Use Of Drugs To Treat Fish Eyes?
I am again 27 weeks is it safe if I use cullasol on the skin of my feet and hands? Mohong is in charge
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The drug you mentioned contains salicylic acid, lactic acid and polydocanol and serves to treat the condition of fish's eyes, calluses, warts, and hardened skin. This medicine cannot be used on hairy warts, genital warts and face, and on moles. This drug is limited over-the-counter medicine, so you may buy it but use it with extreme caution.
Regarding your question, the salicylic acid and polydocanol content present in this drug have so far been proven to harm the fetus in animal trials, but whether it will have the same impact on humans, remains to be investigated further. Although usually the skin's thickened skin uptake in the eyes of the drug is small, we still have to be careful using it.
Our advice, it will be much safer if you do not use these drugs, or consult directly with the surgeon. This is important to ensure that what you are experiencing is really the eye of a fish, and to ascertain whether there really isn't any safer treatment for your fetus than using the drug. Meanwhile, wear comfortable footwear, and use socks to avoid friction. So, hopefully answering your question.