Warts – what if they start to grow bigger

Warts are tumors or growths that occur on the skin after the keratin component grows too fast. This is usually brought about by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus, otherwise commonly known as HPV. They are very contagious and can easily be passed from one person to another via skin to skin contact.
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Warts – will the sun make them worse?

Warts are tumors or growths that occur when the keratin component of the skin grows too fast. This is a phenomenon that is brought about a virus called Human Papilloma Virus, otherwise commonly known as HPV. They are contagious and can easily be passed from one individual to another.
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Plantar Warts- symptoms, causes and treatment

Plantar warts are viral infected skin growths on the feet of people. These warts are mainly noncancerous. Plantar warts are created by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). These viruses can enter to the body through small cuts and breaks in the skin. Plantar warts often create beneath pressure points in the feet, such as balls or heels of the feet.
Plantar warts causes
Some people are more at risk to warts than others. Exposing of feet to unsanitary surfaces can cause plantar warts. Plantar warts can occur on the mucous membrane or the skin. Plantar warts may bleed if they injured. People are more tend to grow a plantar wart where they have broken skin, such as scrape, a cut hangnail, or closely bitten nail. Plantar warts are frequent to swimmers whose feet are broken and scratched by uneven pool surfaces. Plantar warts are often found among those who handle chicken, fish, and meat.
Plantar warts symptoms
There are some major symptoms of plantar warts.

  • Foot pain- senses like a bump under the feet.
  • Back or leg pain- possibly causes poor stance.
  • Firm, warty lesions with tiny isolated dark spots inside the affected area.

Treatment and diagnosis
To identify a plantar wart, the dermatologist will examine the foot of patient and look symptoms and signs of warts. Although plantar warts may ultimately clear up by themselves, most patients want faster relief. The main reason behind the treatment is to fully remove the warts. The dermatologists may use oral or topical treatment, cryotherapy, laser therapy, surgery, or freezing technique to remove warts.  The real goal of warts treatment is to remove or destroy the warts without producing scar tissues, which is more painful than the warts. The treatments of warts mainly depend on its type, location and symptoms.
Although plantar warts may ultimately disappear by themselves, one should seek treatment if the warts are painful. Dermatologist will carefully treat the warts and apply chemical solutions for dressing the warts. Self care is most needed for the treatment of plantar warts. Salicylic acid patches are applied on the affected area on a daily basis. Regular uses of pumice stone as well as good foot hygiene are often needed for plantar wart treatment. It will take few weeks to disappear the warts completely.

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

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Genital warts in Women

Moist and dump regions have been known act as a fertile ground for fungal and viral germs and warts. One of the most common infections women face is genital warts. Medical journal have also documented that the most common STI (Sexually Transition Infection) among sexually active women is genital warts. Such kinds of viral infection do not appear to have any visible symptoms, but at time may be associated with uncontrollable itching and burning sensations. They may result in irritation in centralized locations depending on the genital infection region. Women folk who have genital warts inside the vaginal track may spot blood stains immediately following sexual intercourse or an abnormal vaginal discharge with a pungent smell. Such kind of skin ailments manifests itself in form of pink rashes or coarse looking inflammations.
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Skin Warts

We all strive to look our best and accentuate our best attributes, warts are something most people would be without. The also world perceives the wellness of an individual based on the state of this or her skin. A damaged skin is equated to poor hygiene and sickness. Skin warts are caused by a viral infection of the of the papilloma family that results in irritation of the top most epidermal section of the skin. These skin ailments can a times be painful but a big majority are not. Skin warts are not a medical hazard but may put a dent on your reputation and social outlook. Such inflammations may cause uncontrollable itching which can be irritating.
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Common warts

Warts manifest themselves in various ways ranging from abnormal pigmentation and discoloration on the genital area or the face. The common of all warts occur on the tips and edges of the fingers and feet. Unlike other skin ailments, warts are virtually harmful and clear up with time. However, other forms of warts may proof to be persistent and spread haphazardly. In such a scenario medical attention is highly encouraged to keep the menace in check. On a broader perspective, dogs and other home companions of the feline family are also prone to attacks by warts.
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Causes of warts

The first opinions that people make about others is by and large influenced by the general appearance of the skin, visible warts can often reflect negatively in these opinions. When warts appear on the face or any visible regions of the skin surface, our confidence and general approach to life and social relations is compromised. Warts are viral infections that facilitate abnormal growth of skin cell on the top most part of the skin surface.
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Will my children get warts?

Warts are tumors or growths that occur on the skin when the keratin component of it grows too fast. This is caused by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus, otherwise commonly known as HPV. They are also very contagious and hence can be easily transferred from one individual to another through skin to skin contact.
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Can warts turn cancerous?

Warts are a tumor-like growth that often occur on the skin especially around the feet and hands, although they also appear on other parts of the body. They are caused by viruses, specifically the Human Hapilloma virus 2 and 7. They are also contagious, and hence one can transmit them to another individual.
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At what age do warts start?

Warts are tumors or growths that occur on the skin due to the keratin component of it growing too fast. This is something that is brought about by the Human Papilloma virus that is contained in them.  They are highly contagious and hence can easily be passed from one individual to another via skin to skin contact.
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