A small fleshy bump on the skin or mucus membrane is called a wart.

What causes warts?

It is caused by human papillomavirus. The virus triggers extra cell growth, which makes the outer layer of the skin thick and hard than spot. While they can grow anywhere on the skin, hands, and feet are the most common sites.

Warts can be spread from one location on the body to another or from person to person by contact with the wart.

Who Gets Wart?

Because each person’s immune system responds differently to the virus, not everyone who comes in contact with HPV will get a wart. And if you cut or damage your skin in some way, it’s easier for the virus to take hold. That’s why people with chronic skin conditions, such as eczema, or who bite their nails or pick at hangnails are prone to getting warts.

Kids and teens get more warts than adults because their immune systems haven’t built up defenses against the many types of HPV. People with weakened immune systems — like those with HIV or who are taking biological drugs for conditions like RA, psoriasis, and IBD — are also more susceptible to getting warts because their bodies may not be able to fight them off.

Homeopathic Approach :

Homeopathy has excellent results with warts. With homeopathy, we can avoid harmful surgeries usually suggested and their reoccurrence as well.

Homeopathy not only removes the wart from its root but also avoids recurrence without harming the skin. Such infection settles very nicely by taking proper hygienic measures and homeopathic medicines.

Homoeopathic Medication :
  • Thuja : Thuja Occidentalis is an excellent medicine for warts. Warts that are seedy, large, or pedunculated. It is helpful for treating warts arising on any body part. Skin dryness may also be there with warts. Thuja is also indicated when along with warts, skin is also sensitive to touch.  warts on the anogenital area.
  • Causticum : Causticum is a very useful homeopathy remedy for warts and skin tags. It works very well in cases of warts that are large and jagged. Causticum is majorly useful for warts arising on the face, lips, nose, and eyelids. It also works wonders in treating warts on the tips of the finger. Causticum is also helpful for treating pedunculated warts.
  • Nitric acid : Nitric Acid is an excellent medicine for warts that bleed easily. Bleeding from warts may arise from touching or washing. Nitric Acid is also indicated for warts that are sensitive to touch. It also helps to treat warts that are attended with itching.
  • Dulcamara : Dulcamara is wonderful medicine for warts on the face that are large, flat, or smooth in nature.
* Note – Above medicines are for knowledge purpose only. Take the medication only after doctor’s consultation. Do not self medicate

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