Small lesions of warts can be treated with topical immunomodulator cream which is approved for treating anogenital warts. Although, it does not destroy the viruses directly, it works on the immune system to help the body fight viruses that cause warts. This method usually used in combination with the other forms of treatments to ensure the most effectiveness of the treatments is archived.
The cream may be used as a monotherapy or combined therapy. It can be more effective if used in conjunction with retinoids due to synergy between the two medications.
After paring the top of the wart and first paring the top of the wart and then the cream is applied nightly under occlusive wraps for 4 to 8 weeks. This can also be treating with salicylic acid and 5-fluorouracil plaster in the morning and imiquimod under occlusion nightly for 8 to 12 weeks.
It usually takes 8-10 weeks for your warts to disappear, but warts may clear as early as 4 weeks.
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