Irritation, Bleeding

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DiDi Says:

I am on the 7th bottle. The last few weeks my toes have become quite red. The doctor said to expect this. However, my toes are getting quite irritated from rubbing on my shoes. They actually start bleeding when I walk any distance. If I cover the ends of my toes with a Band-Aid that protects them and they do not bleed. I have not read that this is a side effect. Have others experienced this?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, DiDi! How are you?

No, I didn't see this listed among the side effects, but if the skin is getting irritated, then it does make sense that it could happen. The FDA lists the redness and irritation as being the typical side effects.

However, I'd suggest having it checked out by your doctor, just in case. Do they even bleed, when you wear socks?

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