If you have one or more small skin growths on your foot, then they could be plantar warts.
What is a plantar wart?
They’re warts that grow anywhere on the foot, including the bottom, top or even the toes (I recommend visiting Jane Hardwick’s website for more information about these and other types of warts).
The amount of warts that develop varies, but it’s not uncommon for them to grow in groups or clusters. These warts look the same as other types of warts. Meaning they’re usually flesh-colored or slightly darker and they have a rough, cauliflower-like surface.
Unlike other warts, which have a raised appearance, warts on the soles of the foot tend to be flat. Naturally, the flattening results from the downward pressure created by the body’s own weight.
If you think you have foot warts, then you should begin to treating them right way. For one, warts are contagious, which means you can spread them to other parts of your body. Furthermore, warts on feet are much more likely to cause pain and discomfort than other types of warts.
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