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Wart Removal

Warts are small bumps that develop on the skin. They look like the buds of cauliflower.

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Warts are also called verrucas. There are 10 different types of verrucas. Some forms of verrucas are completely harmless. They can occur in both men and women.

Like most skin disorders, verrucas are not life-threatening. Some forms of verruca do not require treatment and might disappear on their own. However, it might take two or three years to disappear, if left untreated.

The length of time it takes for the verrucas to disappear without treatment varies from one individual to another. Generally, it depends on the strength of your immune system.

At any given time, the strength of your immune system depends on several factors.

When you fall sick, the strength of your immune system diminishes because your body is using up most of its resources to fight the disease.

Types of Warts

The top 5 most common types of verrucas include: verruca vulgaris, verruca plana, filiform verruca, condyloma acuminatum and verruca plantaris.

Every year, about 10million people worldwide suffer from verrucas. 90% of these cases have to do with the top 5 types.

Verruca vulgaris can be easily identified by its rough surface. It is raised like a skin tag. It commonly appears on the hands and fingers.

Verruca plana is also called flat wart. The symptoms of verruca plana include smoothened, flattened bumps that have the same hue as your skin. Typically, they appear on your face, neck, hands, wrists and knees.

Filiform or digitate verruca appears as a thread-like bump. It typically occurs around the eyelids.

Verruca plantaris or plantar wart is a large and hard lump. The lump is sometimes painful with several black specks in the center. In most cases, the lump develops in the pressure points of the soles.

If you have verruca on your foot, it is a probably plantar wart.

Condyloma acuminatum or verruca acuminata or venereal verruca or genital wart occurs in the genitalia.

People always assume that genital verruca only occurs on the cervix, vulva, vagina, penis, scrotum and anus. Genital verruca also occurs on the mouth, lips, throat and tongue.

It is caused by the HPV (human papilloma virus) type 6 and 11. Cervical, vaginal and oropharyngeal cancer are caused by HPV type 31, 33, 35, 45, 52, 58 and 59.

Genital verruca is transmitted by skin-to-skin contact. You can contract it in any given sexual encounter.

The symptoms do not develop immediately after sex. The symptoms might only appear anywhere from the sixth week to the sixth month.

Basically, you can go about thinking that you are in great shape, when you aren’t.

Worse yet, once you have genital verruca, you become more vulnerable to other STDs. Firstly, genital verruca weakens your immune system thus making you more vulnerable to other diseases.

Secondly, genital verruca itches. The itching will probably cause you to scratch it. Repeated scratching will probably lead to tiny open sores, usually with some bleeding.

At this state, you can easily transmit the human papilloma virus to your partner during intercourse or you could contract it from your partner. The transmission can even occur during sex play without penetration.

Treatment of Warts

Prevention is always better than cure. The HPV vaccine, Gardasil can prevent cervical cancer and even genital wart.

You should definitely get yourself vaccinated. Everybody should be vaccinated. Vaccines are one of the greatest achievements in medical science.

However, vaccines do not prevent all forms of verruca.

In theory, you can avoid an infection by never coming into contact with an infected person. In practice, this is quite impossible to achieve because you cannot always tell, if another person is infected or not.

Secondly, you must not come into physical contact with another person in order to develop it. You can develop verruca by touching an object that an infected person had just touched.

There are basically two treatment methods for verruca: topical creams and surgical techniques.

Laser surgery is the best treatment technique. It involves the use of pulse dye laser or carbon dioxide laser.

Pulse dye lasers work by selectively absorbing haemoglobin from affected cells. Carbon dioxide lasers work by destroying affected tissues through pulverization.

Pulse dye laser surgery is preferable because it is less likely to leave scars after treatment.

The major drawback of laser surgery is the huge costs involved. Furthermore, you need to show up for multiple sessions at the surgeon’s office.

Wartrol has neither disadvantage. Wartrol is the ultimate remedy for warts.

Wartrol is made from natural ingredients and salicylic acid. Salicylic acid will quickly destroy the human papilloma viruses responsible for the protuberances.

Dermatologists highly recommend the wartrol formula because of its effectiveness and high safety standards. Order the clinically acclaimed wartrol formula now and remove your warts.

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