Warts are deformed growths that occur on the skin. They are mostly caused by HPV (human papilloma Virus). Some other cases of warts are from contacts with an infected person on weak, sore or open areas of the skin.
Warts can happen to anyone, but some people are more prone to it than others. Children and teenagers are more susceptible to the disease because of their weakened immune system.
There are several types of warts, each with their unique shape, effects and location on the body. Some popular ones include common warts which mostly occurs on the hands, plantar warts which occur on the soles of the feet, flat warts which occur on the face, arms, and legs, genital warts which specifically grow on and around the genitals and periungual warts which are found under and around the toenails and fingernails.
More often than not, warts go away on their own. But there are some that linger on for long periods. They keep spreading, get worse and advance to complicated levels.
There are several treatment options for warts, ranging from surgery to over-the-counter medications and home remedies.
While surgical methods are fast and effective, they are also known to be very invasive, expensive and complicated. Most people try home remedies like crushing vitamin C into a paste and rubbing it all over the warts, or rubbing the juice of pineapples and garlic. While this may work for a few people, it cannot be used to treat extreme cases of warts, especially genital warts. Most dermatologists recommend over-the-counter medications when people are really sure the growths on their skins are warts. Because some other skin conditions like corns can be mistaken for warts.
Some very good over-the-counter medications like Wartrol wart remover have about 80-90% success rates. But there are still some complaints of warts re-appearing months after they have been cleared off by Wartrol. This does not necessarily mean that Wartrol did not do its job of getting rid of warts, it did. But most warts, especially genital warts, have the propensity to re-occur.
Genital warts usually come back mainly because there is no specific cure for the virus that causes them. And it is very difficult to control warts in a moist environment like the genitals. When it comes to genital warts, it is better to consult professional help from a physician. But for less malignant warts like plantar and common warts, milder treatments would do the trick.
What wart remover would work successfully and permanently for more serious wart infections?
While Wartrol wart remover is really great at getting rid of warts, there are certain practices that should be adopted with the medication to achieve permanent results.
Warts are primarily caused by a virus, therefore to get rid of them permanently, you would have to boost your body’s ability to fight them. Most people have observed that warts re-occur when they are not eating properly nor getting enough sleep, or when they are constantly worn-out out or sick.
So while using any treatment for warts, getting sufficient sleep and eating properly are steps that would boost your immune system to completely fight against the virus. Foods that contain immune boosters’ like vitamin C, turmeric, olive leaf, astragalus, elderberry etc., should be added to meals to kick up the immune system.
Also, exercising regularly keeps your body and immune system active and strong. This reduces the risks of warts re-developing.
If you stay around people with warts, let them treat theirs at the same time you treat yours. This is because warts are very communicable and can spread back to you upon contact with them just as easily, even after recent treatment.
Most warts can be cured using regular basic treatment, others need extreme surgical methods. The key though to getting rid of warts and ensuring that they stay away is to boost your immune system daily with healthy foods, proper rest, and regular exercises, irrespective of the wart removal method you decide to use.