Does liquid wart remover work?
Salicylic acid works to remove warts by exfoliating the skin cells until the wart is gone. The acid may also trigger an immune response to build healthy skin cells in the area. With continued daily application, the salicylic acid solution will often remove the wart.
How long do you leave liquid wart remover on?
If you are using a liquid/gel, apply a few drops or a thin coat of the medication to cover the entire wart, callus, or corn using the applicator if provided. Be careful to apply it only to the affected area and not the surrounding skin. Let dry for 5 minutes.
How long does it take for fluorouracil to work on warts?
This usually takes at least 3 to 6 weeks, but may take as long as 10 to 12 weeks. During the first few weeks of treatment, the skin lesions and surrounding areas will feel irritated and look red, swollen, and scaly. This is a sign that fluorouracil is working.
Can I cut a wart off?
Do not cut off a wart yourself! While it’s technically possible to perform a little “bathroom surgery,” and some people have claimed success using the method, it’s a very bad idea.
Should liquid wart remover burn?
This wart treatment should be well tolerated and easy to use at home. Some mild discomfort, burning, skin redness and peeling is expected while using the wart treatment.
Can I use podophyllin everyday?
Adults and children—Apply to the affected area(s) of the skin and leave on the skin for one to six hours. Treatment may be repeated every week for up to six weeks.
How do I get podophyllin?
One cannot just buy podofilox online or get podofilox OTC in the United States from a pharmacy as it is a medication that requires a prescription before it can be dispensed. Because of this restriction, the first step to getting a podofilox cream prescription is consulting a licensed medical provider.
What happens if you stop using Efudex too soon?
Discontinue Efudix immediately and contact your doctor if you experience any of the following side effects: Stomach problems such as severe pain, cramps, bloody diarrhoea and vomiting. Swelling and soreness of the mouth and tongue. Fever and chills.