This is one of the types of corns. It looks like a corncob, like a small, round, hardened part of the skin. Inside it has a deep rod (root). In other words, it is a compacted, towering patch of skin with a small spot in the middle. This speck is the hat of the rod that goes deep into the core. The cause of the formation of calluses can be falling under the skin of a foreign body (a small pebble, a piece of glass, splinters). In addition, the cause of the appearance of corn can become a dermatotropic virus.
Is the corn call dangerous? It would seem that nothing terrible in a small speck, in the eyes does not rush, you can and suffer. Just a corn. But the core corn, causing painful sensations, makes you change your gait. We involuntarily (or intentionally) put the foot incorrectly, and this entails an additional strain on the joints (mostly on the knees), as a result we get their diseases. Therefore, the core corn is unequivocally dangerous to health and requires treatment.
Rod corn. Treatment
Modern methods of treatment offer severaloptions: laser therapy, cryotherapy, drill. All these methods are painless, effective and do not entail complications. With laser therapy, corn is burned by a beam, with cryotherapy, the area is frozen with liquid nitrogen. Drilling is carried out with the help of sized friezes, the remaining groove is treated with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial drugs. This is a cosmetic procedure and it is conducted during sessions of a hardware pedicure.
However, if the cause of the problems isdermatotropic virus, then the removal of callus mechanical must be combined with antiviral, antifungal, antimicrobial drugs. The course of treatment you will recommend beauticians.
The corn can be cured at home, but for this it is necessary to have patience, because it will not be possible to withdraw immediately.
Pour hot water into the pelvis and add to itDrinking soda (a full tablespoon for five liters of water). We steal in it a callus for about 20 minutes. If the water cools down, add boiling water. On the steamed corn, we put a sticking plaster "Salipod" (available in pharmacies). In a day we repeat the procedure. We put a foot on, apply a band-aid. After the second or third time, the corn should begin to rise. Raise the part carefully and cut off and again wear the leg and paste. The next day, we cut the corn again, again we soar and apply the patch "Salipod" ... We perform the same manipulations until the whole root comes out. Usually it's enough for five or six days, but if the root is very deep or even began to grow, then the treatment can be delayed. To avoid keratinization, clean the skin of the legs with pumice stone (but not the corn itself).
There is another good working method, butUse it only if the root of the corn root does not grow. Take a square piece of adhesive plaster, make in it a hole in the center of the size of the callus and stick this sticking plaster so that the corn has passed through this hole. Drop it on the vinegar essence. One or two drops. The action of the acid will be directed directly at the corn, and the skin and tissues around it will be protected with an adhesive plaster. If the root is very deep, it will be necessary several times to make a steamer foot bath. The steamed and raised corn is neatly cut and disinfected. You can fall asleep with a streptocide or another antibiotic. Baths in duration should be no less than forty minutes. The bigger, the better.
Do not forget: cores pumice can not be rubbed, otherwise you will only aggravate the situation. After the trays, the formation and the entire foot should be lubricated with antifungal ointments.