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  1. #26
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    You learn the word when the doc is searing flesh on your foot

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    http://www.wartabater.com/

    we got one of these years ago, it works great. Hurts for 2-3 minutes. When the pain stops, you are finished. If the wart is especially large, it may require a couple treatments. Work the outside toward the center.

    I recommend soaking the wart in hot water for a bit before treatment, it works better on moist skin vs. dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJG View Post
    http://www.wartabater.com/

    we got one of these years ago, it works great. Hurts for 2-3 minutes. When the pain stops, you are finished. If the wart is especially large, it may require a couple treatments. Work the outside toward the center.

    I recommend soaking the wart in hot water for a bit before treatment, it works better on moist skin vs. dry.
    Uhm, maybe a group buy is in order ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Just FYI
    “Plantar” is specific to your foot
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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Just FYI
    “Plantar” is specific to your foot
    Quote Originally Posted by SJG View Post
    http://www.wartabater.com/

    we got one of these years ago, it works great. Hurts for 2-3 minutes. When the pain stops, you are finished. If the wart is especially large, it may require a couple treatments. Work the outside toward the center.

    I recommend soaking the wart in hot water for a bit before treatment, it works better on moist skin vs. dry.
    I you wartabate too much, you might go blind.
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    Post a picture. But if it is truly a wart and you've been trying home treatment that long without success, seeing a professional would seem to be the obvious answer.

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    Sidebar, docs: I had a wart on my fuck-you finger, second joint, back in 1987. It got cut by accident, and went away. It came back in the mid 90’s; I got rid of it with duct tape. A year ago it came back, 25 years later. Do these fucking things ever go away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    Sidebar, docs: I had a wart on my fuck-you finger, second joint, back in 1987. It got cut by accident, and went away. It came back in the mid 90’s; I got rid of it with duct tape. A year ago it came back, 25 years later. Do these fucking things ever go away?
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    ^^^Oh, it’s way too late for that advice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJG View Post
    http://www.wartabater.com/

    we got one of these years ago, it works great. Hurts for 2-3 minutes. When the pain stops, you are finished. If the wart is especially large, it may require a couple treatments. Work the outside toward the center.

    I recommend soaking the wart in hot water for a bit before treatment, it works better on moist skin vs. dry.
    Very tempting...
    I had one more round of the freeze away can left, so picked some of dead skin off the top, applied freeze, then got a bit too much into it and proceeded to hack away again with a razor, applied freeze, repeat one more time. Bled like hell. If this doesn't work Dr. trip is in order this week!

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    Shaving as much away as you can without pain or bleeding taking very think slices with a single edge razor blade before applying whatever you're going to apply is a good idea. Wouldn't be a bad idea to paint the wart and the razor blade with a little iodine first. I don't do it myself but I'm a professional.

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    I found that using a pumice stone after showering helps get the dead skin off. Then sometimes i'd use a clippers and do my own surgery.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Groomer Gambler View Post
    Very tempting...
    I had one more round of the freeze away can left, so picked some of dead skin off the top, applied freeze, then got a bit too much into it and proceeded to hack away again with a razor, applied freeze, repeat one more time. Bled like hell. If this doesn't work Dr. trip is in order this week!
    Update...a few weeks later and it's all gone! I guess my advice hack away until it's raining blood, freeze until you lose all feeling, and only then will it go away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    Sidebar, docs: I had a wart on my fuck-you finger, second joint, back in 1987. It got cut by accident, and went away. It came back in the mid 90’s; I got rid of it with duct tape. A year ago it came back, 25 years later. Do these fucking things ever go away?
    I don't know the medical answer as to whether or not the virus always stays in the body waiting to make another wart. I do know that I've a had few and never had one come back.

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