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Pain in the leg due to calluses. Can I go for surgery at 21 years?

treatment on painfull foot corn calluses....i m having from 2009 nw its a paining a lot from tht particuler areas and its still increasing.i m having in both the feet of the legs...plzzz give me the solutions i hav meet a lot of doctors and taking too many medicines ....nw i m thinking to do a minor operations it to remove it is this is safe for me my age is 21yrs nw.....plzzz gve ur valuable comments
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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As you are having corns since 2009 and there is no response to medical treatment,you have to go for Surgery.
It is safe to get operated at the age of 21yrs as healing will be faster.
It is done under Local anaesthesia as Day case surgery.No need to get admitted.You can go to your house the same day.
But,go to a good surgeon and get it removed completely as incomplete removal may lead to recurrence.
Wish you good health
Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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