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How do I manage my flat warts on a daily basis?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

If your flat warts don't bother you or cause pain, you do not need to do anything to them on a daily basis. If you leave them alone, there is a good chance they will go away in one to two years. Be sure not to shave over them or pick at them though, as that may spread warts to other parts of your body. If you do want to remove them, you could try an over-the-counter treatments or talk to your doctor about other options.

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