Causes Many Small Warts To Grow On The Neck And Face During Pregnancy?
Hello, I want to ask … What if my condition is getting pregnant now, I want to treat the warts on my neck and face. It feels very uncomfortable what else is necked .. itching is extraordinary, especially pregnant women often get hot and sweat comes out a lot. Can I do it? Or wait for the delivery first before I can deal with this pregnancy case …
Hello Ny.Akalily Norma Lina thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Warts on the face and neck are indeed very annoying, especially during pregnancy where sweat production increases with increasing gestational age due to higher metabolic factors. Basically the abnormal warts are caused by the HPV virus, which is usually transmitted through direct contact from the skin to the skin of sufferers, especially the condition of you who are pregnant which has a body's defense system that is vulnerable to being infected with disease from the outside.
Because you are pregnant, the use of drugs is certainly very important, so as to avoid side effects that can interfere with pregnancy and fetal growth. However, if you still want to do treatment for your warts then you can try using natural ingredients that you can get around you, such as:
Apple cider vinegar: Acetic acid found in apple cider vinegar has antiviral properties, so it can eradicate the virus that causes warts. The trick is to mix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar into a half glass of star fruit water then dip a cotton swab and paste it on the wart and cover using a bandage and leave it overnight, the dose is indeed reduced to prevent the mild side effects that can be caused by apple vinegar.
pineapple juice: acidic substances and solvent enzymes in pineapple can help destroy skin tissue on the face.
lemon juice: the same as apple vinegar, in lemon water contains citric acid which can kill viruses on warts, and the method is simpler by applying lemon water on the site of the warts, and done at least three times a day.
garlic: the allicin substance in garlic can also kill the HPV virus, but its use must be very careful because this substance is also very easy to irritate the skin.
The use of natural ingredients above does not produce instant results, but slowly and takes time. And of course in its use you really need to be careful because not everyone is suitable to use this natural way of handling warts, especially in someone with sensitive skin including pregnant women. However, if you are not sure, you can consult a dermatologist who will certainly give you therapy using drugs but still adjusted to your condition.