Plantar warts, as their name suggests, are localized on the plantar surface. Such warts consist of filiform papillae, which are surrounded by a roll of horny layers, they are very similar to callus. They arise with the papilloma virus, with excessive sweating of the legs, from reduced immunity, some types of flat feet and from constant squeezing with tight shoes.
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Hydrogen peroxide, salicylic ointment, garlic, dandelion juice and celandine
The first symptoms of plantar warts are growths on the soles of the feet, when walking they cause severe pain and itching, any shoes become uncomfortable. At its core, this type of warts is considered a benign tumor, with proper treatment, they disappear forever, but before treatment, it is necessary to conduct a histological examination.
Plantar warts are often superficial, small, and can be tried to be removed with hydrogen peroxide or salicylic acid, and fluorouracil ointment. In severe cases, it is necessary to consult a dermatologist.
The procedure for getting rid of plantar warts is gradual and in some cases quite painful and unpleasant. First, the top layer of the wart is removed, at the second stage its contents are scraped out with a special surgical spoon. In addition to scraping, electrocoagulation, laser, radio waves and liquid nitrogen are also used.
There are many folk remedies available to treat plantar warts effectively. Dissolve a spoonful of salt and a few drops of tea tree in a bowl of warm water. Take a foot bath with this solution at night for half an hour. The duration of the treatment is ten days. Lubricate the plantar warts several times a day with dandelion or celandine juice. Apply a baked onion or half of new potatoes to the affected areas before bedtime. The course of treatment is two weeks. Apply a crushed clove of garlic to your warts a couple of times a day for about a week.