- Weakening of the immune system
- Hormonal disorders, pregnancy
- Sweating or very dry skin
- Inadequate hygiene
- Direct contact with an infected person (especially at the site of wounds and irritations)
Viral warts are called collochanically. This type of skin lesions is caused by the innesting of the human papillomavirus HPV. The virus is transmitted by contact with the epidermal Necrolis. Warts usually appear on the palms of the hands and feet, but they can also be transferred to other parts of the body. They often have a papillary form and a rough surface.
WHEN DO WARTS ARISE?
The exact causes of wart formation are not fully known. The most common indication is the weakening of the body’s immune system, which promotes the nesting of HPV. Factors that can influence the weakening of the body’s immune system, such as: Mental strain, excessive physical exertion, pregnancy, severe surgery, systemic disorders, metabolic disorders, hormonal disturbances, chronic inflammatory conditions, disturbances in the circulatory system, excessive sweating and injuries, Abrasions or cracks which may also contribute to the emergence of appropriate conditions for HPV infection.
Let us remember that viral warts, commonly referred to as Kurzajkami, can also be infected by direct contact with people who have been infected, for example, by hand or indirectly through the use of the same cutlery or Towels.
WILL WARTS DISAPPEAR?
Removal of viral warts should be carried out as soon as possible after detection. The longer we wait for this, the more we increase the chance of the spread of HPV to other skin parts. In addition, undeleted warts are getting deeper into the skin, giving pain. We should report to a subologist immediately as soon as we notice the first disturbing symptoms. Warts apart from the fact that they are unsighted and cause discomfort, they also tend to be painful. In case of viral warts, it is recommended to consult a specialist.
Each viral wart (chicken) is completely different and requires a tailored therapy plan. Different treatment methods are available on the market. Among the most popular are: cryotherapy (freezing with liquid nitrogen), pharmacologic method or mechanical method.
Due to the fact that warts are caused by a virus it is extremely important to maintain the highest standards of safety and hygiene, not only during the procedure. Care at home also plays a key role and the use of appropriate means, recommended by a subologist.
Due to the proper care of specialised cosmetics, we eliminate the risk of reappearing of the chicken coop. However, the removal of warts or warts does not guarantee that they will not occur in the future. Due to the fact that the HPV carriers can be even for several years and that there is always a risk of recontacting the virus, systematic control and constant care of the subcologist is extremely important.
DURATION OF THERAPY
The duration of therapy for the treatment of warts is very different and individual for each patient. It ranges from a few to even a dozen visits. Among the factors that have a significant effect on the duration of therapy is exchanged m.in.: Reaction of patients to the auxiliary preparations used during therapy, previous non-mechanical-attempts to remove warts, regular use of preparations Care and above all, the time that has passed since the onset of the warts until the visit to the Subological office, the number, location and depth of the changes.
Let us remember that the sooner we report to a specialist, the sooner we can remove the kurzajki. The fastest wart can get rid of children. They are usually deleted during several visits.
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Thank you for curing my kurzajek. Hardly hurt!
Professional care, I quickly forgot about the problem with which I tried to deal with several months.