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How To Treat The Hard Skin On The Base Of Your Heels
How do I treat my swollen feet, with hard skin by the side making it painful wearing pointed heels i love to wear?
Control the swelling: There are some things that can be done to control swelling. Keeping your legs elevated at rest-above heart level. Compressive hosiery is available over the counter. Getting an evaluation from your physician would be a good idea. Sometimes medications cause swelling of the lower extremity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My girlfriend has tiny hole-like hard skin on her heels and on the pad of her feet, What could this be?
I have two red painful and itchy lumps at the side of my right foot just near the heel at first i thought it was just hard skin
My toddler has itchy yellow hard skin on the heel of one foot. Does this warrant a visit to the doctor?
Cracked skin: Treat your skin daily to re-moisturizing treatments that will help to heal and soothe dry, cracked skin with cerave cream.Though cracking can occur anytime of the year, it is especially common during the dry winter months and in the summer when open shoes are worn. Use super glue to close skin fissures and reduce the amount of pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Moisturize: Use a skin lotion/moisturizing cream on your heels on a regular basis. Use of a pumice stone can be helpful and is a safe way to gently remove buildup. This often needs to be done on a regular basis. If you have dry heels with painful cracks, or are diabetic or have peripheral vascular disease, seek care from a podiatrist. ...Read more
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