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How to Treat Warts on Your Feet

Warts pop up when the plantar wart virus gets into your foot through microscopic cuts and scratches, gaining enough strength to form a wart. Unfortunately, these warts are easy to get, but difficult to get rid of.

How to Treat Warts on Your Feet

  1. Wash all equipment used in this treatment in soap and water. Then rinse with alcohol or antiseptic.
  2. Put two tablespoons of mild detergent in a half-gallon of warm water. Soak your foot for about ten minutes.
  3. Cut out a square of 40% salicylic acid plaster that’s about the size of your wart and remove the backing to expose the self-stick surface.
  4. Apply the sticky side directly onto wart. Push down and cover it with an adhesive bandage.
  5. Keep the plaster on your wart and keep it dry for two days.
  6. After the two days are up, carefully remove adhesive bandage and plaster. The wart will have a white appearance.
  7. Brush the wart vigorously with an old toothbrush, soap and water for one minute twice a day for two days.
  8. Expose the wart to air as often as you can.
  9. Talk to your podiatrist about getting rid of the wart with a carbon dioxide laser unit. After the doctor administers a local anesthetic, a focused laser light beam will vaporize your wart.
  10. Ask your podiatrist about debriding your warts with a 30- to 70 percent trichloroacetic acid solution. This will require five or six treatments. If after the tenth debriding treatment, if the wart still comes back, you can have it surgically removed.

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