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Plantar Warts On Toes - Just As Common As Warts On Your Feet by Aaron Jones

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Plantar Warts On Toes - Just As Common As Warts On Your Feet

Most plantar warts occur on the bottom of a person's foot. The reason behind this is that this is the primary way in which the virus that transmits warts of this nature is through direct contact with wet, damp, warm environments containing the HPV virus and open lesions and sores along the bottom of a person's foot. This HPV strand is typically found in warm, damp environments such as pool decks, shower floors and bathrooms. Since the part of your foot with the most direct contact with this type of virus is the bottom, it's far more likely that a plantar wart will appear on the bottom of your foot than on the toe.

However, it is not impossible for a plantar wart to appear on the toe of your foot. Plantar wart on toe symptoms are just as common as regular plantar wart symptoms, though the pain you feel when one is on your foot might be slightly more prevalent than ones on the bottoms of your feet. Your toes, as a whole, are slightly more sensitive than the soles of your feet, making them more likely to hurt as a result of your warts.

Plantar Wart on Toe Symptoms

Plantar wart on toe symptoms include the same pain and discomfort as the warts on the soles of your feet. If you think you have a wart on your toe, you might notice that it hurts to walk and apply pressure to your toes. Since your wart could be on top of your toes, on the bottom of your toes, or even partially in between your toes, there's no telling whether or not you will experience this pain until the wart appears.

Another symptom of a plantar wart is the actual appearance of the wart. Typically outward in appearance, it's not difficult to notice when something of this nature begins to appear on your foot. However, if the wart begins to appear on the tops or sides of your toes, they may be more noticeable than one appearing on the bottom of your toes.

A plantar wart on the bottom of your toes might actually start to head inward. This is due to the pressure that your body applies to your toes when you walk. Your body weight is distributed pretty evenly across your foot, from your soles to the balls of your feet to the tips of your toes. If you do have a plantar in this location, you might notice that it begins to head inward. It might also have a black shape the size of a pinpoint on it, which is actually just a blood clot.

Treatment for Toe Plantar Warts

Like the warts on the soles of your feet, there is not really a treatment plan in place for warts on your toes. The reason for this is that your wart will eventually go away on its own. However, if you have auto-immune diseases, you will need to undergo treatment from your doctor as soon as possible.

Otherwise, most doctors aren't on board with treating plantar warts, mostly because they are painless and self-destructive. However, if you do experience pain with the wart on your toe, you can contact your doctor to discuss treatment. He may recommend some at-home type treatment or he might recommend performing one of many different treatment methods at the office.

These methods range from surgery to injecting the wart to kill it from the inside out before removing it. The treatment method your doctor may or may not recommend depends entirely on your health history, the size of the wart, the number of warts on your toes or feet, and/or the level of pain or discomfort you experience from the wart.

As a whole, there is nothing to worry about when you contract the HPV virus that produces plantar warts. They will not harm your health or kill you. They will probably not even affect your life in any way, shape, or form unless they become painful. Until this happens - and unless you suffer from an auto-immune disease - it is perfectly acceptable to ignore your wart, treat it at home with over-the-counter wart medication, and hope that it goes away on its own sooner rather than later.

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