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There is no effective wart medicine; it is possible to determine the type of the disorder with a colposcopy exam; a plantar wart is not usually dangerous. These alternatives are usually less invasive and pain inducing. Drugs commonly used are products containing Imiquimod, Podophyllin, trichloroacetic acid, 5-flourouricil cream, injections with interferon, or immune response enhancers designed to stimulate antiviral reaction, or immune health builders—vitamins and minerals are among medical treatment options. There is no effective wart medicine; it is possible to determine the type of the disorder with a colposcopy exam; a plantar wart is not usually dangerous.

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Wart Medicine

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Colposcopy, Plantar Wart

Persistent growths can be removed by different methods, including scraping, freezing, electro cauterization, and CO2 laser. However, some growths, especially high-risk oncogenic HPV type, require medical treatment. Benign skin tumors caused by human papilloma viruses can sometimes be resolved spontaneously without intervention. There is no effective wart medicine; it is possible to determine the type of the disorder with a colposcopy exam; a plantar wart is not usually dangerous.

Other Topics: HPV Infection, HPV, HPV Symptom, HPV Vaccine Merck, Female HPV Virus Picture, HPV Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus Picture, LEEP Surgery, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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