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Can lead to:
Bursitis - Inflammation of a fluid-filled sac between the skin and bone typically requires treatment with an antibiotic. In some cases, your doctor may need to drain the fluid in the bursa and inject a steroid.
Septic arthritis – When corn becomes infected, bacteria can spread through your bloodstream and cause joint infection. Causes intense pain, redness, and swelling in the joint and have major difficulty moving. Typically treated with antibiotics, and the fluid in the joint is usually drained.
Osteomyelitis – Infection of bone tissue and nearby tendons, usually occurs to diabetics and smokers, due to poor blood circulation in their feet. Antibiotics are usually used to kill the bacteria. In many cases, dead bone tissue will need to be surgically removed.We recommend using our Corn Cap Plasters to relief your corns in one treatment.