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I have 8 corn in my foot .tell me some thing. I have used corp cap etc. Please suggest.

Dr. Shashank 91% (619 ratings)
Ms. Counselling & Psychology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I have 8 corn in my foot .tell me some thing. I have used corp cap etc. Please suggest.
Use homeopathic medicine antimonium crudum-30 daily 2 times 5 pills at a time and apply bio force corn ointment daily night and revert back after 15 days there will be definately improvement.
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I have a corn on my index finger that causes moderate pain when touched. please suggest.

Dr. Julie Mercy J David 92% (14730 ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
I have a corn on my index finger that causes moderate pain when touched. please suggest.
Treat with ultrasound which will help you to reduced with pain. To remove the corn totally apply moisture creams like paraffin oil or soft creams which will remove the corn.
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Treatment of Corns!

Dr. Radhika A (Md) 85% (10 ratings)
MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi
Treatment of Corns!

Treatment of Corns

Homeopathic Treatment of Corns
Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Corns
Surgical Treatment of Corns
Dietary & Herbal & Herbal Treatment of Corns
Other Treatment of Corns
What is Corns
Symptoms of Corns
Causes of Corns
Risk factors of Corns
Complications of Corns
Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Corns
Precautions & Precautions & Prevention of Corns
Treatment of Corns

Homeopathic Treatment of Corns

There is effective treatment for Corns in homeopathy. Homoeopathic treatment for Corns is completely painless and safe. Corns treatment may last up to a total duration of six months. However patient gets relief from pain much earlier. Following are some homeopathy remedies for corns.

Antim c
Ranunculus
Calendula
Bryonia
Pulsatilla 

Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Corns

Allopathic anti-inflammatory medicines give you relief at the cost of your Immunity. The attention of a physician may be required if there is numbness, reduced feeling, or severe pain.. Medical attention is not usually required unless diabetes mellitus, poor circulation, or other problems make self-care difficult. 

Surgical Treatment of Corns

In some cases, surgical correction of the bony prominence that is causing the high pressure may be needed.

Dietary & Herbal & Herbal Treatment of Corns

Eat food such as spinach, cucumber, cherries and raspberries.
You can get alkali from millet and buckwheat grains.
Maximize the use of fresh organic vegetable and fruits
Avoid the processed and junk foods.
Maximize the intake of vitamin A, B complex, and C in your diet.
Avoid saturated fats, white flour, fried foods, sugar, alcohol, red meat, coffee, chocolate and soft drinks.  

Other Treatment of Corns

Remove bunching of socks, irritating stitching from socks, or any other local irritant.
Wear properly fitting shoes.
Try using doughnut-shaped corn pads, which may relieve pressure on corns. 
 

What is Corns?

Corns (also called clavi) are specially-shaped calluses of dead skin that usually occur on thin or glabrous (hairless and smooth) skin surfaces, especially on the top of toes or fingers.

Symptoms of Corns

Increased pressure on toes and
Irritation on toes
Inflamed skin.
Painful walking 

Causes of Corns

People who do lots of exercise, put more pressure on their feet.
Prominent bones in your feet can press against your shoes.
Poorly fitting footwear.
Poorly healed fractures.

Risk factors of Corns

The following are factors that increase your risk for Corns:

Weight gain
Old Age
More common in women than men
Bunions, hammertoe and other foot problems and deformities
Physical activities that cause pressure on the skin
Bad-fitting footwear.

Complications of Corns

Complications can occur if corns are not treated properly. Some of the most common complications are:

Infection
Development of a fluid-filled sac beneath the corn
Development of an ulcer 

Diagnosis of Corns

If you are getting constant foot pain, must report to your GP (general practitioner, primary care physician) about it. Your GP will examine your foot to look for any signs of corns.  The GP will interview the patient and ask about his/her lifestyle. The patient’s footwear may also be checked. There will be a physical examination. If the doctor suspects there may be an underlying bone structure problem the patient may be referred for an X-ray.  It (X-Ray) helps identify how and why a bone is causing a corn. Some times GP also recommend a pedobarograph, which can be used to examine foot pressure patterns. 

Precautions & Precautions & Prevention of Corns

Inspect feet regularly.
Wear properly fitted shoes.
Trim toenails straight across, but not too short.
Wear properly fitted socks with no irritating stitching.
Don’t ignore foot pain — it’s not normal.
Wash feet regularly
Don’t wear the same pair of shoes every day.
Avoid walking barefoot

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I have deep corn in my feet. I used corn cap for 2 months but didn't see any changes. Please help me?

Dr. Sathish Erra 87% (11207 ratings)
BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I have deep corn in my feet. I used corn cap for 2 months but didn't see any changes. Please help me?
Soak, soften, and file. Soak your feet in warm water and use a pumice stone or callus file to reduce corns and calluses. Gently move the stone in a circle or side-to-side to remove dead skin. You can do this in the shower too.
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Hi, I have got corns in my leg finger I already had operated it 1s but again it has come so Please suggest me any medicine.

Dr. Manvinder Kaur 91% (1063 ratings)
PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hi, I have got corns in my leg finger I already had operated it 1s but again it has come so Please  suggest me any me...
wear properly fitting shoes to avoid corns in future and using protective pads. Medicated patches can help remove corns .
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I have foot corns. My doctor suggested me anti crud and Silicea medicine one tablet each in morning and evening. For how long should I take these medicines to cure corn and for how long should I apply corn caps?

Dr. Karuna Chawla 94% (5121 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I have foot corns. My doctor suggested me anti crud and Silicea medicine one tablet each in morning and evening. For ...
U should ask your consulting physician. Homeopathy has good results in removing corns, I don't think you will need corn caps.
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In my legs many corn. How to remove the corn? I treat homeopath medicine but I don't relief.

Dr. Prashant K Vaidya 94% (12746 ratings)
Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
In my legs many corn. How to remove the corn? I treat homeopath medicine but I don't relief.
Homeopathy have effective medication for corns.. Apply a shea butter on corn while sleeping time.. Wash it with good soap if its opened to prevent infection.. apply ice packs to releive pain of its paining.. apply shea butter with some good moisturiser to smoothen corn ..
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I have Foot-corn in my upper side of food, its 5 month old, can you please suggest me how to remove it?

Dr. Manvinder Kaur 91% (1063 ratings)
PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I have Foot-corn in my upper side of food, its 5 month old, can you please suggest me how to remove it?
Soak your foot in warm water. Make sure the corn is fully submerged for about 10 minutes or until the skin softens. Use corn caps. In rare cases ,surgical removal is required
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How to remove corn in my two legs? I have many corns. I also use corn cap but I don't relief.

Dr. Pavan Murdeshwar 93% (3210 ratings)
MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
How to remove corn in my two legs? I have many corns. I also use corn cap but I don't relief.
Hello. The corns are difficult to treat and even more to prevent recurrence, At our center we do take care to solve both this issue. The corns, once they grow into the subcutaneous layer, then the corn caps or acid based creams are of no use. The excision will give you a complete relief of the acute symptoms. Further recurrence prevention will be guided to you accordingly. U can get in touch with me online for knowing any more details.
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