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husbands terrible feet problem--need help

My husband has had a terrible foot problem for over 20yrs now. The skin on the bottom of his feet and toes are extremley thick and cracking, peelling and bleeding. He has been checked for fungus or bacteria and has neither. Have tried various creams and nothing has worked. Toenails are not discolored. Feet are not sweaty at all. And now has shin pain and scaly patches on both shins. Doctors do not know what to think. He can not stand any pressure on his shins at all. Please advise us on what might help him. I have treated my kids with homeopathic remedies great results. I am hopeing that it will help him. Thank you to anyone that may be able to help.

  jodymac on 2006-01-11
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I am sorry I forgot to state some info.

32yrs old

african american

lives in fl

shins will become worse when
alking for period of time

hurts worse with pressure

does not become worse or better with heat or cold

both legs

His feet never change with weather or climate

both feet

does have problem with ingrown toenails on big toes

pls let me know if more info is needed

Thank You
jodymac last decade
Your husband's problem is not an ailment to be treated by Homeopathy.

He should have a pedicure when his feet will be soaked in a solution that will soften the hard skin which will be scraped off and stabilized after years of neglect.

Arnica 6c may help the scaly patches on his shins. It promotes the blood flow in the capillaries and may even help with his thick skin after the pedicure.
Joe De Livera last decade
I agree with that also. I will give him the Arnica for his shins. And thank you for your suggestion Joe. Will do.

jodymac last decade
Disagree with Joe -- but often do.

Among other remedies for this condition are
Ant Crud -
Rhus tox -
Sepia -
Graphites and Ars.
walkin last decade
I shall be interested to learn your husband's response to the Arnica if you have already given it to him.

Has the pedicure helped ?
Joe De Livera last decade

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