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Dead Skin Between The Toes
Why am I urinating frequently every few hours when I do not drink as much liquids? I walk a lot daily. Dead skin between my toes are green. Why?
May be mechanical: Many times this finding is secondary to mechanical irritation caused by adjacent toes rubbing together. Most commonly the 4th and 5th toes. As the toes contract (hammer), the bones in the toes shift slightly allowing the bone in adjacent toe to rub leading to callus formation. This can become quite painful. See your podiatrist for an evaluation and treatment options. Dr l. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Couple of things: Soak the foot in warm water with a mild dishwashing liquid, when the tissue becomes loose, use a towel in a back and forth motion to scrape out the skin. ...Read more
I have a lot of dead skin between all my toes, usually painfree. Sometimes, tho, it tears and hurts.. Why is this, and what can I do about it?
Soak in: Domeboro them it will be easier to peel off the dead skin , may have to be repeated more then once ...Read more
There are small clustered pimples on the sole of my foot, around it is white and ooze clear liquid with dead skin holes. It is not between toes. What?
Pitted keratolysis: Or possibly dyshidrotic eczema or pustulosis plantaris. May need to see a dermatologist. Meanwhile, ventilate feet. Go barefoot at home. Use baking powder (sodium bicarbonate) in sox. Apply Clotrimazole (miconazole, ketoconazole) cream or benzoyl peroxide gel. Benzoyl peroxide is also used for acne. Be careful as it will bleach fabrics. Pitted keratolysis is not serious. It is an overgrowth of cer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Topical antibiotic: And a band aid.Get a more detailed answer ›
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