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Wart removal

(4 Posts)
PwCocopops Sun 21-May-06 09:38:54


My daughter has developed a number of small warts on her first finger and as she sucks her thumb I'm worried they're going to spread to her face.

I've tried off the shelf products but because the warts are so small I can't avoid getting the gel onto her skin and it seems to really hurt her.

Anyone any alternatives?


Auntymandy Sun 21-May-06 09:39:52

go to gp. wart clinic they can 'burn' them off

SueW Sun 21-May-06 09:39:57

I don't know if Wartner can be used on fingers but it worked a treat on DD's verucca when we couldn't get an appointment for cryo at the doc's

PwCocopops Sun 21-May-06 10:14:42

Thanks - I haven't contacted my gp yet - didn't know they could be burned off instantly.

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