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I Get A Strange Calluses On The Tops Of My Big Toes
Warts: Calluses are usually due to excessive pressure against a particular bone. Calluses on top of the big toes may be due to the toes rubbing against the shoes or they may be warts. If they are "strange" and have little black dots in them, then they are probably warts. You can get them evaluated and treated by a podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Callus is a noun meaning a localized thickening of the skin, and a verb meaning to form that skin thickening (especially on the palm of a hand or the sole of a foot, caused by repeated pressure or friction). Callous has a meaning related to callus, but callous is not used to describe skin. As an adjective, it means toughened or unfeeling. As a verb, it means to make or ...Read more
My big toes bend inward from the middle of toe and seem to bend more as I get older with a callus on the side where it bends. Why is this?
You can file them: With an emory board. You can get a pedicure or see a podiatrist who will explain why you are getting it and offer possible solutions so they don't come back. ...Read more
Pressure: Callouses develop when there is too much pressure and friction in the area of the foot. First par it down with a file. Then use spray deodorant (the armpit kind) to decrease sweat, this decreases friction. If that doesn't help, try otc inserts from a drug store to help off-load callus area. If fail, you may have a foot deformity or other pathology. Lastly, see a podiatrist. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any permanent way to get rid of a callous at the base of the big toe. Really painful and keeps coming back after being scraped.
Not permanent, but..: Callosity is simply the body's way of protecting itself from continuing trauma by building up excess tissue at the area of trauma. Scraping can certainly reduce this build up, but it is a dynamic process and will return over time. Consider adding ammonium lactate lotion to slow the growth. It works by increasing the amount of moisture in the skin and dissolving aggregated skin cells. ...Read more
I have calluses on the bottom of both of my big toes, no matter what shoes I run in (even with out any) I still get them, now one of them is getting pa?
See a podiatrist...: These calluses may be related to a biomechanical condition called hallux limitus. If the big toe can't bend "up" during activities as much as it should, more pressure will be placed at the bottom of the big toe causing calluses. There MAY also be a small "extra" bone (a sesamoid bone) at the bottom of the joint. An x-ray will tell. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have calluses on both of my outer big toes and I would like them to be removed for good. How can I do this? I have had them for years.
You probably have a: Prominent MTP joint on the inside of your big toe or possibly an early bunion. Depending on the deformity you can have a complex bunion resection or a simple cheilectomy "bumpectomy". I would have a orthopaedist or foot specialist evaluate you to go through your options with you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got a callous between my baby toe and the next toe, I've tried to scale it down but can't get all the way to it. It there anything I can do?
Ensure foot health: Before performing any treatments on your feet you will want to make sure that the neurovascular status is intact. This can be a concern particularly in diabetic patients. In this case, foot care may best be administered by a podiatrist. If you are otherwise in excellent health appropriate exfoliative treatments (mechanical, etc) may be used with attention to not damage the deeper layers of the ski. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A callus is because the skin is being rubbed between a hard surface on the outside (like your shoe) and the bone on the inside.
If you reduce this friction the callus will slowly disappear. Sometimes this is very difficult to do depending on where the callus is located.
If there is a bone spur (bump of bone) under the callus it can sometimes be reduced by surgery. ...Read more
Don't call-us a wart: The first thing that must be done is examine it closely and make sure that it isn't a wart in disguise. Warts can easily be mistaken for simple callous and subsequently go untreated. This delay time will allow the wart to spread and make resolution more involved. Having it examined by a doctor who treats warts, can easily make the distinction and proceed with the appropriate treatment options. ...Read more
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?
Avoid Tight shoes: Calluses and corns are areas of thick, hardened, dead skin. They form to protect the skin and structures under the skin from pressure, friction, and injury. They may appear grayish or yellowish, be less sensitive to the touch than surrounding skin, and feel bumpy. Calluses on the hands and feet of an active person are normal. Calluses and corns become a problem when they grow large enough to cause. ...Read more
What is the best way to treat a callus turning white on the side of the big toe that developed from running?
Conservative: Treatment rendered by a podiatrist would consist of trimming the corn/callous away. Smart shoe selection and possibly paddings to protect the tow would help prevent reformation. Finally, surgery if possible is very practical for this condition as it will fix the problem permenately, and allow you to wear most shoes without a problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Popped blister on big toe side. Now its hard almost like callous. Been about 5 days now. Is this normal? Not painful really.
Callosity: A blister is from acute friction. A callosity, the hard part, is from chronic friction. Check your footwear. Check the size against a Bannock device found in most shoe stores and get a pair the is IMMEDIATELY comfortable. Don't worry about length of shoe by feeling where your toe are. I would guess your shoe was too narrow. ...Read more
I have severe calluses on the top my toes and was wondering how to get rid of them? I cut off the dead skin every so often but it always comes back
Toe callus: Most of the time, calluses are due to friction and pressure from the toes against your shoes. You can keep trimming off the callus skin but on until the pressure is removed, it will keep growing back. He may want to try something to relieve the pressure or consider possible surgery to fix any deformity within the toe itself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a callus on each big toe and now one on the ball of my foot. They itch and become painful as they harden. What can I do to remove them?
Proper shoes and:
Removal. You need to address the cause of these calluses first, it is likely to be your ill-fitting shoes. The calluses are result of pressure and friction. Once you address the offending shoes, you may consult the site given below for various options for removing the lesions. Http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/understanding-corns-calluses-treatment
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I have two bumps/calluses on top of my big toes on both feet. What's the cause for this? How do I remove it? They don't hurt but they are sticking out
Corns/calluses: Often these come from consistent rubbing over time. Check the shoes you frequently wear for contact areas which match up with these. There are OTC treatments from abrasion techniques to cushions. Best to see the professional -- the Podiatrist for accurate diagnosis and treatment options. You will be glad you did. Best of luck. ...Read more
A callus is an area of skin that has become toughened, thick, and hard as a result of repeated pressure, friction or other irritation. Most commonly found on the feet due to walking. Generally calluses are not harmful. Calluses can also form on the fingers due to use of writing utensils, musical instruments, or even rock climbing. They are formed by keratinocytes in the ...Read more
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