From: "aparent" <Use-Author-Address-Header@[127.1]>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 10:52:06 GMT
Local: Mon, Aug 23 2004 6:52 am
Subject: Re: Wart Remedies (or should I just leave well alone?)
Nik wrote:The freezing process is absolutely painless. I had a wart on
> Now, ds has a couple of warts - one on his wrist and one on his
> bottom. Frankly, given his age (2 1/2) I would probably rather
> leave them. I'm reluctant to get anything over the counter and
> don't particularly want to ask the gp to freeze them off as dh
> assures me this is quite painful.
my pointing finger, just next to the side of the nail, and had
it frozen. Fizz went the liquid nitrogen on a special cotton bud
when it was applied. I happily looked at the frozen wart, and
thought "That's got you, you blighter!". Absolutely painless!
Then, it began to thaw out, and it started to hurt. I abandoned
> Given the length of time that dh has had them and failed toQuite possible. You can help warts on their way by keeping
> build up immunity I'm concerned that ds will still have warts
> when he enters senior school!
them covered up and greased with copious quantities of
vaseline. Another way would be to have them charmed, but
that depends on the person doing it.
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