What are Warts?

Warts are small, raised bumps, noncancerous growth on your skin. An infection or contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV) is the leading cause of acquiring warts. 

The virus triggers extra cell growth, making the skin thick and complicated in that area. 

In contrast, they can grow anywhere on your skin. You’re more prone to get one on your hands or feet. The type of warts depends on their location and appearance.

When to visit the doctor?

You should visit your doctor if:
  1. You get warts all over or another delicate part of your body.
  2. Fatigue
  3. Swelling of legs, feet, or abdomen
  4. Heart palpitations or skipped beats
  5. Frequent lung infections
  6. Stroke
  7. Heart murmur

What are the Different Types of Warts?

Homoeopathy Treatment for Warts

  1. Homoeopathy for warts is a two-dimensional treatment to heal and destroy warts once and for all.
  2. Homoeopaths consider various factors before prescribing a remedy for warts. The factors include the physical appearance of warts, your emotional well-being, stress levels, and triggers that may worsen your condition.
  3. Homoeopathy treats warts’ physical symptoms and corrects their root cause, giving permanent results to the sufferer.
  4. Homoeopathy for warts is one of the best medications with proven effectiveness.
  5. Homoeopathic medicines for warts treat a person holistically. When using homoeopathy for warts, good results are achieved if the treatment corresponds to warts’ specific characteristics and appearance, which differs in every patient.

A few highly prescribed homoeopathic medicines for warts include:

Advantages of Homeopathy Treatment for Warts:


No. The warts are not severe. They are benign, i.e., non-cancerous. However, just because they don’t cause a threat to your health doesn’t mean you’ll leave your wart untreated. 


Many people develop an immune response that causes warts to fade away on their own. One-fifth of all warts go within six months, and two-thirds fade within two years. However, if your wart doesn’t disappear, or if it’s unsightly or painful, you must seek treatment from your doctor.


Most warts will persist for 1 to 2 years if they are remaining untreated. Ultimately, the body will recognize the virus and fight it off, causing the wart to disappear. While they remain, however, warts can spread very fast and can be painful.


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