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    Planta Wart removed
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    streeter22 posted:
    I had a planta wart cut off just over a month ago. It has been healing fine and just about closed. There was never any infection, swelling or redness of any kind. But to this day I am still unable to walk and put pressure on that foot without having alot of pain. I also have random burning sensations in that foot for no reason. Does anyone know if this is normal and if so how long this pain will last before I can walk normally.
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    Mohiba K Tareen, MD responded:
    Dear Srteeter22.

    Plantar warts are very thick and can cause severe discomfort.
    There are a few things that may explain your predicament:

    -- there may still be wart left behind (the core of the wart).

    --the removal may have caused some nerve damage

    Either way, pls go see the doc that did the removal for follow up.

    I hope that helps


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