پلانتر وارٹس پیروں اور پیر کی انگلیوں کو متاثر کرنے والی بیماری ہے۔ اس بیماری کی وجہ ایچ پی وی وائرس ہے۔ یہ وائرس آپ کے جسم میں آپ کے پاؤں کے نچلے حصے میں چھوٹے کٹ، فریکچر یا دیگر کمزوریوں کے ذریعے داخل ہوسکتا ہے. بعض اوقات پیروں پر نا مناسب دبائو کی وجہ سے بھی یہ شکایت پیدا ہو سکتی ہے۔ اکثر یہ بیماری اپنے آپ ہی ٹھیک ہو جاتی ہے لیکن اس کا باقاعدہ علاج اور معالج سے مشورہ ضروی ہے ۔
Plantar warts are small growths that usually occur on the heels or other supporting areas of your feet. This pressure can also cause the formation of plantar warts under a thick, hard skin layer (callus). Plantar warts are caused by HPV. The virus enters your body through small cuts, fractures, or other weaknesses in the lower part of your feet. Most plantar warts are not a serious health problem and usually go away without treatment. You can try self-treated treatments or consult your wart remover.
While in most cases, the warts resolve naturally, it is essential to give proper treatment to the painful ones. The incubation timeframe or the time gap between the infection and the symptom appearance is estimated to be from maybe a few months to multiple years.
Plantar wart meanings in Urdu is نالی کا مسسا (Naali ka Massa)
Plantar wart signs and symptoms include: The plantar wart symptoms are:
Plantar warts show up due to infection with HPV. This infection happens on the skin’s outer layer. The formation occurs when the virus gets inside the body via small cuts, breaks or even week spots on the feet’s bottom.
While HPV is a fairly common virus with about a hundred types, only few cause the warts over the feet. Other, more common places to infect are the skin areas apart from the feet and the mucous membrane.
Each person's immune system responds differently to HPV. Not everyone who comes in contact with it How one’s immune system responds to HPV varies from person to person; not all those who touch it or are in contact with it go on to grow warts. In fact, even family members react to HPV in different ways.
In any case, HPV types that lead to the plantar wart growth are not that contagious and, hence, transmission from one individual to the other is not easy. However, these strains grow optimally in damp and warm conditions. So, one could contract the virus when they walk around swimming pools without any proper shoe wear on. Furthermore, if the virus ends up going to other areas from the initial infected site, even more warts could materialize.
Most plantar warts are harmless and disappear on their own, though it may take a year or two. If your warts are painful or spreading, you may want to try over-the-counter (nonprescription) medications or home remedies to treat them. You may need several treatments before warts disappear, and they may reappear later. If self-care methods aren't working, consult your doctor about the following treatments:
Anyone can develop plantar warts, but this type of wart is more likely to affect: While plantar warts could occur in anyone, children and teenagers, basically young and very young people are more at risk. Those who have a weak immune system are almost likely. Moreover, those people who had this infection before in their life are also more likely to catch the condition.
Lastly, those who go regularly to damp and warm places like the swimming pool, and walk barefoot near them have a higher risk.
One could take certain precautions in order to avoid plantar warts.