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Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredUnless your warts are painful or make you uncomfortable in some way, there is not much to do on a daily basis. If you are treating your warts, the important thing to remember is to be patient. Many non-surgical treatments may take weeks or months to be effective.
Honor Society of Nursing (STTI) answered
Managing warts on a daily basis requires good hygiene. Doctors recommend that you wash your hands frequently and keep the wart area dry. Try to avoid touching your wart to any other part of your body during the day as this can cause the warts to spread. Covering the wart with a bandage can help you to avoid spreading warts to other parts of your body and to others. If you are using a medication, follow the directions as indicated.
The most important thing is to get the warts treated asap. The aftercare will be determined by the treatment you had. It's imortant to avoid sexual contact, since these lesions can be spread to another person.