Kids and teens get more warts than adults because their immune systems haven't built up defenses against the many types of HPV. People with weakened.
Most warts clear up without treatment, although this can take up to several years. are estimated to have warts, but only 3 to 5 percent of adults. Types of wart include common warts, flat warts, pigmented warts, and plantar.
Most types of HPV cause non-genital warts. Other types cause . Warts in adults may last longer than those in children. Sometimes warts never.
In adults, warts may not disappear as easily or as quickly as they do in The treatment used depends on the patient's age and health as well as the type of wart.