Warts are small benign lumps which appear on the skin due to presence of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in the organism. They have the same color as the skin, sometimes can happen to be lightly pigmented and can grow up to an inch in diameter.
Luckily, warts are not dangerous. They are just an aesthetic problem.
They can appear anywhere on the skin, but mostly on the belly and groin, on the eyelids, under the breasts, on the armpits, on the neck etc.
Nevertheless, warts can cause difficulties such as bleeding, developing and so on.
Their number may vary from 1 to 100 and it basically grows with the age.
They are generally removed in the winter, when you don’t expose them on the outside conditions.
Warts can be removed in several ways such as applanation, electrocoagulation, radiosurgery and laser. One treatment is usually enough for them to be removed, but if they are present in big numbers there should certainly be done more than one treatment.
As soon as you finish with the treatment, you have to consume prescribed antibiotics and keep a good hygiene as well. Furthermore, several days after the treatment you shouldn’t exercise because the sweat may cause complications.
How to use apple cider vinegar to remove fibroma:
Here is one of the most efficient solutions for getting rid of the warts in a completely natural way.
Thoroughly wash the area around the warts with water and mild soap.
Easily rub the warts with a toothbrush or soak them in water for 15 minutes.
Take a cotton pad and dip it in apple cider vinegar. Apply the pad on the affected area and let it act for 15 minutes before you rinse the place with water.
Do this 3 times a day, several days in a week.
After some period, the warts will turn darker and scabs will appear. Finally it will all fall off.
If the wart is big, there might remain some scar on the place. In order to treat it, you should put some aloe Vera gel or margoid ointment.
If the wart is not that rooted in the skin and if you treat it carefully, there won`t be any scars left.
- Be careful not to apply the apple cider vinegar on the area around the wart because it may irritate the skin. You should apply it directly on the warts.
- Stop applying apple cider vinegar as soon as you notice a scab.
- Don’t pull the scab away, let it fall off naturally.