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Can You Remove Plantar Warts on Your Feet?



While regular warts are usually harmless (but may be unsightly), warts on the feet can be a different matter and are often very painful.

Warts on the feet are called verrucas (or verrucae).  They are also known as Plantar's warts 

The pressure of walking or standing on them flattens them so they can become very painful.  They can be dotted with very small clotted blood vessels that look like dark pinpoint spots. Sometimes plantar warts are confused with corns.

How are plantar warts / foot warts picked up?

All types of warts are caused by the wart virus.   Plantar warts are caused by the particular strains numbered 1, 2 and 4 which means that they were the very first of the warts family to be identified, named and numbered. Each person's immune system responds differently to, so not everyone who comes in contact with the virus develops warts. Even people in the same family react to the virus differently.

Nevertheless, for a healthier all round adult or child, it is wise to boost your immune system to give maximum protection from viruses and germs alike. Although the strains that cause plantar warts are not easily transmitted by direct contact from one person to another, the virus does thrive in warm, moist environments — such as shower floors, locker rooms and public swimming areas. So it is always safer not to walk barefoot in such places.

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The virus needs to have a point of entry into the skin

  • Cracks in dry skin
  • Cuts or scrapes or...
  • Wet, softened, fragile skin particularly from prolonged water exposure

When there is such direct contact with the virus, through a point of entry, plantar warts can result and this strain of virus actually differs from other warts by growing inwards.

  • There is thickening and damage to your skin followed by the appearance of plantar warts.
  • Fortunately, these warts are benign growths which form round areas of rough skin with a dry crusty surface and tiny black dots deep inside but as they grow, they can become very painful as pressure is applied to them. Some people believe that these tiny black dots are “roots” or “seeds” but this is just a myth as they are actually just dried up capillary blood vessels.
  • It does not take long for a plantar wart to become flattened and painful from the pressure of walking – rather like walking on a small stone.

The test to know if you have a plantar wart

If you are not sure whether you have a plantar wart (as they can sometimes be confused with a callus) just squeeze the lesion between your fingers as if pinching.

If this action is painful, you can be 100% certain that you have a plantar wart that you need to treat.


How to treat plantar warts

  • Although cryotherapy is a useful tool for treating warts (where a freezing agent such as liquid nitrogen used), it is not recommended for plantar warts because with cryotherapy, a blister forms and this would be very painful to walk on afterwards. 
  • Use an over-the-counter salicylic acid preparation available at the pharmacy in liquid, gel, pad or ointment form. Be sure to follow package directions because over-application of these products can burn the skin. Periodically sand and re-treat the wart. It can take several months to get rid of a large one using these treatments. Warts can spread, so monitor your feet closely and treat warts when they are small. Soak the affected area in warm water for five minutes before applying the salicylic acid. This will enhance the effects of the medication. 
  • A commercial preparation containing about 17% salicylic acid and 17% lactic acid in a fast-drying solution can be applied daily after showering. The preparation is allowed to dry and the wart covered with waterproof tape, which is removed after the next shower or bath. 
  • Duct tap is another treatment approach where any color duct tape is applied to the wart, which is kept covered 24 hours a day, six out of seven days a week, for six weeks.
  • You can pay a visit your doctor for the plantar wart to be cut out.
  • A plantar warts home remedy such as H-Warts Formula is available online for you to treat your plantar warts safely and successful at home. The surface of the plantar wart is treated and the root structure is eliminated so there is no regrowth, no burning, no pain and no scarring.

For extra comfort

While you are applying a plantar warts treatment, you might like to use a special pad or doughnut-shaped piece of moleskin around the wart, available from a drugstore, to relieve any pressure and pain from the wart. This is particularly useful in the case of children who would still want to run around, play sport and live their normal life in spite of the plantar wart under the foot.  Although they are considered non cancerous growths, in very rare instances if left for years and years plantar warts could become cancerous.

All Natural Treatment Alternative

For many reasons, it is best to carry out that plantar warts solution as quickly as you can. 

H-Warts Formula is perfect for plantar warts and is natural and gentle on the skin.

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