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Do corns between toes turn brown?

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Dr. Janet Kail
Podiatry
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In brief: Sometimes

I have seen corns between the toes with a brownish color. This may be due to the normal color of the skin if you are a person of color. Brown skin may also be due to the top layers of skin drying out, could be from medication (if you put betadine on them), could be dried blood which can sometimes look brown.
Could be a mole or skin cancer. If you suspect this, see a dermatologist or podiatrist.

In brief: Sometimes

I have seen corns between the toes with a brownish color. This may be due to the normal color of the skin if you are a person of color. Brown skin may also be due to the top layers of skin drying out, could be from medication (if you put betadine on them), could be dried blood which can sometimes look brown.
Could be a mole or skin cancer. If you suspect this, see a dermatologist or podiatrist.
Dr. Janet Kail
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In brief: Corns

Can turn brown if have had no treatment to them. Do not use otc acids, see a podiatrist.

In brief: Corns

Can turn brown if have had no treatment to them. Do not use otc acids, see a podiatrist.
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