Almost everyone has had a problem in their lifetime with the prevention and treatment of common warts, which is actually a viral infection.
Dr. Ildikó Vincze, az Oxygen Medical according to your dermatologist, it is worth entrusting the treatment to a specialist, as it is not always easy to choose the right solution.
Viral infection with unpredictable course
Warts are caused by a virus, so they are transmitted to the skin through infection. They are often confused with moles and other protruding soft peduncles, which is why you should seek the help of a dermatologist for removal. In contrast to other infections, warts can persist for a few weeks or even years.
The appearance of warts depends on the condition of the skin, the type of virus and the location of the infection. Their appearance is quite certainly associated with a weakened immune system, so they develop more often after illness. However, the reverse is not true: the appearance of a wart does not indicate an immune disorder.
The virus penetrates the epithelial cell through tiny lesions, and if you experience reduced resistance due to the current weakness of the immune system, by infecting the epithelial cells, causing them to proliferate, it initiates wart formation. Some other factors can also contribute to the development, such as skin injuries, skin wetting, increased sweating, and foot deformities.
Anyone who has ever dealt with warts knows that it is not so easy to get rid of it.
Yes you can get rid of the wart!
Diverse forms, different treatment
The most common type is verruca vulgaris (common wart) mainly on the palms, soles, fingers, it occurs less frequently on children’s knees and elbows, but can appear on any part of the body. Calling on the sole, called “Inward-growing wart” it may even cause inability to walk due to its pain.
It is called a typical wart round or hemispherical, pale yellow or rough surface due to dirty gray, rough, dotted surface nodule. It does not itch, does not cause inflammation, it only hurts if it is injured, such as cracking. It is especially common in children that warts develop under the nail due to finger sucking or chewing nails, which can also cause mild pain.
Thin, pedunculate warts may form on the face, neck, chin and eyelids. Coffee-brown, soft-brown outgrowths around the genitals should be taken seriously, as they may even increase the risk of developing cervical cancer. In addition to contraception, the use of a condom is therefore of paramount importance. Warts can therefore appear throughout the body, causing aesthetic and health problems and possibly pain.
The removal can take place freezing, surgical removal, destruction with an electric or laser knife, and the topical application of wart control agents – describes dr. Ildikó Vincze, dermatologist at Oxygen Medical. Choosing the right method can always be done after assessing the individual problem.
- After bath wipe the skin dry, especially the toes.
- Take it every day clean cotton sockswhich absorbs sweat. This is because viruses get into the soaked skin more easily.
- Do not use shared towels, even in wet rooms, everyone should have their own slippers.
- Wear well-ventilated footwear and sports shoes.
- The shoes disinfect regularly.
- – If the wart has already formed, don’t poke it!
Source: Napidoktor by napidoktor.hu.
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