Overcoming The Eyes Of Fish In Diabetics?

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Good afternoon Doctor,

1 Answer:

Hello Yuli, thank you for asking.

Fish eye, also called clavus, is thickening and hardening of the skin due to repetitive pressure and friction. The body parts most commonly affected are the soles of the feet or toes. The eye of a fish is similar to a callus, only in the eye of a fish, thickening of the skin accompanied by pain and inflammation. Fish-eye is generally treated with an incision (making a small incision) to remove the hardened skin, so that new skin can grow. However, before undergoing action, blood sugar should be within the normal or controlled range.

Bring your mother to consult with a doctor about diabetes mellitus. The doctor will do a blood glucose test and give the right medicine. When blood sugar is controlled, new actions can be taken. While this should use soft footwear and not narrow. Avoid using high heels. Use socks to protect feet from friction and pressure.

Thus my short answer. May be useful. Regards.

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