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ya'll know i've had real problems with my feet. dark red, burning, scaling, peeling and deep cracks.

so here's what i have done. i bought some of that "miracle foot cure" at walmart. i also had some flagyl cream which came in a box of vaginall suppositories.

i wash my feet morning and night. in the morning i apply the flagyl cream all over my foot. at night i apply the miracle foot cure.

so far it has really been helping. my feet are no longer dark red but now a light red. they don't burn as much and the skin appears to be healing up.

i don't know if i had an infection, bart, or what. i am now also wearing socks to bed and flipflops everywhere. i no longer go outside or run around bearfooted either.

hopefully this will help somebody.

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thanks randibear,
I have tried the Dr.Teal's espom salt soak from walmmart 20mins - twice a day about 3 pm and again at 9pm and that seems to have curved most of my inmobility and pain ... hope that helps too

TULAREMIA/rabbit fever ?

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I use Tea Tree essential oil on my feet. It works for me.

I use it on every scratch, sore. Elbows, top of feet and under breasts where I'm having skin eruptions of unknown origin?

I have bart also randi, but for some reason I don't think it's bart????? Could be wrong.


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I had tried everything including mirical foot
cure....but I have found the only thing that really works and works more cracks, pealing or dry feet...It is called CALLEX and it is diabetic friendly. You can find it at Walgreens. It is not cheep..around $14. but it really works. It is an enzyme exfollant.
For all that suffer with those painfull cracks in you feet..please try this.

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