Treatment for warts
The appearance of warts is caused by the presence of a virus in the organism. These are manifested in the form of tiny lumps or bumps highly contagious that must be addressed quickly to avoid triggering others to appear. In reality, warts should always be treated: some go away, it is true, but waiting is a risk.
You should see a doctor as some may stay indefinitely with the aggravation of this constant exposure to infections in other areas: ie, to other people but also the spread of other body parts .
There is no single pattern displayed, so that cures or treatments are according to the wart and the way in which they arise. Not all recommendations are equally effective for all people, as in many areas of medicine. Thus, removing a wart can be a matter of hours or months …
Among the suggested treatments, the following proved to be effective in some cases to remove warts:
Do not cut warts under any circumstances, this increases exposure to contagion and infection.
A very homely and in some cases with very good results is to put a tape over the wart, leaving at least a week and then removed. This should be repeated more than once until the wart falls. It goes without saying that the tape used should be hypoallergenic.
You can apply an ointment made at home with baking soda and castor oil. Place twice a day in the area and covered with gauze. Other prepared to apply is made by mixing water with a crushed vitamin C tablet (only on the wart, avoid touching other areas). Also using lemon juice to remove warts.
In cases where the warts persist, you must consult a doctor because there are different types of drug treatments and skin in these cases when they occur repeatedly or associated with any other symptoms or symptomatic manifestations.
Other high frequency of warts are genital warts that often result from a viral skin disease or in other cases (which is even more complicated) of sexually transmitted diseases. Appear as soft lumps in the genital areas (penis, vagina, cervix, vulva, urethra, and around the anus). It is often necessary to remove warts anatomic pathological analysis as biopsies.
A major cause is due to human papillomavirus. There are about 70 different types. Infection with this virus is more common than believed, the problem is that most people have no symptoms. However should be treated. That is why consultations with gynecologists and urologists should be performed at least once a year. This type of warts can be removed only by doctors.
Yes there are some general recommendations as a preventive measure:
avoid excessive consumption of alcohol and snuff
avoid sex with more than a casual
stress and the presence of other viruses (such as herpes or HIV) increase the possibility of the appearance of genital warts
use condoms in all sexual relations.