Since being a diabetic Type II, I've encountered some problems with warts on both feet. Although, not really bad but, very painful to walk on. I've got to pad my foot with fluffy material in order to be able to walk. My right foot is the worse of the two. I went to a podiatrist and he recommend something called "mediplast"…bad mistake…The remedy was worse than the wart itself. This sticky pad remove the skin from the bottom of my foot and it left me with a very sore bottom foot and raw flesh. Very painful. I had to stay off both feet close to 10 days to let it breathe in order to be able to allow the skin to fall off and replenish itself. Please be aware of this. I wanted to share this with everyone. It's true what they say, "What's good for the goose its not always good for the gander" I learned the hard way! And this was a doctors' Rx. I still have the warts but I, now, choose to have them removed at the dorctors' office (a different podiatrist) I also learned a home remedy composed of raw vinegar to wash my feet daily with when warts comeback.
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