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Hardening Of Soles Of Feet
That depends: On cause of blister and medical history. For example if your diabetic - see a foot doc right away and dont tend to by yourself. If healthy and an isolated blister with a sterile instrument after skin cleansed you can pierce the roof to drain the liquid. Do not remove the blister just drain then apply bandage and allow to dry out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nephew has alcohol problem. Showed me bottoms (soles) of feet 3/4 of sole of feet were black. Could alcohol abuse cause this and, if so, how serious?
Sudden foot pain and numbness on sole of foot. Really painful, comes & goes over last 2 wks. Not diabetic. What could it be?
Burning soles of feet after running, could this be related to athlete's foot? is long term use of OTC anti-fungal foot powder advisable?
Have a growth on sole of foot the last 12 months. Tried everything: veruca creams, anti-fungal creams, powders, moisturisers. None work. Please help!
I'm pretty sure I still have athletes foot and it isn't going away with creams! What else can I do?? Itches burns and tingles. On soles of feet! Thnx
Consider a powder: for athletes foot to help reduce moisture and improve comfort. Powders, sprays, creams and ointments that contain antifungal medication are appropriate. Treating or replacing the shoes you have been wearing, and decontaminating the shower/tub may help reduce re-infection. Sometimes, prescription oral medications are used. ...Read more
I have a small, symmetrical appearing, mole on sole of foot but it is green in color. Is it normal 4a mole tobe green or is color smething concerning?
Clear, itchy bump on sole of foot, only itchty when touched/rubbed.Water and heat have no effect. Has grown slightly over past years. Should i remove?
What could be the cause of my right palm and sole of foot being number than my left side and it's the same in my mom?
Stitches out 7 weeks following injury to heel but despite physio still have pain up back of heel and sole of foot. Should i ignore or keep walking?
Don't ignore: Hard to say without more info about your injury and level of pain. Can take 6-12 months to heal a heel (pun intended). Early weightbearing and range of motion are important steps to recovery. That being said, it's probably a good idea to check in with the treating physician to ensure healing is progressing according to schedule. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Extremely cold soles of feet! Feel numb like ice. Painful dry soles and just noticed brown spots appearing on one sole of foot. Feels icy cold swollen?
Peelings on left foot have diminished.Only some on tip of toes and sole of foot.Has the tinea pedis been eradicated?
Yes: It can be eliminated but treatment may be required for a prolonged time. Keeping feet dry and clean helps. Airing feet when possible. Can see you are also getting oral treatment. Continue follow up with your podiatrist ...Read more