Lots of Warts - Plantar and HandHi there-
I have a large plantar wart that had been there for years with no issues. It didn't hurt, it didn't grow, etc. So... I ignored it.
Sometime 3-4 years ago, it decided to blossom. The main wart is now about one inch in diameter, and there's all kinds of little warts around the surfaces of the food. Between toes, on the sole, on the heel, in-step, and one big one on the knot of bone at the back end of the big toe bones.
Recently, I've gotten some smaller ones on the other foot, seemingly at random placement, including some more toe warts. Not terribly comfortable.
Also, I have a sub-ungial wart on my middle finger, right at the tip, and a flat wart on my thumb on top, at the base of the nail.
I think that's everythign...
But, I've seen two podiatrists, a dermatologist, and even an orthopaedic surgeon (broken ankle a while back and he was advising me on the warts when he saw them).
I can't seem to get rid of these things. The surgeon recommended pulsed dye laser surgery, and I didn't want to go that route until I eliminated the other possibilities first.
I've become more interested in natural remedies lately, so researching got me into reading the forums here, and because I have so many in different extremities, I was hoping maybe some oral solution would work for me?
I've no idea of dosage or the length of time to try, but any help would be very appreciated.
Any help at all would be wonderful.
Thanks in advance,
Thomaswright on 2006-05-08
Any particular suggestions?
Thomaswright last decade
If they are somewhat hard and look like cauliflower, Antimonium Crudum -30 is your medicine.
kuldeep last decade
The Antimonium Crudum would be my medicine. Is that also two doses per day?
Thomaswright last decade
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