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Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more


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Can a corn be on the bottom of the foot hidden under 1 toe?

Can a corn be on the bottom of the foot hidden under 1 toe?

Yes and no: Corns are caused by pressure on bony prominences. This is possible if the corn is located on an area that gets lots of pressure. If the lesion is in the crease of the toe, it could be a wart instead. Warts are viral infections caused by puncture wounds. Warts are more painful than corns especially when compressed from side to side. Seek a foot specialist or dermatologist for help. ...Read more

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Can a corn on the bottom of the foot be located between 2 toes?

Yes: It's very common to get a corn between toes. Usually related to shoes and structural deformity of the toes. ...Read more

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Can a plantars wart in the bottom of my footget on the nerve of a toe and make it excruciating to walk?

Can a plantars wart in the bottom of my footget on the nerve of a toe and make it excruciating to walk?

Yes it can.: Generally warts are not painful, but on the plantar (bottom) surface of the foot they can be very painful, especially on a weight bearing surface, because the pressure forces the wart to invert and grow up into the foot putting pressure on nerve endings. ...Read more

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Can a corn on the bottom of the foot crack open and burn?

Can a corn on the bottom of the foot crack open and burn?

Corns are : Not generally found on the bottom of the foot callouses are. Corns are more on the toes. But, yes callouses technically can crack open and burn. Try applying antibiotic cream and covering. If no improvement see a foot doctor. ...Read more

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What does a bump under the shin on the ball of foot mean?

What does a bump under the shin on the ball of foot mean?

Possible wart: That is a prime place for a plantar wart to form. They start out as a small bump, and as the wart virus grows, the bump grows. If you are unsure, have a doc or podiatrist take a peek, and then there are many treatment options for the wart. ...Read more

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What can cause a lump on the arch of foot?

What can cause a lump on the arch of foot?

Plantar fibroma: Ganglion cyst and many other possibilities. I recommend you get evaluated. The history is important as well. You may need diagnostic testing such as x-ray, sonogram, or MRI if the diagnosis is not obvious. Do not wait to get this taken care of because a "lump" is usually not normal. ...Read more

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I have a blood bump under the skin on the bottom of my foot?

I have a blood bump under the skin on the bottom of my foot?

Spot on foot: 1st of all congratulations! not too many ppl make it a habit to check the bottom of their feet. You can check to see if there is any fluid in that bump, otherwise it may just resolve on its own. If there is fluid in the bump or it does not resolve in ~14 days. Ask for a podiatry referral. It can be something as simple as a smudge/dirt, wart, blister, or skin lesions. ...Read more

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What is the best way to treat a callus turning white on the side of the big toe that developed from running?

What is the best way to treat a callus turning white on the side of the big toe that developed from running?

Pumice stone : Soke it and then file off the callus with a pumice stone. After that use moleskin to protect the area from forming a new callus. ...Read more

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If I have pain on the bottom of my heel, can that be the result of a heel spur?

If I have pain on the bottom of my heel, can that be the result of a heel spur?

Plantar fasciitis is: More likely. Spurs are the calcification of the attachment of the plantar fascia to the heel. And cause pain maybe 1% of the time. You can have a large spur with no pain or a great deal of pain without any spur. ...Read more

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Is there a nerve under the area of the pinky toe that would cause pain all the time?

Is there a nerve under the area of the pinky toe that would cause pain all the time?

Yes: Every toe has 4 nerves in it. @ on the top (dorsum) 2 2 on the bottom (plantar). The nerves on the botom can become enlarged and painful as in a morton's neuroma , though rare in the 5th toe. Trauma , surgery and poor shoe fit can also cause nerves to become painful. ...Read more

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Where in your toe do you inject the toe when it has a ingrowing toenail on the right side of the big toe?

Where in your toe do you inject the toe when it has a ingrowing toenail on the right side of the big toe?

The base of the toe: The most effective numbing is place at base (proximal aspect) of the toe, on both sides. ...Read more

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Can a plantars wart (on the bottom, outside part of the foot) cause foot, ankle and calf swelling and pain? Or is it likely 2 separate issues?

Can a plantars wart (on the bottom, outside part of the foot) cause foot, ankle and calf swelling and pain? Or is it likely 2 separate issues?

Not directly related: These are likely separate issues. A plantar wart can create pain, resulting in a change in your gait (how you walk) and thus put more pressure on other areas of your leg. Thus, it's theoretically possible these two issues are INDIRECTLY related. However, foot/ankle/calf swelling and pain without an injury make me think about a potential blood clot. Please seek help from a physician if persistent. ...Read more

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Could plantar warts cause a slight pit or hole in the bottom of your foot?

Could plantar warts cause a slight pit or hole in the bottom of your foot?

Usually not: Usually not, plantar warts tend to develop a callous layer on the top of them. This causes the lesion to protrude out. This is also why it makes them so difficult to eradicate. Good luck. ...Read more

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The thumb of my left foot has a sort of corn or plantar wart may be. Initially was a tiny hole-like thing... and is spreading. What to do?

The thumb of my left foot has a sort of corn or plantar wart may be. Initially was a tiny hole-like thing... and is spreading. What to do?

Begin Early.: Your description sounds like a wart. The earlier warts are treated, the better the chances of them being gone, fast. Over the counter products are somewhat successful, especially in the early stages of the warts life. If you are not sure, then have the treatment begun by a specialist. Whatever you decide, DO NOT file, scrape, sand or otherwise the wart will spread and treatment will get harder. ...Read more

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I have a small hard lump on the bottom of my foot near the arch. My big toe is numb on the inside of the same foot. Is this related? Should I worry?

I have a small hard lump on the bottom of my foot near the arch. My big toe is numb on the inside of the same foot. Is this related? Should I worry?

Might be related: The lump could be a fibroma. This can possibly pinch a nerve branch leading to the numbness. Have your foot evaluated by a local physician ...Read more

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Can you get a rash on the top of your foot from a shoes?

Can you get a rash on the top of your foot from a shoes?

Rash on top of foot: You can develop something called contact dermatitis , which is an allergic reaction which can be caused by the material in the shoe. But you would probably notice a similar reaction and rash in both feet. I would recommend for you to see a podiatrist and have checked to make sure is not something else. ...Read more

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I have pain in the bottom of my foot right below the big toe and before the arch of the foot it radiates to the 2&3 metatarsal .

I have pain in the bottom of my foot right below the big toe and before the arch of the foot it radiates to the 2&3 metatarsal .

Many possibilities: Your pain could due to trauma (fracture, sprain, arthritis, inflammation), infection, metabolic conditions (gout), poor circulation, musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormality and different neurologic conditions (neuropathy). A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. The treatment varies depending on the cause. ...Read more

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