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Treatment of Warts in Children

Since you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you and your child may want to consider treating the wart(s).

Keep in mind that most warts will go away without any treatment. However, this can take up to three years before the wart is gone, which may seem like a long time for a child!

Remember that if your child's wart is growing, changing, or bleeding frequently you should call your doctor.

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