I Can understand your concern.
Corn can be very irritating and painful.
You can try corn caps for upto a month and usually it resolves. Salicylic acid preparations can also be used.
I would suggest that if you have tried all these and have had no improvements, then you should consult a general surgeon and show it to him to be removed surgically.
That's the last option left.
It's a very small surgical procedure.
Dr. Anil Kumar Jain.
The corn needs to be removed from its root for a permanent solution. You can see me at my clinic if possible.
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