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Are you plagued with a foot full of verruca? Too embarrassed to go to yoga? Wearing your socks to the beach? We get you; verrucae can be embarrassing and uncomfortable.
A verruca is a wart on the foot, called a plantar wart. They are bumpy in appearance like a mini cauliflower but flatten from the pressure of walking. They can reach up to ½ inch in diameter or present in clusters of many small verrucae and are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV).Verrucae are harmless and have no real side effects. Although, sometimes they can cause a slight pain if you get one on a weight-bearing area where hard skin can build up. Non-weight-bearing verrucae lesions do not tend to cause pain.