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Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredAnytime someone experiences a change to their skin, it is helpful to encourage them to seek a physician's diagnosis and care instructions, including warts.
Honor Society of Nursing (STTI) answered
If you are caring for someone with warts, ensure that both you and the person in your care practice good hygiene. Doctors recommend that you wash your hands frequently and keep the wart area dry. Try to avoid allowing the warts to come into contact with any other part of their or your body, as this can cause the warts to spread. Covering their warts with a bandage can help them to avoid spreading warts to other parts of their body and to others. If they are using a medication, make sure they follow the directions as indicated.