warts on my sons feet and fingersi am extremely trouble by this. my son is 9 years of age, extremely healthy and active. came down with warts on right big toe and left thumb. dont know how, or where, he contracted them but now are starting to affect what he does. if it means taking off his shoes to swim or play bearfoot he wont. i want him to be confident. what can i do? i have tried liquid nitro, and it works for a few days or weeks. need to get rid of them if possible or decrease size? any help for him and me would be greatly appreciated.
booter on 2005-03-17
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I have had many troubles with warts myself. I used to have them on almost all of my fingers for a few years. I had tried everything possible, from over the counter wart solutions to having them removed by laser - which was extremely painful and only made more warts come back and even bigger. I was even told by my doctor that many would have to be surgically removed due to the size of them and because they were very close to the nail. Then I came across the amoils site. I used their Heal Warts solution as prescribed for about a month, and I saw wonderful results. After two months all my warts were completely gone. I will swear by this product. It gave me back my confidence and my hands are perfectly clear. It is all natural containing cedrus lycea, melaleuca alternafolia and limonium. Feel free to email me if you have any questions.
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