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my daughter's corns

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by Unregistered, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. Unregistered

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    my daughter who is 8 years right now has been having corns (one each on the ball of the feet, one on one of the big toes and one on her thumb) ever since she was three. the corns fall off every few months but come right back. we keep changing her footwear every six months (due to increase in shoe size)- in school for half a year she has to wear black leather shoes and for the rest half, ceds- so, how can it be the shoe problem, i wonder? she is thin frammed and tall and loves jumping about- she refuses to wear slippers at home. we have done it all from applying corn caps, creams and are currently taking homeopathy pills for the same- it's not helping- please help.
     
  2. FootDoc

    FootDoc New Member

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    Especially, as you report that she has the same lesion on her thumb, it sounds like it is more likely a wart than a corn. But without seeing it, I can only guess. If you wish both the feet and the hand treated, I would advise that you see a dermatologist for an actual diagnosis and care.
     
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