If home remedies fail to eliminate the corns and calluses and they continue to be painful or bothersome, consult your doctor. Anyone with diabetes or poor circulation should seek medical attention earlier because of a higher risk for infection.
Normally, corns and calluses do not require emergency attention. These conditions, however, would need a visit to the hospital’s Emergency Department or doctor's office:
Place protective covering or bandages over the sore to decrease friction on the skin until the sore heals
Follow-up is needed for ongoing corns and calluses that don't go away with treatment as well as for signs of infection or severe pain
Wear gloves to protect hands.
Make sure shoes and socks fit properly and do not rub.
Wear felt pads over bony points where there is increased friction to the skin.
Surgically correct bony abnormalities.
Keep hands and feet moisturized.
Once the corns and calluses are eliminated, a complete cure is possible if the factors causing them have been eliminated.
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