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Blinking heck

(5 Posts)
FabulousBakerGirl Wed 03-Jun-09 12:38:06

DS has a blister or a wart on his hand. Not necessary for a GP appointment and just realised I was near a pharmacy this morning.

He is 3. What should I be doing if I was a proper mother?

missmama Wed 03-Jun-09 13:19:47

Mine always had his warts burned off when he was little.
With the freezing liquid.
They gave him a cream to put on first so that it would be numb and not hurt.

FabulousBakerGirl Wed 03-Jun-09 13:34:55

Do I need a GP appointment?

missmama Wed 03-Jun-09 22:21:47

Its a Mum call I am afraid. The right thing is whatever you think is best.
It might hurt him if he has it removed or it might not.
Does he find it annoying?
Does it hurt or bother him in any way?
Warts will go away on their own eventually

You could always ask your childrens nurse or health visitor

FabulousBakerGirl Thu 04-Jun-09 08:11:11

I have got something natural from the chemist and will see how we go with that.

Thanks for replying.

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