The different types of warts are as follows:
These are skin-coloured and mostly found on areas such as the backs of hands, the fingers, the skin around nails, and the feet. They are usually small in size and feel like hard bumps or rough to the touch. They may contain tiny blood clots which appear as black dots.
They appear on the sole of the feet. This is caused by the pressure from walking and standing. As they are also rough and hard in nature, they may be confused with calluses. One telltale sign is the presence of tiny black dots on the surface, which are blood clots.
They are tiny in size but tend to grow in large numbers. The most common areas where they can be found are on a woman's legs, the area of the face where a man's beard grows, and also on children's faces.
These grow fast and appear thread-like and spiky. They tend to develop around the mouth, eyes, and nose. Although they do not hurt, they are annoying, considering the areas where they can be found.
They tend to be small and scattered. They appear as skin-coloured bumps or like a cluster of bumps similar to bits of cauliflower. They can spread easily and, as the name suggests, are usually caught when a person has sex with an infected person. It is advisable to not remove them on one's own but to seek medical help.