How to Remove Fibroma and Other Skin Warts All By Yourself?
Fibromas are growths on the skin, which are benign tumours of connective tissue. They look like small nodes, and their size can vary from 1 millimetre to 1 centimetre. They usually have the same colour as the skin, but they can also be lighter in colour.
They are not dangerous, but their number can increase, and they can become an aesthetic problem. They usually appear on the neck, the armpits, the crutches, under the breasts, the stomach and the eyelids.
However, they can also appear on other parts of the skin. Almost every man has at least one fibroma, so fibromas are not rare.
Fibromas can also get inflamed, start bleeding or get bigger. Their number and size increase gradually over the years. Even though the reasons for the appearance of fibromas are not known, fat deposits contribute to their presence.
The number of fibromas can vary from a couple to several hundred. A doctor can diagnose a fibroma, and a dermatologist can prescribe further treatment.
Fibromas are removed usually during the winter months when the weather is colder; there is less sun and sweating is rare.
A dermatologist usually removes a fibroma by electrocoagulation, radiosurgery or laser surgery. Only one treatment is needed unless there are more fibromas. Then, the procedure must repeat.
After the removal, the wound treats with an antibiotic, usually hygiene and showers for five days. After the surgery, for several days, sweating and hard physical exercises should be avoided for the healing to be successful and with no complications.
How to use apple cider vinegar for removing FIBROMAS?
Apple cider vinegar is considered to be one of the best and most effective homemade remedies.
It can use for the treatment of different health issues including fibromas due to its acidity.
Don’t use apple cider vinegar near your eyes as you can irritate them.
Removing FIBROMAS with Apple Cider Vinegar!
Carefully wash the area around the fibroma with water and soap.
First, soak the fibroma in water using a cotton ball. Then, soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar. Then, secure the cotton ball on the fibroma with a bandage. First, the fibroma will become dark, then dry and in the end, it will fall out.
Due to the size of the fibroma, a scar can remain, which should treat with aloe vera gel or English marigold cream. If the fibroma were not rooted in the skin, the injury would disappear altogether.
The vinegar should not spread on the skin near the fibroma as it can irritate.
Don’t use apple cider vinegar when the fibroma gets dry.
Don’t remove the fibroma. Leave it to fall out by itself.