Warts is a rather common type of infection or problem that happens because of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and it impacts millions. If you are suffering from warts, you would notice eruption or growth on the skin. Usually these warts are actually quite painless and don't really need treatment. But there is a chance that they might be painful and tend to change color. In some cases they may start bleeding to which puts you at a risk of infection.
HOW IS WARTS DIAGNOSED?
Warts are easy to diagnose by a dermatologist who would do examine the skin and do a patch test if needed.
HOW IS WARTS TREATED?
Common warts usually go off on their own, though new ones develop nearby. Home treatments help clear warts in some cases. Stronger peeling medicine may be given to remove warts. Freezing therapy may be performed to remove warts. Laser treatment is also performed to remove warts
DID YOU KNOW?
Warts are caused through direct contact with HPV, which is contagious. HPV may spread by person-to-person contact or through direct contact with an object used by a person with the virus. The virus that causes warts also can spread to other places on the body of the person with warts.