Wart treatment on the feet

They are viral infections of the skin caused by the Human Papilloma Virus, which we usually get by walking without shoes through places of transit of people such as swimming pool, gym or hotels. These are lesions included in the skin that grows inwards and must be diagnosed and treated correctly to prevent infection or become a mosaic papilloma. Among the treatments we usually use are: chemical burns using nitric acid, physical burns with cryotherapy or laser, destruction by drugs (Bleomycin, Verrutop, or master formulas) sometimes accompanied by homeopathy to help the work of our immune system. Also sometimes the wart needs a more direct treatment such as its surgical removal.

The usual signs and symptoms of plantar wart are a small, grainy, rough skin lesion on the sole of the foot, usually at the base of the toes, the front of the foot, or the heel. Hard, thickened skin (callus) over a well-defined area of skin, where the wart grew inward.

Blackheads, commonly called “wart seeds”, but which are actually small clotted blood vessels. An injury that disrupts the normal lines and grooves of the skin of the foot. Pain and tenderness when walking or standing. The transmission of the virus to the immune system of each person responds differently to HPV. Not all people who come in contact with the virus get warts. Even people in the same family react differently to the virus. HPV strains that cause plantar warts are not very contagious. Therefore, the virus is not easily transmitted by direct contact from one person to another. Although it proliferates in humid and warm environments. Consequently, you can get the virus by walking barefoot around a pool or in locker rooms. If the virus spreads from the first site of infection, more warts may appear.

Calluses on feet