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Finger wart near nail bed

Hi,
My 10 year old son has a wart on his finger that I'm afraid is going to cause him to loose his fingernail because it is so close to it. I have attached a picture of it.
It started out as a a red bump that I thought was a nail infection. I applied tea tree oil and apple cider vinegar last night and this morning the center bump is white and red around it. When I went to clean the area I found little black dots underneath it that made me realize that perhaps it is a wart and not an infection. Please help as I'm am very concern he will loose his fingernail, it has been there for 6 weeks now. Thank you!
Here is some information about him:
Very headstrong, stubborn, opinionated, loud talker, has cat allergies, frequently catches a cold with runny nose that lasts for a very long time. Feet always hot, sometimes needs to soak in cold water so he can fall asleep.
 
  BOPP on 2019-04-12
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I forgot to say that I have given him antimonium crudum 200c wet dosage once every 2 weeks, 3 times already without any results. This antidote worked for my older son when he had a painful plantar last year, so I was hoping it would work for his younger brother. But unfortunately it didn't do anything for him
 
BOPP last year
Hi BOPP,

Please try Causticum 200C.
 
HealthyWorld last year
Thank you for replying!
I will try caustiucum 200.
 
BOPP last year

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