Foot pain corns

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130 Regular in medicine on diabetics as prescribed by my physician. I am having two corns on left foot since last one month. It is painful while walking . My regular morning walk is discontinued because of the corn problem .Should I use corn caps available accross counter drgug store ? or Should it be removed by a surgon doinf minor surgery only . Also, one month back, my left index finger got a nick near the nail and nail is also cut deeply.
I walk different now and I know I put more pressure on my left leg. I believe these are corns on the ball of my left foot. Somedays the pain is horrible. I can not go to a foot doc at this time because I lost my insurance when I lost my job due to my back. ANY suggestions would be helpful. I have tried the corn removal liquid fromt he store but I can not get them to go away. I am at my wits end with these things. Help.
Bunions, blisters, plantar fasciitis, corns and calluses, stress fractures, heel spurs, athlete's foot, fungal toes, plantar warts, bursitis, Achilles tendonitis all can cause pain in foot. A detailed clinical examination is extremely important for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Consult an orthopaedician and get evaluated. I hope it helps. Best luck and regards!
I have a callus looking thing on the outside of my small toe and a knot on the inside between my other toe. I have had these for sometime but, now I am expereincing pain in my foot and knee as well. I can't get up in my foot and leg without severe pain. I have also been expereincing stinging in my foot and leg. I buy shoes often because my feet hurt so bad. I have also been using dividers between my toes to releive the pain and shock but, that does not work anymore. Suggestions please.
I walk with this foot slightly turned out, and this foot and leg is the one I have neuropasthic pain in. I went to see my neuro rehab Dr the other day and they Dx weakness in the toes and slight weakness in the foot. They referred me to Orthrotic whom I went to see yesterday. He could see that there is wear on the top of my toes and felt if this continued I would end up with corns.
My right foot on the inner side of the foot near the arch of the foot had a small ball, swallown and painful could not bare to touch not even with a blanket the pain was so profound couldn't walk because of the pain and it felt like I was carrying a huge heavy rock. what can it be?
If a bone spur is in your foot, changing footwear or adding padding or a shoe insert such as a heel cup or orthotic may help. A podiatrist (foot doctor) may be consulted if corns and calluses become a bigger problem. Bone spurs can be surgically removed or treated as a final option. Take care!
As soon as I got home, the pinch had turned into a tiny bump. I soaked my foot in water with different organic substances and attacked it with antiseptic lotions. There doesn't seem to be an infection - no discoloring or pain. However, what started as a tiny bump has grown into a fairly large bump that is very squishy. As if its filled with puss or water. http://img824.imageshack.us/img824/1967/bumph.jpg Here is an image of what it looks like.
front top arch of foot in great pain (location is between where foot joins leg).
One in the lower leg muslce and the other on the interior right side of leg. No visible sign of knots but some pain when touched or rubbed.
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Take anti inflammatory drugs, wear appropriate footwear and wait till the inflammation decreases. There is no reason to remove calluses or corns unless they are causing you pain. After the inflammation decreases you can follow the soak and scrub method or using moisturizer in a regular way. If this does not help you can visit a physician for an intervention. Take care!
underneath the callus that drives me insane. I have to shave, rip, rub at the skin until I cause a significant amount of pain in the area and the "throb" goes away. It is not a regular occurrence but i probably do it twice a month minimum to maybe four times. I have drawn blood and have bought a pedicure knife to shave the skin off when it happens. I am guessing that the callus is pushing on a nerve? Not sure and wondering if there is relief that doesn't involve cutting my callus off?
I thought I'd tell you all this story, might help someone here; About 8 months ago my wife was having terrible foot/ back pain problems. She was getting what looked like "friction burn" and corns on her toes. Painful enough that walking was a torture, and a woman I normally can't pull out of a shoe store was wearing sandals most of the time, going barefoot at work/home when she could.
However, if I apply pressure in the center of the infection I feel a sharp pain. I'd really have to apply a large amount of pressure before I start yelling, otherwise it's just like sticking a needle in your toe. Before all this I felt no discomfort, just the annoyance of taking off my socks and noticing it. So now, I've got this hole in the center and a dark spot, possibly dry blood. The rest of it seems very tender and is white. I've also posted links to some photos I've taken.
they said the next step is surgery. I dont really want my 2 year olds foot cut on b/c the pain will be intense and he will not be able to walk.
I had never had any expierence with these warts and as such when my foot started hurting, I ignored it, but soon it became difficult to walk. I play basketball and found my foot in pain every time I played. I went to a foot doctor and was told I had a plantar wart. He told me about the different approaches (cut it out, freeze it, lazer it) but I knew all these things would precede to have a few weeks recovery time, so he said I could try Dr.
pageid=3333 Fallen arches (flat feet) can cause problems such bunions, callus, corns, achilles tendonitis, shin pain, severe heel pain, knee and ankle pain if not supported correctly so it is a good thing she will see the specialist soon. Best wishes.
I used to work for an orthopedic foot/ankle surgeon. These old gals would come in wearing moo-moo's w/knee hi's..LOL and sit up on the table.........you get the picture...it ain't perty either!
The only other things I have going on that MAY be related, is an upper back pain/numbness... unknown cause. Been going on for years though. No diagnosis. So basically I'm out of ideas, and about to go insane. It's terrible at night not being able to sleep because of that feeling, and not being able to sleep with my girlfriend because I keep her awake with my constant moving around and itching...
I have to tried variety of medicines (including homeo) for GERD but nothing works. Usually I don't blurp a lot. But there is lot of pain (not pain exactly but sort of strange feeling on the upper part of the stomach and doctors say this is common due to GERD) But I must say that I felt a lot better with had the candida related drug (Called Threelac bought from US). Usually I feel worse during the winter. Nowdays I feel much better bcos I almost quit eating meat and eating outside.
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