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karen46203 posted:
Does anyone know of some thick socks that are ankle socks? And when can I get them? I can't wear the athletic ones or the other socks on the shelf they are not thick enough. I have caluses on the bottom of my feet and if the socks are thick enough or the shoes don't have enough cushion in them my feet get sore.
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Here's a recent discussion on socks that might give you some good information:

Diabetic Socks

Hopefully others in the community will chime in here!

Haylen
 
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Debsbears responded:
Hi Karen I also have callous on the bottom of my feet. But I do not wear thick socks I buy the store brand of double thick padded inserts. I do not buy the Dr Scholls because they cost too much. It stops my feet from hurting on the callous'.

I also can not stand the toe seams so I turn all my socks inside out. That way the seams are up and they do not press into my toes.
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KristieDix responded:
Here is one name that i truly trust ageratsock.com. These specialty diabetic socks, travel socks, antistatic socks, active socks, and wellness socks.


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