Based on the description u said it looks like plantar wart than corn..
These are treated by many ways... But need to confirm if it is corn or wart after examination.
Please consult near by dermatologist..
FOR A LONGER LASTING SOLUTION WE ALSO NEED TO TARGET THE ROOT CAUSE OF CORNS, WHICH MAY BE IMPROPER BODY WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION , CAN BE MANAGED WITH SPECIFIC TYPE OF SOLES. I TOTALLY AGREE WITH DR SUMIT SETHI
Using corn cap is one option, to be used according to instructions on package. Wart paints containing salicylic and lactic acid are also available to treat corns. These topical therapies take time for visible results. Consult a nearby dermatologist for possible excision of corn under local anaesthesia for rapid relief.
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