Top 20 Doctor insights on: Warts on black people
Can't really....: Warts get a blood supply from your body so it's really tough to say that they can be suffocated. But they will turn black when the tissue dies. ...Read more
Used Dr. Scholl's freeze off on three warts. Turned dark red and kinda blackish (especially area around it). Is the product working?
FREEZING WARTS OFF:
Do not know for at least ten to fourteen days.
I, myself, have rarely seen it work.
Dermatologists freeze them off with a much more powerful liquid nitrogen! ...Read more
Nothing special.: Warts are full of blood vessels, so they will commonly bleed under the skin which makes them black. See a doc to help you get rid of it if you are unable to get that done yourself. ...Read more
I have recently gotten my wart froze and the next day, it hurts when you touch it and it has turned a black colour. Is this normal?
You are experiencing a normal response to tissue injury. It should heal in a few days. Wart is an HPV infection.
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Lots of ways: Get it treated! 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 1 more doctor answer
Need a look at...: How long have these lesions been there? Have they grow in size or change in shape? If none of these, these could be just a harmless skin tag. Nonetheless, it is hard to tell what they are without a direct look. How to sort these things out correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Then you can work closely with doc for right diagnosis, care, & counseling. ...Read more
Use something else: Some people also apply black cohosh directly on the skin. This is because there was some thought that black cohosh would improve the skin’s appearance. Similarly, people used black cohosh for other skin conditions such as acne, wart removal, and even the removal of moles, but this is seldom done anymore. ...Read more
I get my wart all the way cured to where there is no remains of the wart. Then when I stop days later black seeds start to appear. What do I do.
Yes: Yes, if it was treated with liquid nitrogen. ...Read more
My friend had a wart on her nipple, it was there for a while and than it turned black and fell off. Should she worry?
I do not think so: My understanding she have nothing on the nipple know? If that true do not worry. ...Read more
May not be a wart: If this is a subsequent result of originally freezing a the suspicious lesion, it may be the effect of the initial cryotherapy and it may be the scab formed. However, not all lesions on the foot are warts, and the ones that change in color are suspicious and should be biopsied. Go to a podiatrist to have it examined. ...Read more
I got a black scar on the neck for applying garlic paste on warts. What should I do to remove the scar?
Healed or not: If it's due to healing it may clear. It however may just stay there depending on the state of the scar. If it's not a scar but rather tissue reaction it may resolve ...Read more
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
Picked off middle of wart w/ tweezers after it came back even after treatment was done. Now its black around edges and hole in middle. This normal?
Yes: Warts take up volume in the skin and when removed can leave a divot ...Read more
Not necessarily: The black spots are blood capillaries in the wart. The wart could be alive still. You may need more aggressive treatment but also warts will disappear on their own as your immune system eventually kills them. If you want rid of it now then see your doctor and maybe he/she will use liquid nitrogen to freeze it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should I re-treat (3rd time) a plantar wart, that has black spots, with Compound W Freeze Off? Child, 10 yrs.
OTC wart treatments: Yes, you can continue to treat the wart, but follow the directions carefully. If the area becomes red and swollen, go see the podiatrist. Those little black dots are the small blood vessels that "feed" the wart. The acid/freeze compound is designed to destroy the small blood vessels which will in-turn make the wart die and fall off. Warts are viruses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I did cryotherapy to remove a wart two days ago and now I have a huge blister that's almost black. Is this normal?
My nine year old son has a wart looking thing on his knee but I can not see any black dots, he peels it off but it's still there?
Common: Part of the mass and all of the warts root system extends blow the skin surface. Effective wart removal will always create a divot in the skin (wound) to get all these elements or it will regrow. If you have tried all the OTC methods and the kid is still complaining, see a doc with the proper tools to remove it for good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer