CORNS in African Americans (keloid? hammer toe?)

Hello,

I am a healthy African American female student in my early 20's. However, I suffer from corns. Years ago I would try to treat them myself with over-the-counter corn removers such as Dr. Scholls. I have found that these products only made my feet look worse, and the corns look like keloid scars. Is it possible to get these removed so that my feet will look normal again? Also, since I have a corn (keloid corn?)on every toe except the big toe, is it possible that I may suffer from hammer toe?

Posted By Shunte' on March 26, 2005 at 19:49:58:

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