Demystifying Warts

Medical practitioners define Warts as viral infection that attacks the epidermal section of the skin. What makes Warts a menace to society is the rapid and swift mode by which it is transmitted from an infected individual to another. Every part of the skin surface is prone to attacks from this virus. Warts normally mask itself as a skin inflammation whose symptoms mirror those of Acne. If you are in contact with an individual with these open sore then the odds are likely that you too will develop then gradually. Moreover, sharing of common resource such as utensils or bathing paraphernalia with an infected person also tips the scale in transmission of warts.

Warts come in different degrees of variance. There are those that attack the skin, as previously mentioned, that normally appear on finger tips or cover the whole hand. Finger warts impair a person’s ability to handle and manipulate objects such as operating heavy machinery. Infants are most likely to be affected with warts on the face. Other body parts that are susceptible to this viral infection are the legs. Medical statistics have shown that women stand a higher chance of developing warts on the abdominal region of their bodies together with the legs. Warts that appear on the feet normally hide beneath the sole are known to also impair an individual’s ability to move around. Warts that attack the genitals are transmitted through coitus with an infected individual. This, according to medical experts, is a common type of sexually transmitted Infection (STI) among sexually active individuals with multiple partners and poor bodily hygiene.
What baffles doctors and other medical experts is the nature by which warts appear and eventually disappear on their own. A full wart bout may take days to manifest but ironically, it may take them a week, a month or ever a year at disappear on their own. It is highly recommended that on the first sight of warts an individual should seek medical help. Delaying treatment means giving warts a fertile ground to spread to other body parts. On my opinion the best way to treat wars is the application of Acids of Salicylic on a regular basis or as per the doctor recommendation. Other conventional methods that are suggested include using Nitrogen in liquid form to freeze them this does more harm than good. In a nutshell, next time you spot warts, seek medical help.

wartsFurther Reading: Removing Warts –  Are Warts Dangerous? –  Can warts turn cancerous?

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