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Bumps On The Big Toe
I have a bump on my big toe (right food) it is not painful or itchy ... I want to know what could it be , it is about 2 years that I have it?
I have a bump on my big toe but it doesn't hurt when i walk. It has been there for three weeks. Should i be concerned?
Need to examine: Without an examination of the "bump" it is difficult to determine what this could be. It can vary from something like a benign skin lesion/fibroma or an active paronychia (infection). Apologies, the question leaves the diagnosis open ended. ...Read moreGet a more personalized answer to your question ›
My friend has got this bump on her big toe and it hurts and it looks alittle infected now but it's red and it appeared a couple months ago. What is it?
Toe lesion: Without seeing this and running some tests cannot tell, but this sounds as if it should be seen urgently and not allowed to progress further. If this is infected it can spread upwards and into the blood stream or into the underlying bone. They should see a doctor asap. ...Read moreGet a more personalized answer to your question ›
Dyshidrotic Eczema: There are a number of possibilities for itchy bumps on toes, but dyshidrotic eczema is a common cause of itchy bumps on the fingers and toes: http://dermnetnz.Org/dermatitis/pompholyx.Html allergic contact dermatitis and fungal infection can also cause small itchy bumps, but a dermatologist can help sort them out and get you a good treatment! ...Read moreGet a more personalized answer to your question ›
It could be...: Athlete's foot. The best otc medication (in my opinion) is lotrimin ultra. Dilute vinegar soaks are good as well. Dry the inside of your shoes by placing them up-side down over an air return vent at home overnight. If this doesn't make things better in a couple days, see a podiatrist. ...Read moreGet a more personalized answer to your question ›
Depends: Well, it really depends on what it is! if it's a wart, then there are ways to get rid of them - if its an infection, then you might be need treatment for that (if it's painful or getting bigger, i would get it checked out). If it's been there for a very very long time, maybe its just a "cherry angioma" which is totally not harmful. If its new and causing concern, get it checked! ...Read moreGet a more personalized answer to your question ›
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