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Warts on the face - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please go ahead
User :   I had a couple of start of with i wanted to check on a cure for warts
Doctor :   Warts are cured by various means
Doctor :   medically and if not surgically
Doctor :   It depends on the size, the duration, number

Doctor :   and the location
User :   how medically
User :   on the face
Doctor :   There are medicines
Doctor :   which contain salicylic acid
User :   ok..pls can u prescribe a few
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   Did you use anything yet
User :   cauterisation and radio therapy
User :   imiquad was prescribed but not easily available
Doctor :   Oh

Doctor :   So you got the cauterisation
User :   yes
Doctor :   Cautery with what?
User :   electro ...
Doctor :   Was the freezing done
User :   that was done during the laser treatment
User :   not durng the cautery
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is it recurring
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Warts typically disappear on their own with time, but it may take years.

User :   thats sad
Doctor :   respond variably to treatment measures like the above which
Doctor :   are done on you
Doctor :   The real sad thing is warts recur following surgical treatment
Doctor :   Since they are caused by Virus
Doctor :   It is difficult to tackle them
Doctor :   Did you try NILWART
Doctor :   What is your age
User :   34yrs
User :   i have not tried
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   NILWART is easily available
User :   do i have to use some cream around the wart before i apply this
User :   and how often and when do i apply
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   I will tell you
Doctor :   How many do you have
User :   pls do
User :   now around one or two
User :   on my nose
Doctor :   You have to remember that it needs patience
Doctor :   and if you feel irriatated after using this
Doctor :   please stop using this
User :   ok
Doctor :   Apply MOISTUREX in the morning

Doctor :   and NILWART in the night
User :   ok
Doctor :   Use it for 2 weeks
Doctor :   and follow up with me
Doctor :   It needs patience
User :   on this same site
Doctor :   the wart does not fall off
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   moisterex can be used as thin layer all over the face
User :   then wat happens to the wart
Doctor :   It may regress in size
Doctor :   This is to start with

User :   how does it disappear all together
Doctor :   It does not disappear
Doctor :   altogehter
User :   then..
Doctor :   It regresses in size
User :   ok..
Doctor :   and slowly fall off
Doctor :   so as I said it needs a long treatment
User :   two weeks i have to apply..then
Doctor :   use it once a day only at bed time

User :   ok
Doctor :   in the morning
Doctor :   clean with soap and water
Doctor :   Usually it is said to take 3 to 4 months
Doctor :   rub only a thin layer
Doctor :   Do not be sexually active
Doctor :   while the medication is on the skin
User :   ok
Doctor :   Expect gradual improvement, with some redness occurring initially
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