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Home Remedies For Small Feet
Not really any.: When I lived in Taiwan - there were still very old women who had bound feet- this crippled and deformed them even though it was done to enhance beauty. ...Read more
Will need: Small shoes. Other than that - nothing bad. ...Read more
No, it is good: You'll find more shoes on sale. Your feet are the right size for you. ...Read more
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What complex?: If you are just concerned about shoe size, people come in all different sizes & there is nothing you can do to change the size of your feet. If you mean that you are concerned that small feet are related to other body parts being small, there is no correlation, so don't worry. If you mean that you feel like you have a "complex" worrying about your feet, talking to your dr or a therapist can help. ...Read more
No.: No. Certainly not indians or chinese! Absolutely not! ...Read more
Hello, I am 20years old and I have a very small feet. Is it possible to my grow feet? And by the way I have high arches
Check family trait.: In all likelihood, because of your age, the chances of seeing a surge of growth in your feet is unlikely. However to be absolutely sure, a thorough examination, including x-rays, would be necessary. High arches or pes cavus, may be part of the picture in evaluating your concerns. ...Read more
Just learned of abnormality in chromosomes, and I have very small feet. I'm 18 and wear a size 2 sometimes 3 in kids shoes could the things be related?
Yes.: Read up on it- whatever your diagnosis is or consult with your physician ...Read more
I have small hands, small feet, my middle bone of my ringfinger is so short that the knuckle is 1 CM more backwards what can it be?
Your condition might be a hereditary condition. Ask your parents if somebody in your family have the same condition. I would also want to know if other parts of your body have the same size problem. You might want to take Xrays.
Considerations would be dwarfism or Growth Hormone deficiency of a condition known as osteogenesis imperfecta ...Read more
Since topical: Antifungals are so readily avialable and are effective - that is what I recommend. ...Read more
Next day: Different operators will give you different advice, but you were probably told to remove the covering after 8 hours or less. Take the evening off from running, keep the area clean and perhaps covered with the ointment or lubricant that was recommended, and get back to the activities you enjoy on the next day. ...Read more
My dad broke his small foot finger the doctor gave him the barouk shoe and he should rest but he can't does it affect his finger?
Fracture shoe: Talking about a 5th toe on the foot. The "baby" toe. If it is well aligned, treatment involves taping it to the 4th toe and wearing a surgical shoe, sometimes called a recovery shoe or a fracture shoe. Rest as much as possible, but some walking in the shoe is ok. ...Read more
Acid and scraping: A otc acid and scraping with a pumice bar will help. If not, you can use the liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide (this is what I like to use). You can also try oral cimetadine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718). ...Read more
Sorry you might be suffering from tinea pedis or.....Athletes foot.
You can try soaking your feet in a vinegar sln (1 cup to 2 quarts water)
treat your shoes with lysol spray
dry thoroughly between your toes.
If the condition continues ask for a podiatry referral. ...Read more
You can try oatmeal bath 1-2 cups in a bath.
Squeeze undiluted lemon juice on itchy skin and allow to dry.
You can also try thyme, basil leaves, juniper berries, aloe vera and mint! Do not apply to broken skin though!
if things get bad you can always try over the counter benadryl, (diphenhydramine) but beware that you will get drowsy! ...Read more
Best treatment is the one that works without cost or pain or risk.
There are so many treatments for wart because there is not a best treatment.
Try treatment from the pharmacy and if that does not work see you podiatrist to clear this up. ...Read more
None: As you age, certain changes will take place. Genetics is a reason for individual differences. Smoking and sun damage and chronic exposure to the elements are major factors. There is a multi-billion dollar industry seeking to con you out of some of your dollars by promises of eternal youth. Don't be a sucker. ...Read more
Elevation of feet.: The cause of swelling and pain needs to be determined. The simplest thing to do is get off your feet and elevate them slightly above heart level. ...Read more
Foot odor: There really is no one best thing to do. Everyone's needs are different. The first best thing to do is see your podiatrist for an evaluation and recommendation for what will work right for you. ...Read more