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  1. ... wet from sweat (the shoes make your feet sweat, the socks get damp and hold the wetness against your skin). You may also have a fungal...

    10 Answers · Health · 19/09/2007

  2. I believe the issue over colored socks is because some dyes can be mild irritants to diabetic's skin...

    12 Answers · Health · 06/09/2008

  3. Diabetic sox to my experience just fatter in the foot and ankle so they wrinkle ...

    4 Answers · Health · 13/11/2008

  4. ...pressure points and rubbing injury. And always change to fresh socks everyday. I know you didn't ask, but I use an excellent powder for...

    9 Answers · Health · 28/06/2007

  5. Diabetic socks help with circulation of the blood. People with diabetes have poor blood flow especially in their feet and other extremities which can lead to gangrene and amputation.

    8 Answers · Health · 14/12/2008

  6. ...from feral shoes :) I have really dry feet, so I love socks, but it is hard to find good quality socks with a high percentage of cotton...

    5 Answers · Health · 28/03/2008

  7. Not necessarily. Socks are a soft, porous layer between the ground and your feet...

    1 Answers · Health · 18/02/2012

  8. That is strange.... I get a yellowish stain on my socks, even though my feet don't sweat much. Try using...

    2 Answers · Health · 23/10/2009

  9. 100% cotton socks only. Nylon, polyester, spandex, etc. add to the sweating of feet...

    4 Answers · Health · 03/02/2007

  10. Wear white, cotton socks. That will allow your feet to breath ...might also help. Just definitely avoid dark colored socks and make sure your socks are cotton.

    6 Answers · Health · 23/04/2008

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