Plantar Wart - Mount Washington,KY

Updated on September 29, 2014
K.E. asks from Mount Washington, KY
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She has plantar wart but is it going away? There are just little black spotts clustered together. I have went to the doctor and they used liquid nitrogen twice and her other one is smaller with less spotts. it looks as if skin is growing over some of it. Are they healing?

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answers from Los Angeles on

Go to the pharmacist and ask for the strong salicylic acid patches.
Cut to size and apply after bath/shower. Repeat every day until all black areas are gone.

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answers from Seattle on

I'm confused. Who has the wart? You first say "she" has the wart, then you say you do. I'm confused.

I've had planters warts before, and it's usually taken a few weeks before they heal. (And more than oe treatment.) What has the doctor said about healing time and what the warts should look like during this time? We aren't medical professionals on this site, you should really ask your doctor this question.

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answers from Louisville on

I tried every treatment under the sun for my extremely stubborn plantar warts when I was a kid... Including several different doctor treatments, over the counter remedies, and non-conventional methods (like the duct tape trick...) nothing ever worked; they left for a while, but within a couple months they were back. At one point I had 7 on one foot, and 11 on the other. Eventually I gave up trying to get rid of them, and decided to just keep my feet hidden. Lol.

When I was 19 I went on a garlic binge, where if was eating at least one full head of garlic a week. For about 2 months. (Usually more, lol. I was eating mostly in dip.) during the first couple weeks, I noticed e warts were receding. By the time my binge was over, they a were completely gone... I'm 27 now, and have never seen a hint of her coming back again. :)

You don't have to eat garlic like I did (because boy did I REEK! Lol. Luckily I worked outdoors away from people...) you can take it in pill form. It also has other great health benefits. :)

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answers from Chicago on

If you take the recommended daily allowance of folic acid every day your warts will disappear. It worked for my daughters and me. Lots less messy and/or painful than other remedies.



answers from Orlando on

It takes forever to get rid of them! My daughter had one & I put oil of oregano on it every day & used sanitized clippers to clip away the dead skin & those black spots until it finally when away. It took about 2 months before it was finally gone.



answers from Chicago on

A friend was telling me the other day about getting rid if her daughters wart . I'm not sure if it was a plantars wart but it was on her foot . She found a banana peel remedy . You take a piece of banana peel , the inside . Use about a half inch by half inch piece . Place on wart then put a bandaid over it . Replace at least every other day . She said after two weeks the entire thing fell off !


answers from Norfolk on

I was in 2nd grade when I had one that would not go away.
The doctor tried everything and it was growing farther into my heel toward the bone.
Finally then sent me to have it xrayed to death - same as having an xray but they didn't put any film in the machine.
That finally killed it for good.

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