Human papillomavirus (HPV) and Warts
Actually, warts are usually not very big and analgic outgrowths on the people's skin. By the way, warts are really caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). In most cases warts are usually not dangerous. Nevertheless, sometimes they can be ugly and discomforting or warts can itch or even hurt especially on the feet.
The different types of warts include:
- Common warts usually appear on the hands, but can appear anywhere.
- Flat warts are generally found on the face and forehead. They are common in children, less common in teens, and rare in adults.
- Genital warts (condyloma) are usually found on the genitals but note that condyloma is often appeared in women's vagina and inside the anal canal of men and women both.
- Such kind of warts as plantar ones is usually placed on a person's soles of the feet.
- And one more kind of warts is subungual and periungual warts. These warts are usually placed below and in the region of the fingernails. And in addition they can grow under the toenails either.
Actually, the classic wart is a lifted very often round or oval enlargement on the skin that usually has a rough surface. As for their colour, in comparison with the nearby usual skin, warts usually lighter, darker, or sometimes they can be even black. Frankly speaking, almost everybody is acquainted with the appearance of a classic wart and can recognize it without any difficulties. But sometimes it's pretty difficult identify smooth surfaces or flat warts in children because they are in fact rather abnormal.
Classic warts usually don't have a tendency to cause any pain but this is so if they are not in regions of constant friction or pressure. Note that plantar warts are very often awfully hurting because of their location. What's more, if a person has lots of plantar warts on his or her feet, he/she can hardly walk and run because of the terrible pain.
In most cases warts vanish with no cure, though it can at times take some years before they disappear. Call your attention to the fact that you may treat the warts or not but in some period of time after vanishing warts very often appear again. And what's more, different kinds of warts can be spreaded from one part of a person's body to another.
It's obviously that a person should treat hurting warts. But keep in mind that treating the warts around and under your nails takes really lots of time and more difficult to cure in comparison with the warts in other places. To treat all kinds of warts use Wartrol.This super medicine has no any side effects and it's homeopathic so it consists of only natural components.