Seed Wart

seed wartA seed wart is a type of wart that grows on hands and on feet. Similar to other common warts, a seed wart looks like a small dot and this is why it is often mistaken for corns or calluses.

The black dots appearance is due to the blood vessels that have grown inside and around the wart. When they are classified as palmer warts they usually develop on fingers, around the nails, on the back of the hand or on the palm. In the case of plantar warts, they may grow on or under the foot.

How do you get seed warts?

Warts are very contagious and their transmission can happen through direct and indirect contact. Since seed warts are either warts on hand or planter warts, shacking the hand of an infected person or walking bare foot on an previously infected floor are both very easy way to get infected. As all types of warts, a seed wart is also caused by the human papillomavirus, a very contagious virus that survives where there is heat and moisture. This is the reason why changing rooms, public showers or swimming pools are the easiest place for it to be transmitted.

Children and people with a weak immune system are the easiest target for this infection. You should also know if you get infected, that when a seed wart develop on your hand, it is possible to spread it on other parts of the body just touching them. So, even if sometimes seed warts can go away without any cure, by the time they are disappear you have probably already infected many other areas.

Treatments for seed wart

The first thing to do in case you develop a seed wart is to be very careful not transmit the virus to other people or to infect objects that other people can use. This is why, you should remove them as soon as they form. Conventional medicine offers few possibilities for their removal:

Cryotherapy: with this treatment, the warts are frozen through the use of liquid nitrogen and than removed. After the treatment it is possible to be left with scars.

Surgical Treatment: in this way the warts are going to be removed with a surgical cut. It is a painful way but also very quick.

Laser Surgery: a surgical laser is utilized to remove the warts without any pain. It is a very expensive option but also the most effective.

The worst thing about this treatments is not that they are painful, very expensive or they can live scars, but is the fact that they DO NOT actually solve your problem. This is because they just remove the warts and not the virus which has caused them. So, after you have invested so much to have one of these treatments, your seed wart is going to develop again maybe in just few days.

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How to Identify a Wart

Learning how to identify a wart is the first step in the cure of this type of skin infection. You should know that every type of warts has the same origin, the Human Papillomavirus. This is why, a lot of times, I have been asked from people seeking my help: how can i know what type of warts I have? or how can I know that I have warts and not something else? Understanding if you have warts is not difficult because they have very specific characteristics. Here below you can find some tips that will help you to know what type of warts you have been infected with. To make it easier to understand, I have divided them in groups.

How to identify Common Warts:

Common warts are one of the most frequent types. This type of warts includes warts on hands and most of the warts that can grow on your body.

  • They are grey/brown or flesh-colored rough growth.
  • They have visible black dots (coagulated blood vessels) over or underneath their surface.
  • They have a rough surface that looks like a cauliflower.
  • Their dimension varies from few millimeters to one centimeter.
  • Normally they grow singly or in couple, but without proper treatment they may grow in groups.
  • Usually they are not painful, but that depends on the area where they grow.
  • They usually grow on fingers, the back of the hand, arms or legs.

How to identify Plantar Warts:

Plantar warts are similar to common warts, but they have a darker color. Usually they grow on the the ball or heel of the foot, which are the areas more subjected to the weight of the body.

  • They are flat or slightly raised hard growth.
  • Usually, they are rough and uneven.
  • Their color varies from yellow/brown to dark brown.
  • They can form singly or in groups (like a mosaic).
  • They are generally painful because of the pressure the body exercises on them.
  • They have small black dots (coagulated blood vessels) that are visible on their surface.

How to identify Flat Warts:

Flat warts have small dimensions compare to other types. Their characteristic is that in most of the cases they develop during childhood. This is way, flat warts are one of the most common types of warts on children.

  • They are flat and smooth to the touch.
  • Their color varies from pink to light brown.
  • Their dimension is only few millimeters (about 2mm to 4mm).
  • Usually they grow in groups, from 20 warts to over a 100.
  • Commonly they grow on the face (children and adults) or on legs (women).

How to identify Filiform Warts:

Filiform warts differ from other kinds of warts for their shape and for the speed they spread on the body.

  • They are long growths that protrudes above the surface of the skin.
  • Their color is white or in some cases yellow/brown.
  • The area where they develop the most is the face, particularly eyelids, lips and the neck.
  • They grow very fast and can multiply in a short period of time.
  • In most of the cases they are painless.

How to identify Genital Warts:

Genital warts are very easy to identify. They look like small bubbles and they manifest after unprotected sexual activities with an infected partner (even without penetration).

  • They are small growth that resemble a cauliflower.
  • They usually have the same color of the skin but sometimes are white.
  • In most of the cases they form in groups.
  • They are not painful but they are very contagious and create a lot of discomfort.
  • They develop mainly on the genital area (penis, vagina, anus), but they can also manifest inside the mouth after oral sex.

Now that you know how to identify your warts, you can go to the second step of the cure: find a way to remove them. There are some options you can choose from. The most common treatments to eliminate warts are surgical removal, cryotherapy, electrocautery and laser surgery. All of these treatments remove warts in different ways but you should know that none of them is going to eradicate the virus from your body. This is because they only work on the symptoms and not on the cause.

The result is that even if warts are removed, most of the time painfully, costly and leaving scars, they are going to form again in the future. So, it is very important to find a cure that not only is going to be safe for you, but that will also make sure that the Human Papillomavirus will no longer be inside your body.

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Common Warts

Common warts, as all types of warts, are caused by the human papillomavirus. They are skin growths and they can be easily identified from their rough surface that looks like a cauliflower. Their color is usually pink or white. Common warts can develop on the skin in any time during your life, but some recent studies have found that their manifestation is more frequent during childhood. This is because, children have less developed immune system compared to adults and so, they are more easily to get infected.

How many types of common warts exist?

Warts are often developed on fingers and on hands because we use them for every daily activity. In reality, they can develop everywhere on the skin depending where the HPV has entered.

common warts

The areas where this type of warts usually grows are the back of fingers, the back of hands, beneath and around fingernails and on the sole of the foot. Sometimes, they can also grow on elbows and knees. Warts that grow on the sole of the foot are the more painful, due to the pressure that is constantly exercised on them. This is the case of plantar warts, which become even more painful when they grow around or underneath fingernails. In some severe cases the increasingly growth of this kind of wart has caused the nail to fall off. Another very unpleasant manifestation of common warts is filiform warts. This types of warts often develop after shaving and it can grow around the area of the mouth, the nose or the neck.

Treatments for common warts:

This type of skin infection is usually removed through surgical procedures or cauterized with a treatment called electrocautery. In both circumstances, you will be left with scab or scars. Another possible treatment is cryotherapy which allows to remove the warts thanks to the very low temperature. In addition to these treatments there are a number of creams and lotions that promises to remove your warts just with their application on the skin. As you may guess they are not very effective.

In most of the cases surgical treatments to remove warts are very painful and will require many sessions and a long time to show some kind of result. This is because modern medicine is too focused on trying to remove the warts from your skin instead of eliminating their cause. What is the result of this? The result is that even if you succeed to remove the warts, they are going to grow again in the future. This will happen until you don’t eradicate completely the Human Papillomavirus from your body.

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