Remedies for papillomavirus infection and warts should be prescribed by a doctor after examining the patient and establishing the origin of growths on the skin. You should not remove warts on your own, since in the presence of any neoplasm there is a possibility of malignant degeneration. 
Currently, preference is given to conservative methods of treatment of viral warts.
For example, in the treatment of various types of warts on thin and thick skin, local treatment is used by rubbing ointments with antimitotic, antiviral, keratolytic, caustic components into the formations. 
Depending on the size, location and number of growths, the individual sensitivity of the patient, the doctor may prescribe a variety of ointments for viral warts.
Fluorouracil ointment 5% (cream). Its active ingredient fluorouracil is a cytostatic that inhibits the enzymatic activity of thymidylate synthetase, which catalyzes the process of cell division. When applying the ointment to the wart, the sequence of cell proliferation in the growth is disrupted by blocking the synthesis of viral DNA. Active metabolites accumulate in the tissues of the wart, block cell division in the growths, as a result of which they disappear. The tool also effectively prevents the occurrence of relapses and malignancy.
The drug is very toxic, so even with topical application, you must strictly adhere to medical prescriptions. It is strictly contraindicated in pregnant and lactating women. Even external use can cause weakness, dizziness, dyspeptic disorders, anorexia, and heart disorders. Baldness from local short-term use of the cream is unlikely, but the application site must be protected from sunlight. The drug is a prescription drug.
For viral warts, the cream is applied with a spatula (cotton bud) in a thin layer directly on the neoplasm at bedtime every day for seven days. According to another more gentle scheme, the ointment can be applied once a week for ten weeks. In any case, you need to periodically clean off the dead particles of the wart.
For the treatment of genital warts of genital or anal localization, the ointment is applied directly to the growths or tampons soaked in the ointment are administered intravaginally.
Kolhamin ointment 0.5%. Its main antitumor component is colchamine, an alkaloid of plant origin. Possesses cytostatic activity. The composition of the ointment also includes thymol, an antiseptic and preservative, as well as synthomycin, a component with broad-spectrum antibacterial activity. Contraindications and precautions when using the ointment are similar to the previous one. It is not recommended to apply Kolhamin ointment to the mucous membranes, it also contains ethyl alcohol.
The ointment is applied for 7-10 days on skin growths with a spatula once a day, covered with gauze and sealed with a plaster. Dressings are done daily, while removing necrotic particles of the wart.
When using ointments with antimitotic activity, it is recommended to periodically monitor the composition of the blood, since they can cause leukopenia.
Ointment Viferon. This remedy is a stimulant of local immunity, inhibits the transcription of viral DNA and, due to this action, prevents the reproduction of viruses, helping the body cope with warts of any localization. Tocopherol acetate, which is part of the ointment, due to the ability to stabilize cell membranes and bind free radicals, increases the effectiveness of interferon at times.
The ointment is treated with the affected skin and mucous membranes every 12 hours, that is, twice a day. Suitable for long term use. The ointment is applied in a thin layer with a spatula, allowed to soak and dry. It is not necessary to remove the remaining ointment.
Oxolinic ointment 0.25% also has antiviral activity, it produces a gentle effect, which allows it to be used for warts of any localization, even on the delicate skin of the face and mucous membranes. However, its effectiveness is questioned by many experts. The ointment is applied to the growths and the skin around them two to three times a day. The treatment process is long - from two weeks to two months.
These antiviral ointments have practically no contraindications, except for hypersensitivity. Reactions are usually limited to a burning sensation at the site of application. It is believed that they can be used by pregnant women and children of any age.
Salicylic ointment: for more delicate skin - 2%, for rougher (on the soles) - 5%. The tool works due to the keratolytic (exfoliating) properties of salicylic acid. It is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women and children under the age of twelve. The ointment can cause burns, so use it carefully.
Removal of warts is carried out as follows. The limb, on which there are warts, is steamed in a hot bath. This is especially true of the palmar-plantar neglected growths or large dry warts. Dry and apply with a spatula a small layer of salicylic ointment. Small formations on thin skin are simply smeared with ointment without steaming.
Apply a gauze bandage. After about 12 hours, the bandage is removed and the top exfoliated layer of the wart is gently peeled off, then the ointment is applied again and covered with a bandage (possible under a band-aid) for the next 12 hours.
The process of removing warts, especially large ones, is quite long, about a month, and requires daily efforts.
To speed up the process, you can combine the use of 5% salicylic ointment with tebrofen (3%). The treatment regimen is the same, only first an exfoliating salicylic ointment is applied to the wart, then, after waiting about a quarter of an hour, upstairs - tebrofen, which has antiviral activity. It is used on its own to remove viral warts in children.
Tretinoin cream 0.05% based on retinoids is used to eliminate warts on the face. Before treatment, the skin area with warts is thoroughly washed with soap and water, dried well, then a pea of cream is applied to each wart. The procedure is done daily before bedtime. When going outside, protect treated skin from direct sunlight. In general, this precaution should always be observed, even if it is not indicated in the instructions.
To remove viral warts, not only ointments are used, but also solutions of caustic substances: solcoderm (nitric, acetic, oxalic, lactic acid and copper trihydrate), betadine (contains iodine), trichloroacetic acid, verrukacid. Freezing solution of cryopharm. The destructive effect of the solutions is more effective, however, burns and scars are also more likely if they are used carelessly.
