Warts
Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). It is a very common skin problem. There are nearly 100 kinds of warts and different types of warts will affect different parts of the human body, such "common warts" in the foot, and "pearl warts" in the face. “Flat warts" can appear in the face, neck and hands.
HPV can invade the body and develop into warts even if there is no wound on your skin. Warts can be infected in places like swimming pools, gyms and other public places where barefoot walking or sharing towels are common.
If the patient scratches the warts, they might spread to other parts of the body.
Warts can sometimes heal themselves naturally if one is healthy , but the process could take up to a few years. Although warts are usually not harmful to your body, they can cause pain and discomfort, or even bleeding. Consult a doctor to get them treated as soon as possible could be your best choice.
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