Get an Effective Homeopathic Treatment for Warts at Dr. Singhal Homeo, Chandigarh

Homeopathic Treatment for WartsA wart is a small non-cancerous (benign) bump that can appear anywhere on the body. They develop when the human papillomavirus (HPV) enters a cut or break in the skin and causes an infection. Although warts aren’t generally dangerous, they can be uncomfortable, potentially embarrassing, contagious, and sometimes painful. Children are more prone to warts, but anyone can get it. Warts can be transmitted sexually and can appear in the genital area. However, most warts affect the fingers, hands, and feet. Homeopathic Treatment for warts can offer an effective and promising cure for warts. In addition, warts Homeopathy medicine is safe and doesn’t cause side effects, when taken with proper consultation of a qualified Homeopathic doctor.

Causes of Warts

HPV causes the excessive growth of keratin, a hard protein found on the skin’s surface. This results in warts. Different HPV strains cause different types of warts. Some common causes are listed below:

  • Touching a contaminated surface or object, such as towels, doorknobs, etc.
  • Sexual intercourse with an infected person (can cause the spread of genital warts)
  • Nail-biting and cuticle picking
  • Shaving over a wart causes micro-tears leading to the spreading of the virus to other body parts
  • Infection is more likely to occur when the skin is wet or damaged, such as in a cut or scrape.

Warts Homeopathy Medicine resolves the issue to a greater extent and can cure warts without any surgical approach.

How Homeopathic Medicine for Warts works?

Homeopathic Treatment for Warts offers an effective and promising cure for warts. If administered timely, Warts Homeopathy Medicine can provide symptomatic relief and can also stop the progress of warts to its advanced stages.

Warts Homeopathy Medicine

Types of Warts & Its Symptoms

Warts Homeopathy Medicine is effective for different types of warts. Warts are classified into five major types. Each type appears on different body parts and has a distinct appearance.

  1. Common Warts: Common warts grow on the back of fingers, toes, or knees but can appear elsewhere. These warts have a rough, thick, grainy appearance and a rounded top. They are grayer than the surrounding skin. Usually, these warts are not severe or painful, and they disappear on their own. This type of warts can spread to other areas through direct contact. They often appear as flesh-colored bumps with small black spots caused by blood clotting in the vessels.
  2. Plantar Warts: Plantar warts grow on the soles of the feet, heels, and toes. They grow into the skin because the body’s weight presses onto the sole or the anterior (underside) part of the foot. Plantar warts can be of two types as follows:
    1. Myrmecia Type Plantar Warts: These warts are caused due to HPV type 1. Signs and symptoms are:
      • black dots
      • pain on direct pressure
      • can feel like walking on pebbles
      • yellowish skin that looks like calloused
      • standing or walking can cause deep, tender warts to grow inwards
    2. Mosaic Type Plantar Warts: These warts are caused due to HPV type 2. Signs and symptoms are:
      • small surface-level warts
      • a mosaic pattern of warts appearing in clusters
      • less painful than myrmecia-type plantar warts
  3. Flat Warts: Flat Warts are also called juvenile warts that grow on the face, arms, or thighs. A flat wart has a flat top appearing as if it has been scrapped. They can either be flesh-colored, pink, brownish, or slightly yellow. They often grow in large groups. These warts are common in children and can be spread through direct contact.
    Signs and symptoms of flat warts are:

    • growth on the skin that are flat, round, or oval
    • flesh-colored growth
    • usually not painful
  4. Filiform Warts: Filiform warts can appear around the mouth or nose or under the chin or neck. It is contagious and can affect other parts of the body. These warts are small and shaped like a tiny flap or skin tag. They project off of your skin as thin, finger-like strands and are painless unless they occur in sensitive areas like the skin fold.
    Signs and symptoms of filiform warts are:

    • a growth that extends beyond the skin
    • flesh-colored & flap -like
    • can grow quickly
    • usually not painful
  5. Periungual Warts: Periungual warts grow around the toenails and fingernails, which are painful and affect nail growth. They begin in small size, the size of a pinprick, but can grow larger and are contagious. They are rough and have a cauliflower-like appearance.
    Signs and symptoms of periungual warts are:

    • a rough growth under or around the nail
    • causes pain when it grows
    • splits the skin around the nail
    • affects cuticle and nail appearance

Homeopathic Treatment for warts can provide a permanent cure rather than suppressing them. Homeopathic medicines for warts boost the body’s immune system to fight the infections causing the warts.

How is Homeopathic Treatment for Warts better?

Homeopathic Treatment for warts uses highly personalized medicines to treat the problem. It is desirable for better management of the condition while avoiding the side effects of conventional medication. The medicines used in Warts Homeopathy Treatment provides lasting and often, permanent relief.

Dr. Singhal Homeo, Chandigarh, is a reputed Homeopathic clinic for effective Homeopathic Treatment of Warts. Dr. Vikas Singhal has been practicing here for the past 19+ years and treating various diseases, including the warts. He uses individualized homeopathic medicine for warts for each case. He has patients from USA, UK, UAE, Canada, and Singapore as well.

You can get offline or online consultation for your problem and can also order your warts Homeopathy medicine online. Call on: 7087462000 or WhatsApp at +91 9041111747

Patient Testimonials for Warts