Periungual Warts

Periungual warts are a very problematic skin infection. They can grow around fingernails or toenails and since they are very contagious they can easily spread on other parts of the body. Their are small in size and you can recognize them from their rough surface which resemble a cauliflower. The main issue with this kind of warts is the place where they form. Periungual warts can grow either on hands or feet. In both cases they can cause not only pain and discomfort but also problems to handle objects in the case of warts on hands or to walk if you contract plantar warts.

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What causes periungual warts?

All type of warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus usually enter inside the body through scratches or cuts on the skin. This is why if you are a nail biter it will increase the possibility to be infected. The virus is transmitted trough direct or indirect contact. That means you can contract the HPV directly from another person or indirectly touching an object or an infected surface. Shaking hands, sharing a towel or walking barefoot in public places like showers or swimming pools are just few example of how you can contract periungual warts.

One of the main cause of infection is usually a weak immune system. When your body is healthy and strong, it eliminates the virus before he can actually infect your body. When your immune system is weakened it will be easier for the virus to enter your body and to cause the formation of warts. Period of high stress, fatigue or illness are all good times for the virus to strike. This is why I suggest you always have a good diet to keep your body healthy and ready if the virus will try to infect you.

Periungual warts treatment

Periungual warts can be very hard to remove especially if they spread to the nail plate or under it. In the latter case they are called subungual warts which are not only painful but can also damage your nail plate if left untreated. The conventional treatments that doctors will suggest to remove periungual warts are:

Salicylic acid: Salicylic acid is a topical medication that will exfoliate the warts. It is not going to treat your internal symptoms but only to destroy the infected skin.

Cryotherapy: This procedure uses liquid nitrogen to destroy the infected cells. Compare to the salicylic acid it may require a less number of treatment but it can cause pain and blistering. 

Laser surgery: Laser surgery is only recommend when other treatments have failed. The procedure works by removing the warts with a beam of light. It will not remove the HPV from your system and most of the times it will leave your skin with permanent scars. 

The treatments I have shown you are what doctors or specialist suggest to remove warts. The main issue with these procedure is that they only try to eliminate the warts and not the virus which is behind them. Also, in the case of periungual warts they could be quite painful and dangerous. This is why I always suggest finding a better solution, especially if your children have contracted this type of warts. One of the best option you can choose from is to use a natural remedy. The reason is a natural remedy will not have any side-effect and it will not cause any pain. There are specific herbs that can cure your warts and at the same time eliminate the virus from your body.

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Planters Warts

Planters warts are small growths that develop on the bottom of the foot after an infection from HPV, the human papillomavirus. This virus can easily penetrate inside the body through cuts, breaks or wounds on your feet. You will immediately know when you start developing them since they are usually very visible and create a lot of discomfort when walking. In most of the cases, they do not represent a serious health concern but because of the place where they grow, it is always better to remove them before they create further complications. 

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Symptoms and transmission of plantar warts

Planters warts are small, hard growths which develop on the ball or the heel of the foot. The most common symptoms are the thickening of the skin and a painful sensation in the point where the warts are growing. When they are fully formed you will notice a tiny growth on your skin with small black dots in it. These black dots are clotted blood vessels and a clear characteristic of warts. Another characteristic is the virus that causes their formation: the HPV. This virus is transmitted from person to person through direct or indirect contact. Contrary to other types of warts, such as genital warts, planters warts are commonly transmitted through indirect contact.

The most common way to get infected is to walk barefoot in public places like locker rooms, showers or swimming pools and in the case of children, playgrounds also. This is why I suggest you always wear flip-flops when you walk in public places and to make sure your children always wear shoes when they are playing outside especially in public areas. Every person reacts differently to an infection from HPV. It is possible, for example, that some are never going to show any symptoms while others will develop warts immediately or in a short period of time after the infection.

How to cure planters warts

Plantar warts can in some rare cases go away without any treatments. Generally, since they are painful and can create problem when walking they are removed. The treatments you can choose to remove planter warts are laser surgery, cryotherapy, surgical removal or over-the-counter medication. The surgical procedures are used in the worst cases when there is no other possibility and for the case of laser removal and cryotherapy, they are very costly since to remove completely the warts you will need more than one session. However, even if they are expensive, they can leave you at the end of the treatment with scars.

Topical medication are an alternative to surgical procedures and they are used to peel the layers of the skin until the warts is removed. As you can imagine this treatment can take a very long time to show results. What you may not know is that these type of medication most of the time do not work since the warts will be too hard to be peeled off. In addition to all of this you should know that even if you successfully find a way to remove your warts, they can always come back until you don’t find a way to eradicare also the HPV from your body.

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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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