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Hi Good evening. I%E2%80%99m having small spots on my feet

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Posted on Thu, 4 Apr 2019
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Good evening.

I%E2%80%99m having small spots on my feet from last 3 months. I%E2%80%99m feeling little pain/burning sensation when walking from yesterday. Colleagues says those looks to be corns.

I%E2%80%99m attaching the infected foot images. Please confirm the infection type. Why it will come and the medication to be taken to cure it.

Thanks in advance
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Answered by Dr. Yogesh D (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Looks more like Warts (Human Papilloma Virus infection)

Detailed Answer:
Hello Mr XXXXXXX

Welcome to Ask a Doctor service.

I have gone through your query and have reviewed the attached photographs.

From your description and based on the pictures, it appears like you are having warts in the feet.

These generally spread and are not painful when you press directly on the top of them.

You need to consult a skin specialist to get these treated and treatment will involve cryotherapy and antiviral cream application.

Kindly visit your nearest skin specialist and get them treated.

Best wishes.
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Hi Good evening. I%E2%80%99m having small spots on my feet

Brief Answer: Looks more like Warts (Human Papilloma Virus infection) Detailed Answer: Hello Mr XXXXXXX Welcome to Ask a Doctor service. I have gone through your query and have reviewed the attached photographs. From your description and based on the pictures, it appears like you are having warts in the feet. These generally spread and are not painful when you press directly on the top of them. You need to consult a skin specialist to get these treated and treatment will involve cryotherapy and antiviral cream application. Kindly visit your nearest skin specialist and get them treated. Best wishes.