Don’t pick at the wart with your fingernails, as you could transfer the virus to your fingers.
Chiropodists can check that you have a verruca and not some other problem, and they offer a range of treatments, including freezing (cryotherapy).
In children, verrucas tend to come and go quite quickly, but in adults they can persist for several years if they are not treated.
Like other warts, verrucas are caused by strains of papillomavirus (usually papillomavirus type 1).
However, you are very unlikely to get a verruca if your skin is undamaged.
Do not try scraping a verruca away with a corn knife. Also, the verucca will come back and others may occur nearby in the damaged skin.Our live sex shows are full of passion, raw sexuality and perversion that you won't find anywhere else on the net.We provide all kinds of webcam models from all over the planet, who can offer you private sex chat 1 on 1 - ranging from live stripping to masturbating.Do not try to treat it yourself if you have diabetes, or if you already have a skin problem such as eczema. If it becomes painful, stop the treatment for a few days. They are discs soaked in salicylic acid that you stick over the verruca and change every day.Most chiropodists advise against do-it-yourself treatment, and prefer to be consulted when the verruca is small and easier for them to deal with.2009;20(22):20–6). Before using the paint or gel, soak your foot in warm water for 5 minutes, and then rub the surface of the verruca with a pumice stone. Some have built-in padding to deflect pressure from the verruca.I have read no end of articles and tried numerous remedies in that time (freezing, Bazucca, Thuja, Revitol, tea tree oil, sallicylic acid and so on).