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Doctor insights on: Causes Of Peeling Skin On The Toes

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What should I do about the bottom of my toes peeling?

What should I do about the bottom of my toes peeling?

Peeling: First thing to do is find what cause is. May be tines pedis which simple medication may help but really have to find out the cause. Don't wear same shoes daily, dry feet really well after bathing too. ...Read more

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Toes (Definition)

Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more


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What does it means when in between your toes is Peeling?

What does it means when in between your toes is Peeling?

Could be: Athletes foot/fungus, infection. Please get checked out to be more certain. ...Read more

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What can I do if my skin under my toes are peeling.. What should I do?

What can I do if my skin under my toes are peeling.. What should I do?

See below: Wash well with soap and water and if you think you have athletes foot start using an anti-fungal. If not fungal then use a cortisone cream. ...Read more

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The skin on my toes is peeling and i didn't touch it. What could this be?

The skin on my toes is peeling and i didn't touch it. What could this be?

Fungus is a : Possibility as is dry skin. Eczema is another possibility. You can try a moisturizer or antifungal, if no improvement see a foot doc or dermatologist. ...Read more

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How can I stop the skin from peeling between my toes?

How can I stop the skin from peeling between my toes?

Keep the skin as dry: As possible and avoid wearing shoes and socks that make your feet sweat. Try an otc anti fungal cream in the areas affected for four weeks. ...Read more

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My son's feet and especially toes are peeling. Is this serious?

My son's feet and especially toes are peeling.  Is this serious?

Many possibilities: There are many types and causes of skin rashes that could cause skin peeling. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun burn, and sometimes bacterial, viral, fungal infections and insect bites can also cause skin rashes and peeling. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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My 21 month old daughter's toes have suddenly started peeling. Should i be concerned?

Dermatology: I'm always cautious when it comes to kids. I would recommend finding a pediatric dermatologist if you are concerned. ...Read more

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In the last three months my fingers and toes have started peeling. It's never happened to me before. Help?

In the last three months my fingers and toes have started peeling. It's never happened to me before. Help?

Fungal skin: It sounds like it can either be a fungal infection or dermatitis. Topical antifungal cream can be tried for 3-4 weeks to clear condition. ...Read more

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Hi I am 18 years old and for the past 12 years I have been peeling and eating the skin off of my big toes.Will eating my skin do any damage inside me?

Hi I am 18 years old and for the past 12 years I have been peeling and eating the skin off of my big toes.Will eating my skin do any damage inside me?

No: The stomach has no idea where the food is coming from. It just sees food. Whether it's chicken skin, or pork skin, or toe skin, the tummy has no bias... it happily digests all kinds of foods. One's toes, however, might not be so happy about being peeled for the past 12 years. ...Read more

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4 year old sons feel have an odor and he's big toe are raw and peeling?

4 year old sons feel have an odor and he's big toe are raw and peeling?

Feet: There may be an in fraction, but it's difficult to tell from your description. When I hear odor and irritated skin; I'm concerned for infection. Have it checked out. ...Read more

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I have very hard skin on my toes that is peeling. How to prevent peeling?

Depends on cause: If eczema/ dermatitis or inflammatory reaction, cortisone cream may help. If it is a fungal infection, an antifungal medication will help. See podiatrist or dermatologist to get proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Getting spots on feet mainly toes. Start off red an turn brown when peel. When can that be?

Chilblains : Sounds more like a chilblain. A chilblain is a small, red swelling on the skin which can be very itchy and gradually becomes very painful. Chilblains usually occur on the smaller toes but can occur on the fingers too. Here's a link to the mayo clinic: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/chilblains/ds01091. Hope that helped! please vote me up if you can, thanks and good luck! ...Read more

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Woke up with extreme peeling on my big toe and right under it. Big thick pieces of skin. Cause?

Might be a callous: Often caused by biomechanical issues. However, since I can't see it, it's merely a guess and I would have to refer you to an in person exam. ...Read more

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The top of the toe is super itchy and peeling ...it burns a little no to bad though only when I itch soo....

The top of the toe is super itchy and peeling ...it burns a little no to bad though only when I itch  soo....

Could be fungal: Should be checked and examined. Proper topical treatment may all that needs to be prescribed. If left untreated may spread and become more invasive. See a podiatrist ...Read more

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White blister like bumps on the bottom of toes, they don't hurt, itch, pop, or peel. The are more noticeable?

White blister like bumps on the bottom of toes, they don't hurt, itch, pop, or peel. The are more noticeable?

See a podiatrist : See your podiatrist for possible biopsy of the lesions. Is the number of the lesions increasing? Has the size changed. Evaluation by a podiatrist or dermatologist can help you out. ...Read more

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Bottom of toes are peeling. I run often and hiked in Peru for 2 wks followed by 2 wks in humidity of Honduras. I did stay in hostels. Fungus? Heat?

Bottom of toes are peeling. I run often and hiked in Peru for 2 wks followed by 2 wks in humidity of Honduras. I did stay in hostels. Fungus? Heat?

They're everywhere.: There is only one way to know for sure. You need to hike right over to your local dermatologist or foot specialist for a chat. Direct observation and testing will narrow the possibilities. ...Read more

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