My daughter has to many warts
hello my daughter just keeps getting warts on her hands rightn now I gueeing she has about 40 of them on her hands she just keeps getting themm now I noticed the othe day that one of her warts is taking off her fingernaill I have taken her to the dr and hes only burnt off one but that really hur t her she is only 8 ive tryed everything not sure what to do now can u help me out thanks
It should not have hurt. They need to be removed or she will get more. My daughter had about 20 removed. They never came back.
Anne is right, it should not hurt to have them removed. Warts are caused by a virus, so ask the doctor what he suggests. Try another doctor but insist they use anesthetic so that she does not feel pain. For small ones you can try using Compound W wart remover.
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