CORNS

Thickened layers of skin caused by pressure or friction that occur on a soles of the foot or on the palms with or without pain A corn is a small area of thickened skin that occurs on the soles of the foot.  It is usually the result of friction or pressure from shoes.  A callus may develop on the hands or feet in areas where pressure or friction occur.Neither of these conditions are serious. Cutting the corns with the blade or by prick will increase in size as well as in numbers.

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Neither of these conditions are serious. Cutting the corns with the blade or by prick will increase in size as well as in numbers.Wear well-fitting shoes and protect the hands while working, and application of white petroleum jelly or olive oil will reduce the suffering

Hardened area on the hands or toes with or without pain, single or multiple Usually, removing the cause of the friction is the treatment needed.  If the corn is a result of a poor fitting shoe, changing shoes will usually eliminate the corn in a period of weeks.  Until then, the skin can be protected with corn pads or felt.  People with diabetes mellitus need special foot care if these problems develop.

If infection or ulceration of the foot or hand occurs in an area of callus or corn formation, the tissue may need to be removed by a foot specialist.

In homoeopathy medicine like Anti crud, Graph, Thuja , Silicea are used for the treatment. The proper analysis of the case with the qualified homoeopathic physician will give the better results.