Homeopathy Medicine for Verruca Plana
Flat warts, also known as verruca plana, are typically painless, harmless, and many of them disappear on their own after several months to years. They tend to be small in size, but they can be numerous, and they can spread to other areas of the body by scratching or shaving.
The human papillomavirus (HPV), which thickens the top layer of skin, infects the surface (superficial) skin to cause these common growths.
Warts are not very contagious and typically require a small break in the skin to become infected. They can spread from person to person or, rarely, by touching an object used by an infected person in humans.
White people are more likely to develop warts than people with darker skin tones, but warts can affect people of all ages, races, and sexes. It is estimated that 20% of schoolchildren have warts. Warts can also appear on people of both sexes.
Warts are more difficult for people who have compromised immune systems (like those with HIV or those who have had organ transplants).
Signs and Symptoms:
The following are the areas where flat warts are most frequently found:
- Face, especially in children
- Backs of hands
- legs, particularly those of women who shave
- in the case of men who shave their beards
Flat warts are typically numerous and may develop in a line due to reinfection within the same person (autoinoculation) from scratching or shaving. Flat warts are very slightly raised, smooth, skin-colored bumps that range in size from 1 to 5 mm.
All cases of verruca plana should be treated with homeopathy because it has excellent antiviral efficacy.