How to Remove Those Ugly Warts – Wart Removal Information
Believe it or not warts are very common today. Almost everyone it seems experiences them at least once in their lifetime. They are extremely contagious and can spread from one person to another through simple contact. They are painless and resemble a dark mole which isn’t the most attractive thing but they are really quite harmless. Most will disappear within a few years if not medically treated.
Though treatment is not actually necessary some people choose to get treatment just to get rid of the unsightly growth. If treated early enough it can prevent one from becoming two or three or ten and popping up on other parts of your body. There are several treatments available today and most involve the chemical or physical destruction of the growth. Many doctor’s offices offer several types of treatment. One treatment is called Keratolysis which is removal of the dead skin cells by using blistering agents, salicylic acid, formaldehyde, or immune system modifiers.
There are also over the counter wart removers that when applied everyday for several weeks will slowly shrink it until 除甲醛收費 it’s gone. However, never use over the counter or any other treatment on your face or genital area without first consulting a professional. Another over the counter remedy softens the wart so it can be filed away when wet. It is totally up to you to decide which method you choose to use.
There was a small study conducted to prove that placing a piece of duct tape on the wart may help make it disappear. The study group would wear the duct tape for six days straight, removing it to shower or bathe, scraping the wart down with a file while still wet and then reapplying the tape. In less than two months the warts were gone. The people who participated in the study obtained the same results as people who chose to have their warts frozen off by their doctor. The duct tape method may be worth a try if you want to get rid of a simple wart. However, if there is pain associated with the wart the duct tape method is probably not for you. Pain associated with warts can be a sign of infection or any number of things so contacting a doctor is the right decision in these cases.
In actuality warts are benign tumors of the epidermis which is caused by a virus (not from touching a frog!) making them very common to get. There really is nothing serious to worry about with the majority of them. They are simply from a viral infection, they are harmless, and will disappear on their own in a few years. Just remember this, though they may be harmless they are still contagious and if you do get one it can be transmitted by person to person contact. Having it removed by a doctor, by an over the counter method, or even the duct tape method can assure that the wart will not spread to other parts of your body or to parts of anyone else’s bodies.