How do I treat warts?

WART TREATMENTS. Depends on how long you have had them. Also depends on where the warts are. Also how many warts? For fingers, toes? Genitals? For fingers and toes, for instance, many over-the-counter wart medications like compound w, wart-off, wartaway sometimes work. Dermatologists often freeze off warts. Warts on the soles are very difficult to get rid of. See a dermatologists if they are stubborn.
See a doctor. There are many wart treatments, from over the counter topical treatments, to surgical removal, freezing of the warts. Medication to dry out the area of wart.

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How do I treat warts on my palm?

Over the counter. Treatments, likely to be available from your pharmacy/drug store, usually work. See this site for more information on palmer warts. http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/plantar-warts-palmer-warts. Read more...

How do I treat a wart on bottom of foot?

Careful persistence. Treatment for a plantar wart involves the persistent use of an anti-wart medication (rx or over the counter) carefully applied only to the wart. This should be done daily until the wart has resolved, but see your doctor if this does not resolve or if it worsens. Read more...
Wart treatment. Salicylic acid is a keratolytic medication, which means it dissolves the protein (keratin), which makes up most of both the wart and the thick layer of dead skin that often tops it. This medication is over the counter. The doctor can use: laser, aldara, (imiquimod) minor surgery, immunotherapy, cantharidin, or cryotherapy. Read more...

How do I treat a wart on my foot at home?

Topical OTC wart med. Warts or verruca are very common skin lesions that are typically seen on the feet and hands since they are the primary contact areas with our environment. You may consider a topical OTC wart preparation that can be purchased at your pharmacy. Apply the medication as directed on the bottle. If the wart does not resolve with in one week, then seek professional care. Read more...