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    Default Some Facts and Treatments Of Warts

    Wart is like a rough growth texture on the body. It appears like a solid blister and small cauliflower. It is caused by HPV. The type of wart depends upon the location of warts and thickness of the skin. The appearance of warts in young age is 3 in 1 whereas it is just 3 to 5% in adults.

    Facts about warts:-
    1. There are flat warts, pigmented warts and plantar warts.
    2. Warts with black dots can lead to bleeding.
    3. Warts will disappear within 1 to 5 years. Whereas warts that are large, numerous and sensitive can be treated.
    4. You should cover your warts while bathing or swimming.

    If warts cause pain, bleeds easily, changes appearance and spreading to the other parts of the other parts of the body then you must consult a doctor. Warts removal in Punjab is mostly done with the help of home remedies. Home remedies include rubbing a dusty, dry toad on them. There are some other remedies also hypnosis, garlic and duct tape. If the wart doesn’t remove with home remedies, there are also some other treatments such as salicylic acid, duct tape, cryotherapy, surgery, laser treatment, electrocautery, photodynamic therapy, chemical treatments, topical creams, cantharidin, and antigen shots.

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