How to Get Rid of Warts

November 2, 2009 by admin 

Genital Warts can be chemically burned or frozen with liquid nitrogen or cryosurgery. Although these techniques for freezing the infection are effective, they can cause a temporarily annoying blistering of tissue. Some cases of genital wart infection are treated by applying caustic chemicals to the infected area.Over the counter genital wart treatments containing salicylic acid are applied directly to the affected area of the Genital Warts. Consumers are then instructed to hydrate the skin in order to enhance the effects by applying warm water for five minutes prior to use. Remove any loose tissue on or around the Genital Warts and dry thoroughly. When the area is dry apply the salicylic solution. Most people who use salicyclic solutions report that the genital warts show improvement within one to two weeks. If redness, a burning sensation or irritation occurs, you should stop using the salicyclic treatments and consult your physician immediately.Usually the vinegar test when used is then combined with a standard Pap Test and the two are administered at the same time and the results compared. So, if the vinegar test yields an abnormal result, the person undergoes colposcopy (which as stated above, uses a high-powered magnification device to examination) to confirm the results.The treatment given for genital warts is invariably designed to reduce the spread of the warts in the infected person and to possible partners. The most arduous aspect of the process needs to be stressed because the warts have a tendency to reappear. Warts which are invisible but detected by a Pap test are usually only treated if the woman has multiple partners.Another method for male genital warts treatment is Electrodessication. This method burns off the genital warts, with the use of electric current. It is done in an office, usually with local anesthesia. This surgery works best when genital warts are small in number and size.Plantar warts normally start off with layers of skin at the bottom of your foot, building up in circles. They can be recognized by tiny black or brown dots, just under the surface of the skin. These warts can be found by themselves or in groups or clusters which can cover the whole sole of the foot. They can become quite painful, due to the pressure created from walking or running. A fast, effective wart remedy is therefore important.Warts are the benign overgrowth of skin cells caused by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus or HPV. This is a very common and very contagious virus. Once the person is infected, the virus chooses a moist, war place where the skin is thick and causes warts to appear. It may appear in the face, neck, knuckles, foot soles, and even the genital areas but the most common place for warts to appear is the fingers or the hand.Basically, most genital warts treatment would focus in the idea of getting rid of visible warts although despite the fact that the visible warts are eradicated, the virus would still flourish thus posing possible attacks on the future. Furthermore, treatments may or may not lessen the risk of passing the infection to someone else.Genital warts can be chemically burned or frozen with liquid nitrogen or cryosurgery. Although these techniques for freezing the infection are effective, they can cause a temporarily annoying blistering of tissue. Some cases of genital wart infection are treated by applying caustic chemicals to the infected area.Over the counter genital wart treatments containing salicylic acid are applied directly to the affected area of the genital warts. Consumers are then instructed to hydrate the skin in order to enhance the effects by applying warm water for five minutes prior to use. Remove any loose tissue on or around the genital warts and dry thoroughly. When the area is dry apply the salicylic solution. Most people who use salicyclic solutions report that the genital warts show improvement within one to two weeks. If redness, a burning sensation or irritation occurs, you should stop using the salicyclic treatments and consult your physician immediately.Usually the vinegar test when used is then combined with a standard Pap Test and the two are administered at the same time and the results compared. So, if the vinegar test yields an abnormal result, the person undergoes colposcopy (which as stated above, uses a high-powered magnification device to examination) to confirm the results.The treatment given for genital warts is invariably designed to reduce the spread of the warts in the infected person and to possible partners. The most arduous aspect of the process needs to be stressed because the warts have a tendency to reappear. Warts which are invisible but detected by a Pap test are usually only treated if the woman has multiple partners.Another method for male genital warts treatment is Electrodessication. This method burns off the genital warts, with the use of electric current. It is done in an office, usually with local anesthesia. This surgery works best when genital warts are small in number and size.Plantar warts normally start off with layers of skin at the bottom of your foot, building up in circles. They can be recognized by tiny black or brown dots, just under the surface of the skin. These warts can be found by themselves or in groups or clusters which can cover the whole sole of the foot. They can become quite painful, due to the pressure created from walking or running. A fast, effective wart remedy is therefore important.Warts are the benign overgrowth of skin cells caused by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus or HPV. This is a very common and very contagious virus. Once the person is infected, the virus chooses a moist, war place where the skin is thick and causes warts to appear. It may appear in the face, neck, knuckles, foot soles, and even the genital areas but the most common place for warts to appear is the fingers or the hand.Basically, most genital warts treatment would focus in the idea of getting rid of visible warts although despite the fact that the visible warts are eradicated, the virus would still flourish thus posing possible attacks on the future. Furthermore, treatments may or may not lessen the risk of passing the infection to someone else.

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