Plantar warts are a common skin infection on the bottom (plantar) side of the foot. About 10 percent of teenagers have warts. Using a public shower or walking in the locker room of your bare feet after a workout increases the risk of developing plantar warts.
Plantar warts can erupt anywhere on foot. It is difficult to distinguish from calluses. However, in May, will see a small dark brown spots on the surface layer of plantar warts. These are the ends of capillaries. Cornea, no blood vessels, usually resemble yellow candle, and only for areas of exposure.
Plantar warts can be very painful and tender. Standing, walking, press the flat warts. Plantar warts develop on the skin, making it feel that it is a stone in the shoe.
Although May plantar warts disappear on their own, however, should be treated if they are painful. Your doctor will carefully apply the cut, and chemically treated dressing plantar warts. The doctor will also need instructions for themselves.
Patches salicylic acid, applied on a daily basis, and good foot hygiene, including regular use of pumice is often what is needed. However, it can take several weeks to disappear for a plantar wart.