Monday, May 31st, 2010
Planters warts are a common, virus caused, skin infection. Often times these warts will go away on their own and don’t need treatment. However, that isn’t always the case. At times they grow and become quite painful. When this happens, they can be treated to ease the pain, decrease their duration, and to keep [...]
Saturday, May 30th, 2009
There are four common kinds of warts. These are hand warts, foot warts or plantar warts, flat warts and genital warts.
Hand warts usually occur on the fingers, on the back of the hands and near or around the fingernails. They also appear often where skin is exposed and broken. Foot warts, medically termed as [...]
Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
Human warts are classified to be small and rough tumors that commonly invade the feet and hands. In fact, they are likened to a solid blister that looks like a cauliflower. Warts can likewise grow in other parts of the body such as on the chest, genitals, inside of the mouth, rectal area, face, eyelids, [...]
Monday, February 9th, 2009
Individuals who would like to know more about the warts that abound among children, teenagers or even adults often ask how many kinds of warts are there.
Generally, there are four types of warts that thrive among people; the Common warts, Foot warts, Flat warts and the Genital warts.
How Many Kinds Of Warts Are There?
Friday, February 6th, 2009
Who wants flat warts on the face? Pretty much no one, but flat warts are harmless tumors on the skin that are usually found on the face, but can also show up on the arms, knees or hands. They are occasionally found in clusters and children are the common victims of this kind of wart. [...]
Thursday, January 29th, 2009
Unlike other types of warts, filiform warts are not flat and rough. They don’t look like a cauliflower like other types of warts do. Instead they appear as long and slender projections. They protrude from the skin and can look like mini fingers or tentacles. Usually they appear on a person’s face most particularly around [...]
Monday, January 26th, 2009
Having a facial wart is a really embarrassing experience that anyone would like to avoid as much as possible. Not only is it ugly and unsightly but it can also be irritating and can provide discomfort. This is likely the case especially if the facial wart is located on key areas like the eyes, the [...]
Saturday, January 24th, 2009
In the medical arena, viral warts are termed as verrucas vulgaris and are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus or HPV. Warts are generally common and can occupy any spot on the body. Both young and old, men and women can be prone to the infection. The immune system is one of the reasons as [...]
Thursday, January 22nd, 2009
A mouth wart is simply a type of wart that occurs inside the mouth. This type of warts is very uncommon especially because our mouth is usually a part of the body that has the tendency to be cleaned always. However, being clean doesn’t always necessarily mean 100 % clean and that’s when a human [...]
Tuesday, January 13th, 2009
Have you seen some round, hard, and bothering lumps on your hands? Do you see them multiply? Then most probably they are warts. These common warts are typically found in the fingers and hands wherein the broken nails or ripped hangnails have caused breaks in the skin. These breaks are what allow the virus [...]