HI there. I have had sore spots on the tips of my toes. One in particular was causing me a lot of pain. I went along to the pharmacy and from my description she thought they were corns. I purchased some 'corn removal' plasters and have been using these for about a week now on the one really bad toe. The skin around where the medicated plaster goes is all white and dead looking (even more unattractive then the corn) the pain has decreased but it still hurts to touch. The instructions on the box say 'repeat daily until corn is easily removed' now how do i know when it is going to be easily removed? how do i remove it? do i have corns or something else?
any feedback would be appreciated thank you.
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