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Is this normal for a corn? (contains toe pic SORRY)

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Maxsaidno Sun 22-Oct-17 20:04:30

Have got a recurring corn on my toe, never been more than just an annoyance, sometimes needs to be wrapped in a plaster. But it's always just been hard skin, now it's discoloured and looks a bit like a mole - the brown colour was never there before. Is this normal?! Any wisdom appreciated. Thanks...

Supermagicsmile Mon 23-Oct-17 21:54:18

Go to your gp and get it checked.

PurplePillowCase Mon 23-Oct-17 22:00:17

looks like an ulcer. is it painfull?
how is your blood sugar?
you need to ditch your shoes and switch to birkenstocks sensible shoes.

Judydreamsofhorses Mon 23-Oct-17 23:05:22

I get the same corn just a bit higher up on that same toe. I think the coloured bit is its “core”. A podiatrist sorted mine out, and now I just kind of file it down once a week with a smooth foot file as it regenerates at a remarkable rate - the podiatrist said the more cheese grater type ones rough the skin up and make them worse.

Fairylea Tue 24-Oct-17 10:41:27

I would get that checked just incase it’s a mole that’s gone a bit weird. Probably nothing to worry about though.

Maxsaidno Tue 24-Oct-17 20:34:28

Thanks for the replies, really helpful.
I saw a pharmacist who suggested I Bazuka it (?!) but I'm a bit worried that's too hardcore so I'm going for his second suggestion of using a corn plaster and having a dig around once the skin's softened. Hmmm.
Hopefully it's nothing and yes the pp point around wearing more sensible shoes applies and has been noted..!

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