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Wart in the right thumb. Using sactol wart remover. What are the brown strings there?

Hi Doctor I m Adrian and I live in Saudi Arabia at the moment,from a few months I have been having a wart on my right thumb ...I consulted a doctor and she advise me to apply Sactol Wart Removel Paint but didn t go off....after applying the paint my healthy skin around my thumb got damaged & last night i was washing my thumb with dettol & cut the wart with a i can see dark brownish strings in the wart...what should i do doctor???
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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Hi adrianko ! Warts are a viral infection. Some time they go on their own. But it take 2 to 4 months. Now you try to cut as their root is deep under skin. Now what to do ! Take pain killer if pain. apply betadine to protect normal skin from infection. need to see doctor for dressing. ask for antiviral tab too. For healing. Adrianko ! I know it is like hell to have warts but just keep taking medicine. In 2-3 month it will be gone. Take care.bye.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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