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Oh my goodness, I have had 2 plantar warts since I was 15 and I am now 28. I have tried almost everything from gorilla glue, crazy glue, duct tape, many painful visits to my doctor and nothing would get rid of these suckers! I thought I would have to hide my foot forever! But thankfully I read up on some natural home remedies to get rid of them. I used 50% white vinegar and 50% water, I'd take a little tiny bit off a cotton ball and dip it in the vinegar mixture and used waterproof bandaids. I'd change them twice a day, and after the first day I noticed crators where the warts were, and the skin around them getting hard and white, then after a few days they started getting this black tinge to them and on day 7 these 'seeds' I guess you could call them pretty much just fell out of my foot. Just for my on peace of mind I kept the mixture on the holes for the next couple of days to make sure they wouldn't come back. Then to help with the healing I put polysporin and a bandaid on so there wouldn't be any infection. 13 years of these embarrassing uncomfortable monsters on my feet, only took a little more than a week to get rid of with a french fry condiment!!

Seriously, use this remedy! You won't be sorry!!

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I've got a question there's a really itchy wart thing on my toe me and my parents arnt quite sure what it is they think it might be planters wart but it isn't black or silver or any other colours they are and it isn't painful it's itchy and it looks kind of like a whole bunch of clustered mosquito bites what do you guys think it is


The difference between a plantars wart and other skin problems is that it disturbs the natural pattern of lines on your foot. If you think it might be plantars warts, starting treatment early will make it much easier to deal with. You can always check with your doctor to be sure, even if you want to try to deal with them yourself.

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