The Cause Of The Fish Eye More And More?
At first, my fish eye was only 1, which is to be precise beside my feet and over time there appeared a lot of small spots like a sign of a fish’s eye, now it’s rather big. What steps should I take? I am a bit scared if I have surgery because my brother has already been involved and the risk or what are the consequences if I leave it?
Fish eye is a thickening of the skin in certain areas due to repeated friction and suppression in the same place. Fish eye is always accompanied by inflammation in the area around the thickening of the skin. Usually the eyes of the fish cause pain.
Fisheye appears in people who use shoes & socks with a size that does not fit, playing a musical instrument / using certain tools every day that are driven by the same technique over and over again. Certain conditions also increase the risk of fish eyes such as deformities of the feet, not using special gloves, abnormalities of sweat glands, skin that has had an infection, warts, poor walking habits.
Handling of fish eye is usually determined based on the degree of light to heavy seen by direct medical examination. The doctor will see and evaluate the condition of the fish's eye whether or not thinning the skin with a sterile knife in the area of the fish eye. In certain cases, the doctor may recommend an X-ray examination to see the bone under the fish eye area.
If you choose not to do this action, your doctor may prescribe an ointment / cream containing the active ingredient salicylic acid which serves to thin the thickening of the skin layer. If the eye condition of the fish is caused by a bone abnormality, the doctor may recommend a special operation to change the shape of the bone. But this operation is rarely done.
The use of special shoe sole pads and gloves helps prevent the appearance of repetitive eyelets.
If the fish's eye is left, slowly the size of the fish's eye will get bigger and will certainly cause more annoying pain complaints.
Read more about Fish Eyes in this HealthReplies.com article.
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