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I have been trying apple cider vinegar on mosaic verrucae for a year and a half now. It certainly controls the growth but I cannot get complete rid of them. I am in a circular pattern of loads of skin coming off in the bath, like they've gone but soon after the 'growing' sensation occurs and I'm back to square one. I have had them for 22 years now and am really fed up. Doctors don't want to know and nothing seems to work. I have tried everything out there and nothing works. I have leukopenia - a weak immune system which led me to having Hodgkins Lymphoma which was 'cured' but the verrucae have remained persistent throughout. Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

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    just keep going, all you see is the surface if you imagine it shrinking in size in terms of its depth. Mine took a good year to get rid of but I only had it for a couple of years before discovering this forum. Dont forget the duck tape to stop the air getting to it

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    hang on in the there. ACV helped me get rid of mine. 12 hours a day of cotton pad soaked in ACV covered with duct tape. take it off and let your skin breathe when you go to bed at night. good luck

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    Verruca vulgaris is the common wart. Verruca vulgaris are common warts, which are caused by infection with human papillomavirus. Such warts can develop anywhere on the skin and frequently appear on the cuticle (the skin at the base of the nail) and sometimes the area beneath the nail

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