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Wart on the neck, size wheat seed, bleeding after scratching. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   please proceed with the query.
User :   hello doctor..
User :   i have a skin problem
User :   theres somthing like a wart on my neck.
User :   what can i do to remove it?
User :   will it spread to other areas as well?
Doctor :   Yes you can get it removed by creams.
Doctor :   How big is it
Doctor :   how many areas?
User :   It started as a small growth. now it has become big as a small wheet seed.
Doctor :   it is a viral infection.
Doctor :   How old are you.
Doctor :   ok, you will have to get it tested whether it is wart or not first of all?
User :   Its just one of them on my neck and i accidentally scratched it yesterday and it started bleeding
Doctor :   Has the bleeding stopped.
User :   i am 22 years old.
User :   yes
Doctor :   try to keep you hands clean and wash frequently to prevent spread of them.
Doctor :   if it has already fallen off no need to do anything.
Doctor :   yes 6 months to 1 yr
User :   okay.what is the procedure to remove it?
User :   will dat take much time?
User :   Tt hasnt fallen off.
Doctor :   ok, you will get salicyclic acid creams on consultation with deramtologist
Doctor :   or laser treatment
User :   is der any laser treatment or something for this?
Doctor :   can be done
Doctor :   laser is faster and better.
Doctor :   do not rub, scratch, or pick at it to avoid spreading the virus to another part of the body or causing the wart to become infected
Doctor :   soaks the wart in warm water and removes dead skin on the surface of the wart
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Do you have anymore queries.
Doctor :   kindly login for medical queries.
User :   okay..thank u doctor..
User :   no..thank
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