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Wart/Verruca Removal Using Cryotherapy

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Warts and verrucas are caused by a virus. They can be spread to other people from contaminated surfaces or through close skin contact. You're more likely to spread a wart or verruca if your skin is wet or damaged.

It can take months for a wart or verruca to appear after contact with the virus.

Warts do not cause you any harm, but some people find them itchy, painful or embarrassing. Verrucas are more likely to be painful – like standing on a needle.

You can treat warts if they bother you, keep coming back or are painful.

Check if you have a wart or verruca

Close-up of 2 warts on a person's finger.
Warts feel firm and rough. They can appear on palms, knuckles, knees and fingers.
A dark brown wart on the back of a person's hand with a brown skin tone.
Warts are usually skin coloured but may appear darker on dark skin.
A verruca on the sole of a person's foot.
Verrucas appear on your feet. They have tiny black dots under the hard skin.
A collection of flat warts on a person's forehead.
Some warts are round, flat and can be yellow (plane warts). You can have many of them.
Close-up of a collection of mosaic warts spread over the skin.
Clusters of warts, spread over an area of skin (mosaic warts) are common on feet and hands.    

Source : NHS England



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