Sometimes your skin is infected with noncancerous growth with one of the many viruses of the human papillomavirus (HPV), causing extra cell growth which makes the outer layer of the skin hard and thick in that spot. These warts can grow at any part of the skin and their types depend on the location of warts. Teens and kids are more affected by warts because they are having less immunity against many types of HPV.
Warts are contiguous in nature and are generally passed by direct skin contacts. You can also spread them with things like razors or towels that have touched your body or some time on someone else’s body.
There are various types of warts like common warts- these are flesh-colored growths on the back of your hands, the skin around nails, the fingers, and the feet. Plantar warts- these are pebbles feeling in your shoes and you can feel it at the soles of your feet a painful act indeed.
Homeopathy has played a major role in the treatment of warts and most of the homeopaths use the medicine in centesimal potencies. Sometimes cases treated with millesimal potencies have a good and better response than the centesimal potencies, without applying the external medicines and no aggravating complaints.
Homeopathy uses a number of drugs for the treatment of warts such as Dulcamara, Nitric Acidum, Causticum, and Thuja occidentalis. and this is the most common homeopathic remedy for various kinds of warts.
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