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chin warts

I am a 22 yr old male and recently developed the growth of warts on and around my chin. Most are small and unnoticable (there are about 10) but two grew to a noticeable size. After ample research I started applying a topical thuja ointment about a month ago. The two larger ones started to dry up and peel off, and seem to be leaving (I think) but are still around. As for the rest, I can't tell if they are spreading or clearing. I have avoided shaving and have also started taking thuja 30C a few days ago. Is there anything else I can do or anything I should know? This is killing my confidence!
  ocdman on 2007-05-16
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You are doing well please continue this process atleast for 15 days.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
dr. mahfooz, I will surely continue this process. Thus far, I am not sure if I can see any difference. Anyhow, what if conditions persist after a few more weeks? Should I continue on or seek more invasive treatments? And should I expect them to grow smaller and disappear or do I have to peel them or what? These are Q's I don't expect you to answer but would be helpful. Also, I have been adding the topical ointment for a month now (FONOILS Warts No More) and I have seen the larger warts grow and then peel off partially, still leaving a root, and few smaller have popped up since. Any words?
ocdman last decade
i think i also have the same problem. i have a lot of these red things on my chin and neck. i tend so scratch them off but a red mark still remains
personalbanana last decade
pls make it Thuja 200 daily one dose early in the morning empty stomach.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
If I should choose to purchase 200 should i buy one bottle with 80 pills? Once a day? That seems super cheap relative to the 30C 3 times a day.

So I am taking 150mg Zinc (equ to 600mg zinc sulfate) vitamin E, B12, garlic pills, along with ample vitamin C. Applying topical thuja still, and rubbing garlic on them in between. I can't tell if they are coming or going with my facial hair (choosing not to shave). I'm simply desperate and contemplating OTC freezing remedies although i fear scarring.

Does anyone else have advice or comments to add? Dermatologist? Although i read that it usually turns out to be a waste of cash with temp results and chance of recurrance.
ocdman last decade
dear patient,
thuja 1m, 1 dose
after a week.
staphisagaria-200, 1 dose every second day.
god bless u.
Barkaat last decade
Face, warts, chin : lyc., thu.

Skin, warts, flat : acet-ac., berb., caust., dulc., fl-ac., lach., ruta., sep., thu.

Skin, warts, hard : ant-c., calc., caust., dulc., fl-ac., lach., ran-b., sep., sil., sulph.

Skin, warts, small : bar-c., berb., calc., caust., dulc., ferr-p., ferr., hep., lach., nit-ac., rhus-t., sars., sep., sulph., thu.

Staphysagria is indicated for the following types of warts, which don't tally with your case.

Skin, warts, bleeding
Skin, warts, indented
Skin, warts, inflamed
Skin, warts, jagged
Skin, warts, mercury, after abuse of
Skin, warts, pedunculated
Skin, warts, sensitive to touch
Skin, warts, stinging
Skin, warts, syphilitic

gavinimurthy last decade
It needs research and more details as Mr.Murthy has referred the various types of warts.
Rajendra last decade
my husband recently got some of these warts on his chin. can someone please tell me why and how they just started appearing on his chin.are they contagious.and why are they spreadind so fast. does it get worst when he shaves them off?
sarah75 last decade

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