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Small HPV warts that have spread from hands to face, are extremely itchy, no relief with Metroderm. Effective treatment?

Hi You are doing a great work in helping people. I have small HPV warts in my face since last October, that provokes hard itching, it has been a struggle not to scratch that parts where the warts are, bu they are spreading. They came from my right hand and somehow managed to reach my face. I am using Metroderm, it helps but does not solve this problem. Is there any good treatment to solve this situation? Roy, Portugal
Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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HI Roy ,I am also Dr Roy , Health care magic is meant to help the people beyond boundaries . Warts are contagious they keep on spreading until you get it treated properly .there are different drugs like retino A 05% to applied locally at night ,Immiquad 5% ,drug consist salicylic acid 12%or 17% along lactic acid ,but you should go for radio frequency surgery and get it rid of it .By it you get immediate result ,so go for it . thanks Dr Prakash Roy .
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