When I was 13 years old I came down with chicken poxs for the first time. The 2 blisters that formed on my face poped. I did have a scar after the blisters poped , but now I'v noticed a white looking wart forming were the chicken pox scars are. Is this normal or should I see a doctor? I have been thinking of having them removed due to it being on my face.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:wart issueWhen I was 13 years old I came down with chicken poxs for the first time. The 2 blisters that formed on my face poped. I did have a scar after the blisters poped , but now I'v noticed a white looking wart forming were the chicken pox scars are. Is this normal or should I see a doctor?<br />I have been thinking of having them removed due to it being on my face.
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Report This| Share this:wart issueHi Anon_161994,<br /> <br />Please see a dermatologist for help if you have any new lesion or growth as it's not possible for anyone to be diagnosed or treated over the internet.<br /> <br />You may want to use read this article:<br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/tc/skin-changes-topic-overview">Skin Changes - Topic Overview</a> and take a look at the <a href="http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/slideshow-common-adult-skin-problems">Adult Skin Problems Slideshow</a> before your doctor's visit.<br /> <br />Take care!<br /> <br />- Annie
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