We tried using the corn plaster and drops to get rid of it, but end up her skin being scalded badly…seems like it is not the best remedy after all.
I was advised to use banana peel to eliminate the corns. We tried the method for two weeks, but it showed no improvement.
I was so disappointed and gave up. We told Sarah, since it does not affect her daily routine and caused no pain, we leave it as it is.
About a month the corns left untreated, its condition changed; now there is some black specks resembling cauliflower appear on the center of the lumps. After further check from internet we realized that Sarah is having warts on her toes.
Warts are contagious and must be dealt with fast before they spread to other family members.
Those medical websites do lay out the treatment options. We’ve tried few of it but they were so stubborn to get rid of, and more warts have been spread to other toes.
While I was desperately search for a best solution, I found this…
Finally, this remedy worked best on Sarah’s condition. It removed them quickly.
The warts did come back once after the initial treatment; with second treatment now that we hope it can cure this problem, once and for all.