Milton Tablets and Warts

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15 years 8 months ago #13040 by Simkin
a few weeks ago Smilie suggested I bathed my wart using Milton tablets. Well, it has had 19 baths so far and as far as I can see nothing has changed. It's on the sole of my foot.

Is it supposed to fall off? Or simply disappear? Is it worth continuing the baths? Getting a bit disappointed :( Would have been so nice to finally get rid of it.

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15 years 8 months ago #201238 by Isla
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If you do it for seven years, it will go. [}:)]

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15 years 8 months ago #201248 by digby
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I would love ot know a recipe to get rid of warts. I have a couple on my foot and a sone has them on his hand.

I have heard ... get a cat to pee on them.

Bye
Digby [:)]

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15 years 8 months ago #201253 by Kiwi303
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a doc and liquid nitrogen does the trick.

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15 years 8 months ago #201254 by Ronney
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Simkin, if you have a wart on the sole of your foot it is called a verucca and left unattended, can become extremely painful. I've had them twice in my life, the first lot were left so long they had to be cut out, the second were burnt out painlessly with ... um, I've forgotten but that dry freeze stuff. So get yourself to the doctor and within 15 minutes they will be gone.

Cheers,
Ronnie

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15 years 8 months ago #201259 by Simkin
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Hi,

I've had liquid nitrogen probably 20 times and it is sooooo painful. Each time I couldn't walk for 10 days and then on the 14th day it was time for the next liquid nitrogen treatment. And I've had that wart for 30 years or so.

Here's what I've already tried:

Duofilm
duct tape
colloidal silver
liquid nitrogen
Thuja oil
calendula
pumice
some black stuff that stinks and hurts like hell (from the doctor)
and now Milton tablets.

So any ideas much appreciated.

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15 years 8 months ago #201264 by Jack
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Gidday

Get yourself some Celadine, a herb, and you just have to pick a leaf everday and dab the bright yellow sap onto the wart at least once a day and the wart should fall off.

I had a couple of growths on my head and a doctor firstly told me they were horn buds because they were situated each side of my forehead. He then said they were precancerous growths that should be gotten rid of. Me, being me who doesn't like doctors decided to treat myself and used celadine sap like I just described and I was effectively dehorned as both these things fell off within a week.

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15 years 8 months ago #201268 by Andrea1
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Dog. It sounds REALLY weird and probably disgusting depending on your take on dogs' mouths, and it takes some dedication... but if you have a dog, put a little butter on the wart and let him/her lick it off, repeating till he's been at it for 5-10 minutes. You have to keep it up for about 2-3 weeks, but it works. Last time we used this "method" my son had probably about 50 warts all over the backs of each hand. In 3 weeks, all the warts were gone.

This apparently goes back to Roman times, when they supposedly kept dogs in temples for the purpose of licking wounds because of the supposed antiseptic qualities in their mouths.

I can't remember where I heard of this, because it's something that's always been in my memory banks, but I've used it on two occasions to get rid of a couple of persistent warts on my hands. I don't know if it's the same virus that causes plantars warts, and I had some of those on one foot for about 15 years and they spontaneously vanished.

Andrea
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15 years 8 months ago #201271 by Neverathome stayhomemum
We got rid of our daughters using a 3 pronged attack! duafilm liquid painted on, then covered with clear nailpolish, and a homopathic remedy - wart off (I think!). Worked well, her hands were covered, and all gone in 10 days.

Freezing them off is real painful and can scar.

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15 years 8 months ago #201272 by Ronney
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Simkin, I just have to ask. Why and how have you had that wart/verucca for 30 years? That is bloody ridiculous. Where on your foot is this wart and is it growing inwards or outwards. Either way, marigolds, duct tape, pumice and baby bottle cleaners are not going to help. Nor is liquid nitrogen (that's what I couldn't remember[^]) if it is deeply imbeded.

The first lot I had (four in total) were left so long thanks to my mother's ignorance that one had imbeded itself so far in that it was touching the bone on the ball of my foot. I was 14 at the time and it was absolute agony to walk. The doctor didn't stuff around, he just deadened both feet, got his scalpel and cut them out. I do recall that I was uncomfortable for a few days after but once the incisions healed I felt like a new person. The second lot came when I was in my early 30's and I recognised what they were and got on to them. Two lots of LN saw them off. It was uncomfortable but not painful and I clearly remember that after both treatments I left the surgery and carried on doing banking, shopping etc.

Stop sodding around with "cures" that are not going to work and lean on your doctor to have them surgically removed.

Cheers,
Ronnie

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15 years 8 months ago #201289 by Isla
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I had verucas cut out, frozen out, burnt out and they continued to grow back. Eventually my body kicked them out. Apparently some people's immune systems will respond to them in time - must work, or with the prevalence of warts in the population, we'd all otherwise have them! If they're painful, consult your physician.

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15 years 8 months ago #201305 by Dream Weaver

Simkin;174468 wrote: a few weeks ago Smilie suggested I bathed my wart using Milton tablets. Well, it has had 19 baths so far and as far as I can see nothing has changed. It's on the sole of my foot.

Is it supposed to fall off? Or simply disappear? Is it worth continuing the baths? Getting a bit disappointed :( Would have been so nice to finally get rid of it.


On warts I am surprised it didn't work. If it is a verruca, then thats abit different and so may not work the same. I was sure for warts it would work as both a son and daughter of mine had them so bad on their hands. Son was seen by specialist, had freezing treatment and painted stuff on etc and all treatments did nothing. But when I was told of the milton tablet in water and to soak the hands for around 10 mins each day, it was brilliant and in around 7/10 days all the warts were gone, they just shrunk then gone! same with daughter. It was pretty amazing.

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15 years 8 months ago #201338 by devan
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I've just got a book "unusual uses for common objects" and i'm pretty sure it said use a alka seltza tablet to get rid of warts. Will check when i get home tonight

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15 years 8 months ago #201349 by Seaside
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You can buy wart plasters that come with a felt disc impregnated with wart-killer (don't know what). Put the disc on the wart and stick a plaster on top and then leave it (for a week or something). Got rid of my son's wart when freezing didn't because it was continually exposing the wart to the wart stuff. We got a pack from our local pharmacist.

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15 years 8 months ago #201365 by DiDi
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And - if it is verruca - get youself to the Health Food Shop and buy a Homeopathic product called Wartoff. My daughter was seen by a Specialist who wanted us to use (can't remember - nasty stuff you use in Foot baths) - having diagnosed Mozaic Verrucas - that means so many of them! -The Wartoff dealt to them in a very short time. Her boyfriend had warts on his hands so gave it to him as well as hey presto - gone and never returned in either case.

Some if hers were quite deep and painful but yours may need surgery if it has been there that long, You could always try this first. All the best.

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