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Plantar warts are those warts or verrucas that usually appear on the soles of the feet and plantar is the medical term for the sole of your feet. Although planter warts are similar to warts that occur on the hands and are derived from the same HPV virus, they take on a different appearance when they are pushed into the skin’s surface by the weight of the body walking or standing on them.
All warts are caused by this virus - but by different strains - and all warts, including plantar warts, are contagious. Plantar warts can be found anywhere on the plantar surface or the sole of the foot but are more likely to produce symptoms in the areas of pressure and friction, infecting only the superficial layer of skin and producing a thickened callus-like growth.
Anyone who has suffered from a plantar wart and delayed treatment will know that they can be particularly stubborn and hard to get rid of. Early treatment is always advisable.
The symptoms of plantar warts are:
If you are in doubt as to whether you have a plantar wart, try squeezing it between your fingers in a pinching motion. If it is painful, then you can be sure that you are dealing with a plantar wart.
Plantar warts are seen in all age groups. However, they are most common in children between the ages of 12 to 16. They are rarely seen in the elderly.
Risk factors for the development of plantar warts include:
The use of an essential oils product is an alternative, gentle and safe method to deal with plantar warts and of course all other types of warts too. Just a few drops applied 3 times day will work with every wart, including the most resilient of strains, with no pain, no burning, no irritation and no scarring. Treatment can be effective as quickly as a week or two although stubborn warts may take a little longer to be completely removed.