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What is a plantar wart? A plantar wart is a thick, rough skin growth on the bottom of your foot. Plantar warts are benign (not cancer).

What causes a plantar wart? It is caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a germ that spreads through direct contact. It usually enters the skin through cuts or scratches on the bottom of your feet. You may get a plantar wart if you touch someone else’s wart.

What increases my risk for a plantar wart? They occur more often in children and young adults. People with a weakened immune system are also at higher risk. Your risk is increased if you walk barefoot. It is also increased if your feet touch warm, moist areas, such as a shower stall or locker room.

What are the signs and symptoms of a plantar wart? Plantar warts most commonly form on pressure points, such as the heel or ball of your foot. 

You may have any of the following:

  • A flat, gray, brown, or flesh-colored growth
  • Black dots in the center of your wart
  • One wart or a cluster of them
  • A Small wart that grows in size
  • Pain or tenderness when you walk or stand

How is a plantar wart treated? Your wart may go away on its own. You may need several treatments over weeks to months before its cured.

How can I prevent another plantar wart? 

  • Wash your hands: Wash your hands before and after you touch your wart. 
  • Avoid direct contact with warts: Do not scratch or pick at your wart. Do not touch someone else’s wart.
  • Do not walk barefoot in public places: Wear shower shoes or sandals in warm, damp areas. This includes showers and swimming areas.
  • Keep your feet clean and dry: Change socks often to avoid damp feet. If your shoes are damp from sweat, set them in a place where they can dry out before you wear them again. Treat your shoes and socks with an anti-fungal disinfectant.

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