Warts are small growths that can be described as small, rough and hard and their color normally resembles the rest of the color of the skin. They are normally painless, except when they occur at the bottom of the feet where you compress them when you step or walk. They occur mostly on hands and feet but can also affect or attack genital parts making people really feel shy to expose themselves to their sexual partners. Warts are not cancerous so they will only affect your topical part of the skin but not inside the dermis and blood.
Types of warts
- Common warts
- Plantar Warts
- Flat warts
- Filiform Warts
- Periungual warts
- Genital warts
Causes and Risk Factors Warts
The most common cause of warts is called Human papilloma virus which is comprised of 7 types of variations. It is normally abbreviated as HPV. Reduction in immunity is the common risk factor because your body is not capable of perfectly defending itself. If you involve yourself in sexual intercourse and the person has genital warts, you will contract the condition and you will need to undergo treatment.
Diagnosis is mainly done through observation because warts will be clearly visible on your skin. They have knoblike extensions so you can easily spot them upon a physical assessment. There is no pain in most of them which is why some doctors have been using mechanical methods to scrape off warts from the person’s body. You, therefore, need an examination to be done by a professional.
Homeopathic treatment for warts
All these types are known to be cured using the homeopathic medications so if you have it, the doctor can prescribe the medication and you will be perfectly healed.
Homeopathy is truly functioning when it comes to management approaches of warts. There are various homeopathic medicines are prescribed for warts.
The homeopathic doctor can combine both medicinal and natural products to make sure you receive excellent outcomes. Persistence in treatment is what yields satisfactory healing and even prevents relapse of the disease. It is important to make sure you start treatment early to avoid further infection.