Skin warts are a very common skin condition, especially in middle aged people, but they don’t pose a significant health concern, rather an aesthetic one. They are actually benign skin growths which usually have the same color as our skin, but can sometimes be slightly pigmented.
Warts most often appear under the arms, on the neck, groin, under the breasts, belly, and eyelids. These are the most common places where they appear, but they could be found everywhere on the body. They are quite common and I think that there’s no person who doesn’t have at least one skin wart.
As we get older, if we suffer from this problem, we can notice the warts getting bigger or more frequent, which can pose a problem, especially if we have in mind that they can also start bleeding. Why they appear is not fully known, but most doctors say that they’re mostly a genetic condition.
Mostly people decide to remove the warts if they pose an inconvenience, or they just don’t like the way they look. The most usual treatments against fibroma or skin warts are electrocoagulation, applantion, radiosurgery and laser, and they are conducted by a dermatologist. Usually they get removed with one treatment, but if there are a lot of them or they are bigger you might need to go a few more times to get rid of them completely. Dermatologists recommend this treatment to be done when it’s cooler outside, like in the winter or autumn, because the patient needs to avoid excessive sweating. After the warts are removed the patient will also most likely have to take antibiotics for 5 days and maintain regular hygiene. This is all required in order to speed up the healing process and avoid complications.
If you don’t want to expose yourself to expensive dermatological treatments there are a few effective ways in which you can eliminate fibroma naturally, at home. One of the most popular ways to do this is with apple cider vinegar, which isn’t a surprise if we know that ACV is the most effective natural remdy for a long list of conditions. Just be careful not to use ACV if you’re dealing with a fibroma around the eye, it can hurt them and cause you eye problems.
This is how you can treat fibroma with ACV:
First you’ll need to clean the area around the fibroma with a mild soap and water. Soak the fibroma for 15 minutes in some warm water and dry it with a towel. Then take some ACV and soak a cotton ball in it. Squeeze the cotton ball to remove the excess liquid and place it over the fibroma. Place a bandage or plaster to keep it in place and leave it on for 15 minutes. Remove the ACV soaked cotton and rinse the area.
Repeat this method three times a day for the next few days up to a week. Within the next few days you’ll notice the fibroma getting darker and it will eventually fall off. If it’s a bigger or deeper one it may leave a scar behind, so you can apply some marigold ointment or Aloe Vera gel to prevent the scarring.
Important notice: You should let the ACV to touch the surrounding skin because it may cause redness.
If you see a scab has appeared stop with the treatment and wait for the scab to fall off on its own. Do not try to remove it forcefully.
A lot of people who tried this treatment say it has helped them significantly. Try it out and tell us your experience. Did it help you too?
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