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4 Types of Warts and Their Treatment at Dr Batra's®
4 Types of Warts and Their Treatment at Dr Batra's®

4 Types of Warts and Their Treatment at Dr Batra's®

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 Dr Batra’s™  March 12, 2022

A wart can make you feel embarrassed and self-conscious, especially if it's on your hand, which is a difficult spot to conceal; you simply want it to vanish as quickly as possible. But you are uncertain how to deal with these annoyances on your skin? You're not alone! The good news is that warts are easy to remove.

Learn how to treat a wart, and ways to prevent the spread of new warts. Before, that let us understand what are warts?  And what are the different types of warts?

What are warts?

Warts, also known as verruca vulgaris, are small, painless skin growths that are harmless (non-cancerous). The Human Papilloma Virus causes them (HPV). Although warts are a harmless skin ailment, they can have a detrimental psychological impact on sufferers, leading to decreased self-esteem and confidence.

4 Types of Warts and Their Treatment at Dr Batra's®

What are the different types of warts?

There are several types of warts, depending on factors such as the HPV that causes them and where they have grown on the body. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Common Wart: These are the most common kind of warts, as the names imply. They might be as small as a pinhead or as big as a pea. Warts on the hands and feet, especially in the area around the nails, are common. Common warts are frequently accompanied by small black dot-like formations, which are blood clots.
  1. Plantar Warts: These warts grow on the soles of the feet. Plantar warts grow into your skin rather than out of it, unlike other warts. If you discover a little hole at the bottom of your foot surrounded by firm skin, you probably have a plantar wart.
  1. Genital Warts: These warts form around your genital area, as the name implies. They are usually transmitted through unprotected intercourse. Warts on the genital area can grow singly or in clusters. These warts can be very uncomfortable.
  1. Filiform Warts: Filiform warts aren't painful, but they might irritate you since they grow around your mouth and nose, which are sensitive areas of your face. They also grow far more quickly than other types of warts.

Also Read: Different types of warts and their treatment in homeopathic medicine

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Homeopathy warts treatment

There are various conventional treatments for wart removal. The most commonly used topical cream is salicylic acid. Cryosurgery, which involves freezing warts with liquid nitrogen, surgical curettage, keratolysis, and laser are some more wart treatments. These procedures usually only provide temporary relief, and there is a chance of relapse in addition to the risk of surgical complications.

Homeopathy treatment for warts is one of the most effective treatment options. This is because, unlike other systems of treatment, homeopathy seeks to eliminate the 'root' cause of warts rather than suppressing symptoms.

Skin warts can be treated well using homeopathy. Homeopathic treatment for warts is beneficial when there is discomfort, itching, or bleeding. It also aids in the progressive reduction and removal of warts.

The Winchester Hospital conducted a double-blind, placebo-controlled experiment. Over six weeks, 174 people were given homeopathic treatment for warts. This study indicated that homeopathic treatments are safe to use and had a beneficial outcome.

Why Dr Batra’s ®

At Dr Batra’s® UAE, we offer tailored and holistic warts skin treatment to our patients. Our experienced homeopathic doctors spend time with each patient to learn about the apparent signs and symptoms, medical history, lifestyle, and other stressors. To further evaluate the situation, they next inspect 10 mm deep beneath your skin with Dr Batra's® 3D imaging technology. It assists our doctors in prescribing a long-term and effective treatment.

Tips for Preventing Warts

Here are some simple ways to keep warts from spreading to other places of your body:

  • Don't share personal goods with someone who has active warts, such as towels.
  • Keep your hands and feet dry at all times.
  • Don't pick or scratch your warts.
  • When sharing a bathing facility, wear shower shoes or flip-flops.

Self-help tips

Some of the tips to manage warts are mentioned below:

  • Pineapple: It contains bromelain, a group of enzymes that break down proteins and aid in the treatment of warts.
  • Potato: Potato juice dehydrates and kills skin warts. It is a natural remedy that is beneficial in the treatment of warts.
  • Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera gel soothes skin itching and burning. It can repair HPV infections as well as minimize the symptoms of warts.


Also Read: How to tell if it’s a wart?

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