How do you get rid of a wart on the bottom of your foot?

How do you get rid of a wart on the bottom of your foot?

Many people have removed warts with these self-care tips:

  1. Peeling medicine (salicylic acid). Nonprescription wart removal products are available as a patch or liquid.
  2. Freezing medicine (cryotherapy). Nonprescription medicines that freeze the wart include Compound W Freeze Off and Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away.
  3. Duct tape.

What kind of wart is on the bottom of my foot?

Plantar warts are common warts that affect the bottom of the feet. Most people will have one at some point in their lives. Plantar warts, officially named verrucae warts, are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), specifically types 1, 2, 4, 60, and 63. The virus attacks the skin on the bottom of the feet.

Can you cut out a plantar wart at home?

Whatever you do, do not try to cut off a plantar wart yourself because you may injure yourself and cuts in your skin allow the warts to spread.

What affects do warts cause?


  • diarrhea
  • dizziness
  • fast or deep breathing
  • headache (severe or continuing)
  • hearing loss
  • lightheadedness
  • nausea
  • rapid breathing
  • ringing or buzzing in the ears (continuing)
  • Do plantar warts go away naturally?

    The most popular natural remedy for plantar wart removal is apple cider vinegar. This well-known treatment is good for most warts located on the hands and feed. Consistent treatment with ACV will eventually help allow the wart to be pulled off if it does not fall off entirely on it’s own.

    What causes a plantar wart on the side of my foot?

    Plantar warts are caused by an infection with HPV in the outer layer of skin on the soles of your feet. They develop when the virus enters your body through tiny cuts, breaks or other weak spots on the bottoms of your feet. HPV is very common, and more than 100 kinds of the virus exist. But only a few of them cause warts on the feet.

    Can you recognize plantar warts on feet?

    Plantar warts can be extremely painful. One of the first symptoms you may notice is pain or tenderness when putting pressure on your foot while walking. Once the wart has formed, you’ll see a circular flat spot on the skin with a depressed area in the middle.