May 14, 2009 ... Children get a lot of warts. Maybe that's why folklore attributes warts to touching
frogs or toads. Forget that myth. Here are the facts on warts that ...
Nobody likes a wart. Find out why kids get them and how to get rid of them.
If an older child has a simple wart on the finger, ask the doctor ... about whether
this type of home treatment is OK for your child.
Your child doesn't have to kiss a frog to to catch a wart — she might get one on
the pool deck or at a playdate. If she does, what should you do?
A. Many kids get warts at some time in their lives, often on their hands or feet. ...
The treatment is painful -- ask your pediatrician about using a numbing cream ...
Effective remedies for your child's warts. ... Rubbing the wart lightly with an emery
board before treatment can help. Try to put the medicine only on the wart, and ...
They are very common, affecting around one in 10 children. Warts can come up
... You don't need to treat warts, especially if they are not causing any problems.
Information about warts, including causes, symptoms, treatment and when to
refer to a specialist, provided Cincinnati Children's.
Most warts will go away without treatment ... A better solution for your child's wart
may be to try ...