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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 93% (1005 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 93% (3069 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% (966 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% (2631 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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If the corns are not treated, will there be any problem that would affect my body? It's since 2 years, I'm facing it. Please suggest the needful. Thanks.

Dr. Sajeev Kumar 94% (26658 ratings)
C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
If the corns are not treated, will there be any problem that would affect my body? It's since 2 years, I'm facing it....
The corns need to be treated if they are painful or it can be left untreated . You can try a corn cap to remove it
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I had corn in both feet since 1 year how can I remove it. Please suggest jenuin remedy because I tried to remove with caps but it couldn't work.

Dr. Subodh Bhalke 90% (2279 ratings)
BHMS ,PGDPC , MS (psych.)
Homeopath, Nashik
I had corn in both feet since 1 year how can I remove it. Please suggest jenuin remedy because I tried to remove with...
Take Homeopathy medicine for best results 1) Antim crud 200. 4 pills. 3 times a day for 30 days See the results and contact me for Follow up. Thanks Give Feedback.
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I have corn in my right leg thumb .it's paining a lot when I walk is their any specialist to remove corns.

Dr. Pavan Murdeshwar 93% (2631 ratings)
MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
I have corn in my right leg thumb .it's paining a lot when I walk is their any specialist to remove corns.
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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Corns: What You Need To Know?

Dr. Hiral Kumar Rakholiya 90% (1616 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Ahmedabad
Corns: What You Need To Know?

Use soft padded foot wear. Protect your soles wearing cotton socks with shoes or sandals. Wear padded gloves when using hand tools. To soften corns, soak the affected areas in warm, soapy water, moisturize your hand and feet every day to keep the skin soft. Choose comfortable footwear.

Corns: Everything You Need To Know

Dr. Hiral Kumar Rakholiya 90% (1616 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Ahmedabad
Corns: Everything You Need To Know

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A corn is a tough thickening of the outermost layer of the skin that is frequently subjected to friction, like the skins of our soles or palms. The area could have single or multiple corns. Anyone whose skin is repeatedly exposed to friction and pressure is vulnerable to corns.
Ill-fitting or very high-heeled shoes, certain deformities like the presence of a second toe longer than the first, use of hard footwear, dancing barefoot or frequent twanging of stringed instruments like the sitar and guitar can cause corns. Professionals whose work involves long hours of writing, weight lifting, carpentry or jewellery making are susceptible to developing corns on their ingers and palms.

Patients of medical conditions such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and obesity leading to poor blood circulation in the feet, are at greater risk of complications arising from corns such as bleeding and infection.

The conventional method of treating corns involves surgical removal. But this is not a permanent solution, as corns recur frequently. Nor does it prevent more corns from forming in the same or other areas. Pedicures and home remedies like cutting or trimming corns with a sharp instrument, aggravates the condition and can result in unnecessary injury.

Homeopathy, on the other hand, offers a safe and long-term remedy. Not only does it sidestep a painful and expensive procedure, but it assures a permanent cure. Corns do not recur once treated successfully with homeopathy. Painless and effective homeopathic treatment involves only natural medicines taken orally in the form of pills, making it easy to administer. There are no side-effects either.
 

Apart from homeopathic treatment, certain simple precautions should be taken for existing corns and to prevent them from developing.

Use soft padded footwear or protect your soles by wearing cotton socks with shoes or sandals. Wear padded gloves when using handtools. To soften corns, soak the affected areas in warm, soapy water, Moisturise your hands and feet everyday to keep the skin soft. Choose comfortable footwear that allows plenty of room for your toes. Finally, use homeopathy to, once and for all, banish sore, aching, nasty corns.

The following medicines are helpful in treating corns:

Antimonium crudum 30, 5 pills twice daily: Useful for painful, inflamed corns.
Graphites 30, 5 pills twice daily: Helpful in hard corns oozing sticky discharge.

My wife has corns in foot and she is struggling to walk and we have removed it many times but it is forming again. We are looking for a permanent solution. Kindly Suggest and we are located in Chennai.

Dr. Pavan Murdeshwar 93% (2631 ratings)
MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
My wife has corns in foot and she is struggling to walk and we have removed it many times but it is forming again. We...
Hello. The corns occur in the feet due to various reasons. Identification of the cause helps in resolving it most of the times. Just excising the corn will not prevent its recurrence, Few post op precautions, care and lifestyle changes will be required. Thats what we guide our patients at our center, and hardly we see any recurrent corns. Consult a podiatrist near you to know more and get the best guidance, or you can contact me for the same.
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