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i have a callous on the inside of my baby toes. it hurts really bad. how did i get it? how do i get rid of it?

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Dr. Marshall Solomon
Podiatry 48 years experience
Soft corn bone spur: It called a bone spur hm caused by rubbing of the toes. In fact very common. Treatment is reduction of the callus lesion. If persistent a minimal incision procedure to reduce the spur can resolve the problem. See your podiatrist.
Dr. Thomas Inwood
Podiatry 35 years experience
Callous: This lesion is a called a corn. It can be the result of malignment of the toes or excessive rubbing of the toes for other reasons . This excess pressure actually causes the bone to enlarge causing the corn. It is a simple procedure to remove the spur - but an xray by a podiatrist will show if a spur is present or not. Good luck !

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