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I have had this one plantar wart on my right foot for several years now. Sometimes it hurts, sometimes it doesn't. I'm starting to get fed up with it though. After doing much research online, I've decided to give the apple cider vinegar treatment a shot. I'm going to start it tonight, so we'll see how it goes!

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***UPDATE*** I've been doing the ACV treatment for about 3 weeks now. The first day I applied it, I went about my business, and didn't feel any of the pain that other people talked about (I did it during the day so that I could sleep in case there was pain). At the end of the day I peeled of the bandaid with the cotton ball and the area was very puffy and round, almost looked like a ring of very white skin. After another day or 2 I noticed the black 'seed' showing in the middle of it. I kept up the process, sometimes applying the ACV for a full 24 hours at a time, sometimes only during the day. About a week ago, it stopped looking like a puffy ring of skin. Since I was constantly keeping it moist with the treatment, I decided to give my foot a day off to see what it looked like when it was totally dry. It appeared that several layers of skin had come off, and it was really hard to tell if the black seed was still there. I actually thought it was totally gone, but honestly I'm not sure what it is supposed to look like right after it goes away. Will the skin still be discolored at all? Should it all feel totally soft, or will it still feel somewhat coarse for a little while? Because I have all these questions now, I have started up again, at least once, sometimes twice applying the ACV. I'm so worried that if I stop too soon it will come back like before. Can anyone tell me exactly how I should handle this? Email me if you have suggestions

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