This virus causes the rapid proliferation of skin cells, resulting in the development of benign bumps that are more annoying than dangerous, but which are highly contagious. There are over 70 different subtypes of the HPV virus that cause warts. Different types of virus usually cause warts on different parts of the body. The virus is transmitted by direct skin contact or by touching wet surfaces, such as floors in swimming pools and locker rooms, which have been infected by people who have ants..
Warts usually occur when there is a large crack in the skin at the time the person becomes infected with the HPV virus or in areas where the skin is exposed to excessive moisture., like sweaty feet. A crack in the skin can be caused by cuts or abrasions from shaving, onychophagia and cuticles, chapped skin and eczema.
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