Medication For Treating Fish Eyes?
doctor. I want to ask, in my hand, dear, there are fish eyes. I use nail clippers. until the blood comes out. was flat. and just like a dry wound. but over time it starts to grow again. Do you think there is a drug that is sold at the pharmacy? what medicine is that? I want to try it first. before the small surgery .rims. doctor
Thank you for the question.
The eye of a fish (clavus) arises due to thickened skin during repeated friction and then inflammation in the middle side. Not only causes disruptive pain, the eye of a fish can also trigger the appearance of wounds that are prone to secondary infection if not treated immediately. You are more at risk of having repeated fisheye if you have anatomic abnormalities in certain feet or hands that cause the feet or hands to rub continuously, often using uncomfortable footwear, and often do activities using the hands (such as washing or playing music) without accompanied by gloves right.
Fish-eye is often not a dangerous condition. But indeed, this condition can trigger pain that greatly interferes with activity. Your actions to cut the eyes of the fish you should no longer do, because it is very risky to cause bleeding and secondary infections that make your condition more difficult to treat later.
If this condition is often experienced by you, you should go to see your doctor directly, a dermatologist, or a surgeon. Not only surgery, your condition can later be handled by doctors given several types of drugs. In the meantime, you should focus first on resting, maintaining cleanliness, and avoiding excessive friction of your hands experiencing the complaint. If it appears annoying pain, you can first compress your fingers with warm water. Before your activity, make sure you first use a moisturizer on your hands.
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