The Use Of Drugs To Remove Warts Can Be Done Independently?
what medicine is suitable for dealing with warts? on my thighs I grow warts and I have given medicine for callusol but it doesn’t decrease but it just widens. Please enlighten me, thank you
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Warts are benign tumors that grow on the surface of the skin caused by infection with the HUman papilloma virus. The entry of this viral infection can be caused by contaminated wounds, prolonged skin-to-skin contact with patients who have warts, or because of the continuous use of personal items from wart patients.
Therefore, maintaining personal hygiene and getting used to washing hands and cleaning the body after activating will help prevent transmission of these warts.
If a patient has a wart complaint on his skin, it is necessary to do a direct examination with a family doctor or dermatologist to ascertain it and plan the treatment needed. Handling can be done medically with a small surgical procedure, wart freezing therapy, or surgery with a laser.
In connection with your question, the presence of warts treated with keratolytic drugs (drugs that increase the peeling of the skin layer as you use) often causes failure in the treatment of warts. In addition, medically, doctors usually recommend surgery to remove warts from the patient's skin. Therefore, in general there is no special drug that is applied which can remove warts.
For better care and treatment, discuss with your doctor as described above, then the doctor can plan the treatment that is right for you.
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