What Does A Seed Wart Look Like?


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Seed warts are common warts with black dots which have been created from the surrounding blood vessels.  For this reason, seed warts are often also referred to as 'black warts'. If you want to see exactly what a seed wart looks like, then a simple search engine image search will show you plenty of examples of it.
People, who suffer from warts, particularly when they are in the face and hands, can feel a lot of discomfort because the warts can be unsightly. There is no guaranteed way to eliminate seed warts because they can recur at any time once you get them. However, your doctor will be able to advise you on treatments and may suggest a number of ways to deal with the problem. Nonetheless, prevention is a far easier course of action than cure.
If you know someone who has seed warts, then you must do your best to avoid skin contact with this person as seed warts are contagious. Make sure that you do not share a towel with this person as this could also cause you to catch the virus. The virus that causes warts is known as human papillomavirus or HPV. If you develop warts, do not scratch or pick them as this may cause the warts to spread to other parts of the body.
If you go to your doctor asking about treatment for seed warts, he or she may advise you to try a topical wart treatment such as imiquimod or bleomycin. Alternatively they might suggest that you undergo cryotherapy or liquid nitrogen therapy. This is quite a painful procedure but often proves to be effective in treating seed warts. In some situations it could be possible to undergo minor surgery or laser surgery in order to remove the wart.

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