Wart on toe for about 8 years, how to get rid of it?

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ive had this on the underside of my toe for about 8 years now, its not grown or shrunk or changed. how can i get rid of it?

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    raw apple cider vinegar. soak in a small cotton pad to cover the wart and tape over night, put a sock on to secure.

    remove on the morning and file using an emery board. it will become painful as essentially the ACV is acid but stick with it!

    my daughter had 11 verrucas on her foot and i did this method, 2 months later shes free of them.

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    The most effective method I have used is to put a corn plaster over the wart and leave for 4 days when the wart should have turned white and has been softened and killed{its a virus}. It should be fairly easy to remove but you may have a sore patch. You can keep it covered with an ordinary plaster until its healed completely. You are lucky that this hasnt spread but it may be quite deep and need several attempts before it completely has gone.

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    I have tried to put my feet in hot water, then pick the place and let blood to come out. However, sterilize whatever you are using. Afterwards, went to a doctor and he put something, i think it was some kind of stones that burn, they were like paste. After some time gone...

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