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Old 10-13-2007, 01:24 PM   #1
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Hey i got a wart on my wrist. I've used apply cidar vinegar a couple times and it removed it but it keeps coming back. Anyone try the store bought **** ? What has worked for you?
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Cryotherapy for the win. My dad worked at an office and he'd always bring home tanks of liquid nitrogen for us to play with right before they got a new "batch" or whatever. I think you can by some ghetto cryotherapy at the store, I don't know how well it works though.
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They have that thing that freezes the warts at the store....idk how well that works, i've never got a wart. *knocks on wood*
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knock some numbness medicine (i duno what its called but the doctors put it in u and u get all numbly) and then burn it off with a cigarette....
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Cryotherapy is where it's at. Store stuff might be ok but if you need to use a doctor it's not that bad. I had to get my palm done for a planter's wart and all in all it was like $80 after the bill and copay.
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Hi this is Sol, Sol Rosenberg. I need to have my warts removed. Do they use teh hot pokers? I got warts all up in my *** and genitalia. Click the image to open in full size.
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Hey i got a wart on my wrist. I've used apply cidar vinegar a couple times and it removed it but it keeps coming back. Anyone try the store bought **** ? What has worked for you?
I used the store bought stuff and it worked on two. One it had no effect on and it just went away on its own.

It kinda burns and leaves an unpleasant sensation, but nothing too bad.

Also I ripped one off, by accident, that sucked.

Edit: It sounds like I'm a witch or something, haha.

I had never had a wart in my life and I got 4 in one summer. And by the end of the summer they were all gone and I have never got another one. Weird.
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put a piece of duct tape on it it'll be gone in a couple days.
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i remeber i had 2 warts and they ended up going away on their own after about a year.
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Crysosurgery or go to Walgreens and buy Compund W Salicylic acid. The Compund W method takes kind of long though, I'm on my 4th week and have most of my warts removed, but a few stubborn ones still here.
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put a piece of duct tape on it it'll be gone in a couple days.
Didn't work for me.

It softened it up, and made it sensitive and hurt. But it didn't go away.
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Rub with a $.25 and say, "go away go away you little wart". Worked when I was a kid. Never got another wart.
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Crysosurgery or go to Walgreens and buy Compund W Salicylic acid. The Compund W method takes kind of long though, I'm on my 4th week and have most of my warts removed, but a few stubborn ones still here.
you know whats cheaper than that. Pour a bunch of salt on your wart and then hold an ice cube on it. It will remove the wart and possibly a large portion of your skin around the wart, but the wart will be gone. Good stuff. I had one that wouldnt go away no matter what i did, the crysosurgery or anything, it kept coming back, so I instant frostbite'd that ****** off
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you know whats cheaper than that. Pour a bunch of salt on your wart and then hold an ice cube on it. It will remove the wart and possibly a large portion of your skin around the wart, but the wart will be gone. Good stuff. I had one that wouldnt go away no matter what i did, the crysosurgery or anything, it kept coming back, so I instant frostbite'd that ****** off
Mind telling me some details? How often do I have to put it on? How long until I see some results?
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You could always just knock back a few and get some tweezers and start digging that bitch out. Just stop when you start to really feel it.
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Mind telling me some details? How often do I have to put it on? How long until I see some results?
you just hold the ice cube on, over the salt, for a few minutes MAX, ONCE. I honestly wouldnt recommend it though, in all seriousness. I did it out of desperation because nothing else would work. It would work good if you could safely make sure you were just making contact with the wart, but you'll probably get some of the area around the wart too.

Some of my friends used to see how long they could hold the ice on there when we were younger as a 'whos tougher' dumb kid thing. It gives you a pretty serious burn if you hold it on for too long, one of my friends has a gigantic scar on the top of his hand, reminiscant of that scene in Fight Club now.
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Bite it off and spit it on the floor, or slice it off and feed it to a pet. Rub salt on it to stop the bleeding.
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Bite it off and spit it on the floor, or slice it off and feed it to a pet. Rub salt on it to stop the bleeding.
I got one when I was around 5-6 and I remember I bit that **** off and been good ever since...
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Warts suck, i have liek 6 on my pinky lol, the cider trick worked for me for a few weeks, now there back. Im about to try that salt and ice trick.
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