There are many types of warts that can affect people and while most are considered harmless, often they can be painful and unsightly. They can develop on just about any part of the human body although they are most common on the hands, fingers, feet, neck, and face, and they can affect anyone regardless of age, sex, or race.
Having an understanding of the variety of common warts can give a wart sufferer a better idea about the appropriate avenue for wart removal.
Flat warts are some of the more common types of warts. They can affect adults and children alike but tend to be more prevalent amongst children and teenagers, which is why they are also commonly referred to as juvenile warts.
No....you haven’t developed hand warts because you’ve been playing with toads, or by doing anything else untoward.