I have corn in my hand... what should i do to remove it...Firstly I use corn plaster... then it remove... but now it will grow again.
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Soft corns are often difficult to treat because they develop from underlying pressures in between the fourth and fifth digit, caused by bony prominences. Soft corns are best treated with properly fitting footwear and better foot hygiene in order to decrease the likelihood for infection. Applying an antifungal or antibacterial powder after washing the area and using lamb’s wool or a toe spacer are additional techniques used to treat soft corns. A good option in patients with coexisting dermatophytosis complex is 20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate solution...consult doctors
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