How Can I Get Rid of These Warts on My Foot?

Warts are usually a sign of skin irritation or infection. Stress, a busy lifestyle, bad hygiene, or irregular food habits can all cause warts to develop on the body. Sometimes they are caused by viral infections as well.

Most warts go away by themselves, though it may take a year or more for them to disappear. While most do go away eventually, this is not always the case. They can become a chronic problem and cause pain and inflammation in the infected area. When they form on the foot, they can affect mobility. Warts can also make a person feel bad about their body.

What Will Remove Warts?

Foot warts are an annoying problem to have, but there are several over-the-counter remedies you can try. Medications specifically for wart removal usually contain salicylic acid. Salicylic acid is effective in getting rid of both warts and acne.

However, if you have tried over-the-counter treatments and home remedies but none of them have worked, then you will need to set up a consultation for a wart-removal treatment from an experienced medical professional.

Before a doctor can prescribe medication for treatment, they will need to find the underlying cause behind why the wart appeared in the first place. This will involve a discussion and an examination of the wart.

Treatment of Warts

We may recommend any of the following treatments for wart removal depending on the specifics of your case:


Contact Us to Get Rid of Your Warts

A consultation will need to be carried out before getting rid of your wart. During a consultation, a skilled medical professional will talk to you about the wart-removal process and your treatment options. Part of this will be discussing your medical history and any allergies you may have.

The best way to learn more about wart removal is by contacting Bay Area Foot Care and set up a consultation. Schedule your appointment today.

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