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Manuka honey and warts on 4yo

(3 Posts)
smellsofsick Fri 15-May-15 13:43:11

Anyone tried this as a cure? Poor old DD has little warts all over arms and a few on her torso. Her sister has now caught them and I'm keen to try something pain-free to try and stop them spreading. DD1 starts school in September and I don't want her to become self conscious. The DDs call them warthogs smile

FannyFifer Fri 15-May-15 13:48:46

Have you brought them to the Dr?
It wouldn't be this would it??
www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Molluscum-contagiosum/Pages/Introduction.aspx

smellsofsick Fri 15-May-15 14:13:14

It might be. I've been reading around it and I think the general GP advice is to let nature take its course. I thought this might speed nature up a bit. She keeps knocking them and making them sore.

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