Warts Symptoms in Humans
Based on the shape and location of the growth, the type of warts symptoms is divided into five. The first is common warts. Ordinary warts can be identified from its rounded and rounded shape. This type of wart usually grows on the fingers or toes.
The second type of wart is plantar warts. This wart has a flat shape with a hole in the middle which is sometimes accompanied by black dots. Plantar warts grow on the soles of the feet. At first glance, these warts appear to pierce your feet with the skin around the hardened. You will usually feel pain when walking.
The third type of wart is filiform wart. This form of warts like a meat nodule grows the same color as your skin. Filiform warts usually grow around the nose, mulit. Under the chin, and neck.
The fourth type of wart is flat wart. This wart has a shape like a scratch on the skin with various colors (brown, slightly yellow, or pink). Because of its very small shape, sometimes this type of wart is not visible. Flat warts usually grow on the face, arms, and thighs.
The last type of wart is the periungual wart. These warts usually grow under the toenails and hands. The shape is cracked like cauliflower and thickened around the nail plate. In addition, periungual warts also grow in groups. These warts affect the growth of the nails and cause pain.