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Jul 2012
12:06pm, 6 Jul 2012
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Do you pay for C or are they NHS? Can you just book and then go and they remove or do you end up going back and back and back?
Jul 2012
12:14pm, 6 Jul 2012
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If you're a person of working age with corns you're unlikely to get podiatry/chiropody on the NHS, Hellen, though it varies between areas.
Jul 2012
1:39pm, 6 Jul 2012
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Son of a Pronator Man
You can fanny about with corn plasters and other stuff but I have found the best thing to do is see a chiropodist and have them quickly and painlessly removed, And get a pile of dead skin carved of my feet at the same time.
Jul 2012
1:40pm, 6 Jul 2012
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I get little corns between my toes and usually only need to go once to get them sorted for the year ..
Jul 2012
1:41pm, 6 Jul 2012
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It's not very expensive. I think she charges about £30 to give your feet a total going over i.e. cut nails, get rid of dry skin and deal with corns, but less of you just have the corns done
Jul 2012
6:16pm, 12 Jul 2012
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Keefy Beefy
Got mine done. £40 for half an hour, which was 20 mins because we talked for 5 and she finished with 5 to spare. Whatever, the corn is gone. It took 34 years yo need to go once, I might never need to go again.

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I seem to have one on my little toe.

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