Warts are tumors but they are not cancerous since they do not do internal damage. But warts do spread across our skin. When there is direct contact most especially to wounds, warts are easily transferred. With low immune system, warts are easily transferrable. Plus, when you do get warts, it is easier for it to grow and spread. Warts may sometimes disappear on its own through the help of our body fighting it off. Some of them, however, are quite stubborn and need treatments to get rid off.
Over the counter medicines such as aspirin which contains salicylic acid that peels our skin. Some unconventional way may even involve the use of tapes etc. But, it is still better to consult your doctor to ask about the different treatments you can have to get rid off them once and for all.
- Cryotherapy- with the use of liquid nitrogen, the doctor freezes your warts
- Chemicals – uses acids to get rid of warts
- Medicines – some are creams that are put on the warts
- Alternative medicine – lemon, aloe, milkweed, banana
Where can you find more information?
Contact Faith Medical Group or drop by at our clinics!