|Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs in Richmond, VA
Wang, Xiaoyan, L. Ac., MD (China)
Phone: (804) 301-1784
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
|Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.|
| Get Rid of Warts Naturally
No matter what the size or where they are located, having warts is always less than pleasant. Warts can appear almost anywhere on the body and they can take a very long time to go away without treatment, sometimes up to years. Warts are caused by an underlying, incurable virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus is very common and invisible to the human eye. Because of this, it is very difficult to know if you have HPV unless you see visible signs such as warts on the skin surface, or get medical testing for the virus. Although warts are difficult to detect without symptoms, you can still pass the virus on to others by touching towels or objects they have used. Unfortunately, you can also pass the virus to other parts of your own body through the same means. Since warts can spread, don't pick at your wart, and wash your hands after touching your wart. There are various ways to remove warts ranging from home remedies to having your doctor remove it. Below are some common treatments for warts.
(1). Acid Treatment; (2). Duct Tape; (3). Freezing (Cryotherapy); (4). Laser Removal; (5), Surgery.
Even if the wart disappears with any of the above treatments, it may recur later.
Why Go With Natural Wart Healing?
Natural wart healing and removal offers a few very amazing benefits. Probably one of the greatest benefits is that many natural remedies can permanently remove the warts, and they won't grow back later. With freezing, burning, or cutting the wart, there's always a great risk that it will grow back. Why is this? Warts should be drawn out from the root upwards. When warts are drawn out from the root, they flake away and will not grow back. Another benefit is the natural methods can be performed at home. In addition, you will save money on doctor visits and medical procedures.
This information is for general educational uses only. If you would like to pursue this form of Chinese natural treatment or information, please contact Xiaoyan.
Phone: (804) 301-1784