Urea Cream For Diabetic Foot Callus

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Jennjenn Says:

One of the worst pains from diabetes is diabetic calluses on the bottom of the feet. Recently, maybe 6 months ago, I discovered a very hard callus on one of my diabetic feet. After the worst pain ever from a callus it grew to be about 2 inches by 3 inches & hurting worse & worse over time. Soon, I started walking on the sides of my feet without knowing it. However, I did realize that my feet were killing me. I bought a big 6 ounce tube of lotion for about $30 of Urea Cream from my foot doctor & it works. And this lotion has lasted forever. First of all my doc (professionally) shaved the bottom of the callous. Quick and easy. Then he recommended the lotion. It's called "Kera-42" by Clinical Therapeutic Solutions. It says "Urea 42%", so ultimately I think its just called "Urea Cream". The entire foot softened and seriously kept the callus from returning. Sometimes I forget to use it awhile and then when I do it has a great healing effect.

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Martin Says:
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Perhaps you should try an electric heel pedicure, I see them on teleshopping all the time, and a foot moisturiser. I give my fiancée foot massages.

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