The mainstay for wart therapy are the keratolytics such as salicyclic acid. They may be available in solutions or plasters and they may be readily bought over the counter.
Warts do have various classifications and treatment varies depending on the type of wart. Flat warts may be treated using liquid nitrogen therapy and topical retinoic acid gel may also be helpful. However, it is important to note that these medications may be abrasive and they have their side effects. Never apply any cream or medications on the affected area without informing your physician about this.
There is really no single effective medication for warts. It is important however, that you follow your physician's advice. Combined therapy is usually needed.
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