there for about a year. I just wanted to know if theres a natural way to remove it?
Aspirin: Wet an Aspirin u til soft and apply nightly. The acid will eat away at the wart. A natural acid is grapefruit sees extract which can slowly eat away at the wart. ...Read more
I keep getting mixed answers. Some say unlikely to spread warts from hands to genitals. Some say possible. Should I worry?
I have warts on the top of my hand. Freezing them off and acid doesn't seem to do much. What should I try next to get rid of them?
Hypnosis: Hypnosis has been used to cure warts for over 100 years. It is safe. It only requires that you make a personal commitment. You can try this before you go on to more invasive and dangerous treatments ...Read more
What dr do I see for HPV and what are the procedures for wart removal and are there any perscribed pill to help prevent another outbreak?
What causes warts?All of a sudden I have a few on my hand including a long one on thumb,scared with everything else going on like my lightheadness
Warts: Warts are a viral infection which are very common and difficult at times to get rid of. They should not be associated with lightheadedness though. We try to burn or freeze the wart to get rid of them typically. ...Read more
No: I would have the warts treated and not worry about the shower- but keep the shower clean! ...Read more
Very possibly...: See a dermatologist for definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Warts: Hi. Warts are caused by a virus and depending on their location (hands) may determine your treatment options. If there are multiple ones - it is best to be seen by your PCP or a Dermatologist to talk about your best options. Options could include liquid nitrogen, cryotherapy or even salicyclic acid treatments. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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