If you have Warts on the bottom of your foot, there is no need to worry. Warts are caused by a virus, usually a strain of human papillomavirus (HPV). Dr. Feldman advises his patients that if you have one wart and leave it untreated, they usually multiply. Warts can become very painful and should be treated as soon as possible. Although more common in adolescents, they can occur at any age. If you want to decrease your chance of getting warts, do not walk barefoot in a locker room or at a pool. If you have warts, spray your shower floors with a mixture of water and bleach, because they can easily spread to the rest of the family.
Warts on the feet, generally start off small but tend to get larger, and multiply. Warts on the bottom of the feet usually grow deeper, due to pressure from walking
Quite often patients come to the office believing they have a wart when in fact they have corns or callouses. Dr. Feldman will diagnose and take care of your particular problem. There are number of treatment options for warts. Call Dr. Feldman’s office and make an appointment if you think you have warts.