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Cryotherapy for wart removal on the toe. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can i helpyou
User :   my son had wart
User :   hi
User :   Hi doctor
User :   ya i got that removed thru cryotherapy
User :   after which next day he had a large blister
Doctor :   Ok
User :   wht shud i do now
Doctor :   When was this done
User :   last friday
User :   the blister was removed on sunday
User :   but the lill wound is still there
User :   and now his dermeatologist says its to be repeated again on wed
User :   is it ok
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   Sometimes many sitting may help to clear the wart
Doctor :   the expert shall decide it
User :   is it ok to have a blister
Doctor :   as wart is potentially infective to other areas if not removed properly
User :   it was also very uncomfortable
Doctor :   Where is the wart
Doctor :   How old is your son
Doctor :   hello
Doctor :   are you theres
User :   he is 10
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Does he have warts
User :   the wart was at bottom of toe
Doctor :   any other place
User :   no
Doctor :   I think you shall go with the dermat opinion and the put down all the question you have infront of him, he should be the person best to answer you as it needs a Physical examination
User :   shud i show to some other dermatologist
Doctor :   No need
Doctor :   The cryotherapy is a minor procedure
Doctor :   any one should deal properly
Doctor :   I mean one who is experienced in doing it
User :   but than y big blister was formed
Doctor :   IT could be a local reaction to the intervention
Doctor :   The same doctor shall solve the problem for the blister too
User :   but if i do it again than again blister will be formed
Doctor :   If you have such doubts You better see another dermatologist
Doctor :   I cant say much only i can reassure you
User :   ya
Doctor :   OK
User :   ok betetr to show once to another dermatologist as well
Doctor :   Ok, that shall put off your agony
User :   ya
User :   beacuse she dint handle the blister formation well
User :   she had sent me to an emergency
Doctor :   O ok
User :   where junior doctor gave two injection of lpcal anaestheisa but still cudnt ruptur eit
User :   so we came back in the night and whole sunday my son wa sin great pain
Doctor :   How large is the blister and does it contain the pus
User :   and monday only she broke the blister herself after which there was no pain but wound is there
User :   nopus but it was very large
Doctor :   I suspect if it was infected
Doctor :   what is the medication used now
User :   ya may be
User :   nothing gave cefalexin for 5 days
User :   and dressing in the toe
Doctor :   Do you want a referral from our side
Doctor :   Which area do you stay and which hospital and doctor have you seen
User :   how
Doctor :   I mean if you want to recommend an experienced dermatologist we can do
User :   ya pl'
Doctor :   Ok, Describe the history entirety to the doctor and ask the reasons why it had happened
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   One of our doctors will get back to you soon with all the relevant details.
Doctor :   Please confirm your details
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   are they correct
User :   yea
Doctor :   Ok thanks for consulting, bye
User :   bye
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