He doesn't care. It doesn't hurt. Does it matter? What would I even do to get them away? It's a cluster on his big toe and has been there for months not growing/shrinking much. I am not going to sellotape banana to it or any shit like that - he has ASD and will not tolerate it. I could paint some stuff on it nightly if that would help? Tea tree oil or something? Any chiropodists have and wisdom for me
Tried so many things from chemist, (fiddly and ineffective)and long course of freezing by practice nurse.(painful and mostly ineffective) (Only bothered because on my hands, and v.v. small possibility of passing them to children I worked with) What worked, quickly, painlessly, was tea tree oil, applied daily with a cotton bud.Covered it with sock, so DS can't touch/ transfer it elsewhere.
DS had one on his finger as a toddler, we tried loads of over the counter stuff, none worked, the dr wasn’t interested in doing anything saying it’s a virus it will go on it’s own then one day it was gone , he’s never had one since. He had it about 2 years!
This is exactly what I thought OP. DD (who has ASD) had one wart on her thumb. Several months later both hands were covered and new ones seemed to be appearing daily. I tried lots of things but the only thing that worked was Bazuka Max Strength.