There are plasters and pencils for the treatment of warts, phonophoresis with interferon is used.
In a medical institution, bleomycin sulfate injections are used to treat large warts. This is a drug with a pronounced cytostatic activity. Injections are made directly into the wart. Often one procedure is enough, sometimes it is necessary to make several injections at intervals of three to four weeks. Cytostatics are very toxic drugs, even their local use can lead to a number of complications. Therefore, the possibility of this treatment, the effectiveness of which is high (estimated at 92%), should be discussed with the attending physician.
In the treatment of viral warts, systemic agents are also used that increase the body's immunity, for example, vitamin-mineral complexes, Immunal, Echinacea-Ratiopharm, Immunoplus.
Viral warts have caused physical and moral discomfort in people at all times. Therefore, there are many alternative means to remove them. Opinions about their effectiveness vary greatly, however, many get rid of growths very quickly.
Mostly herbal treatment is used. True, it should be noted that weed-ants that can eliminate warts are poisonous. Therefore, treatment should be carried out under the supervision of a phytotherapeutist and all recommended precautions should be observed.
Perhaps the most famous and simple remedy for removing warts is fresh celandine juice. In the summer, you need to pick a branch of the plant, a bright-desiring liquid will come out on the cut. She lubricates the wart. Such treatment should be carried out daily, however, it is possible only in summer and in places of direct access to the plant, for example, in the country or in the countryside.
You can squeeze the juice from the celandine and dilute it with a small amount of alcohol as a preservative. This solution can also lubricate the growths on the skin.
Apple cider vinegar and regular vinegar are not only exfoliating, but also virucidal.
Vinegar essence is even more effective. It can burn a wart in one application, however, you should be very careful. The skin around you need to be lubricated with petroleum jelly and drip the essence strictly on the neoplasm. It will turn white, loosen, then shrink, darken and fall off.
Many argue that if you seal the wart with an ordinary adhesive plaster, then it will also disappear.
In alternative medicine, this ointment is used to combat warts: two parts of green walnuts, finely crushed, are rubbed with one part of kerosene. Infuse for a month, squeeze out the resulting liquid. She regularly lubricates warts at least twice a day. They should be gone in about a week.
Also, daily applications of garlic gruel are made, which are applied to the growths under a bandage at bedtime.
In addition, the use of vegetables and fruits, freshly squeezed juices from them, vitamin teas from rose hips, leaves and shoots of raspberries and currants, citrus fruits, sprouted buckwheat, wheat and other cereals will help strengthen the immune system, and warts will eliminate themselves.
Alternative treatments have helped many people get rid of skin growths, however, before resorting to such treatment, you need to make sure that you have a viral wart and not a malignant neoplasm.
Hard palmoplantar warts, dry and keratinized, require the appointment of antimony sulfide (Antimonium crudum). This drug can also be prescribed for growths of other localization - in the nasopharynx, anogenital zone.
With papillomatosis of the mouth and throat, silver nitrate (Argentum nitricum) is prescribed; anal warts -
Hemp (Cannabis), Cossack juniper (Sabina); genital: men - more often Lycopodium, Red mercury sulfide (Cinnabaris), women - Cossack juniper (Sabina), Gonorrheal nosode (Medorrhinum).
With flat youthful warts, Celandine (Chelidonium), Nightshade (Dulcamara), Iron (Ferrum metallicum), weeping and itchy -
Nitric acid (Nitricum acidum), Thuja (Thuja) are indicated.
In the treatment of viral warts, many drugs are used, the correct appointment should be made by a doctor who will take into account not only their type and localization, but many other symptoms and characteristics of the patient, and also determine the required dosage. Then the treatment will be successful and fast.
Removal of viral warts
The most effective and fastest method is destructive therapy. Surgical removal of viral warts with a scalpel is usually resorted to only in cases of atypical formations requiring histological examination. 
If the origin of the build-up is beyond doubt, then radical methods of eliminating neoplasms that are not related to surgical interventions are recommended.
Electrocoagulation - removal of warts with a needle electrode by exposure to high frequency currents, simply - cauterization. Allows you to eliminate several not too large growths in one session. The duration of the procedure is 15-20 minutes. At the site of the removed warts, dryish crusts remain, falling off on the second or third day after the procedure. It is considered a rather gentle method, it is applied on the face and any other available places.
Cryodestruction (freezing with liquid nitrogen) - a cryoprobe with a nozzle of the required diameter is pressed tightly against the neoplasm for a period of one to five minutes. If necessary, for example, a large growth, removal of the viral wart with liquid nitrogen is repeated a week or ten days after the previous procedure. , 
More modern methods are the removal of viral warts with a laser, that is, their layer-by-layer evaporation. The time of the procedure, as, in fact, in other cases, depends on the size and number of warts. You can get rid of all formations in one session.
Another modern method is radiosurgical destruction using high-power electromagnetic waves that cause tissue destruction at the point of contact with the radioknife electrode. 
The last two methods can lead to the formation of scars in the places where large warts are removed.
After removal, the patient is prescribed a course of antiviral drugs to prevent the recurrence of the disease.
No method guarantees that warts will not reappear. Firstly, you can become infected again, and secondly, outwardly healthy surrounding tissues could be infected.