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Toes (Definition)

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


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Swollen itchy bumps on toes. Should I wear sandals?

Up to you: Wearing an open sandal may help to dry out the area if it is moist. I would start to use a topical antifungal to the area to see if you can rid of it. ...Read more

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What are these little itchy bumps on my toes?

What are these little itchy bumps on my toes?

Many things.: Can't tell without visualizing them. Check with your pcp, dermatologist, or podiatrist. ...Read more

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What might cause painful, itchy bumps on the toes?

What might cause painful, itchy bumps on the toes?

Fungal disease: Itchy, painful bumps on the toes may be caused by a fungal disease. You may also have contact dermatitis. See a podiatrist for evaluation, possible culture, and treatment with medication. In the meantime, keep your feet dry, allow them some sunshine and air, and try zeasorb powder in your shoes to absorb moisture. ...Read more

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I have extremely itchy bumps on my toes. Will they go away naturally or should I see a doctor?

I have extremely itchy bumps on my toes. Will they go away naturally or should I see a doctor?

Athletes foot: You likely have a fungal infection. You can try over the counter antifungal medications to clear it up. If that does not work you may need to see a doctor. ...Read more

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Should I self treat itchy, red bumps on toes?

Should I self treat itchy, red bumps on toes?

You could: It sounds like you have the beginning of athletes foot.
Try an antifungal for a week. If it does not help see your podiatrist. ...Read more

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How can I relieve itchy flesh colored bumps on toes?

How can I relieve itchy flesh colored bumps on toes?

See your Podiatrist: See your podiatrist or primary care physician. ...Read more

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What to do if I have itchy clear bumps between my toes! What are they?

What to do if I have itchy clear bumps between my toes! What are they?

Itchy: Sounds like athlete's foot. See your podiatrist for a diagnosis and then topical treatment can be initiated ...Read more

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Itchy flesh colored bumps on toes--are these warts?

Itchy flesh colored bumps on toes--are these warts?

Possible: Your description would need more to tell, are they itchy, do they hurt if you squeeze them.
To be sure you need to see a podiatrist to diagnose & treat. ...Read more

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Little itchy bumps on my big toe. What is it?

Little itchy bumps on my big toe. What is it?

It could be...: Athlete's foot. The best otc medication (in my opinion) is lotrimin (clotrimazole) 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 more

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I have tiny itchy bumps on my big toe what could it possibly be?

I have tiny itchy bumps on my big toe what could it possibly be?

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 more

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I have a little red itchy watery bump on my toe its really itchy?

I have a little red itchy watery bump on my toe its really itchy?

Fungal infection: This itchy bump can be many things, from a fungal infection to poison ivy.

Try over the counter cortisone on the itchy spot and see if that helps. If it has liquid in it be careful not to get the liquid on any other part of your foot or body as some fungus spreads by liquid contact.

If it gets worse, spreads or does not go away in a few days seek medical assistance for treatment. ...Read more

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I stepped on something a week ago and it caused an intense burning pain and now I have an itchy swollen bump on my toe?

Stinging Pain.: You description sounds as though you have been stung, injected or otherwise bitten by a critter. A typical foreign body usually does not have "intense burning" as an immediate result. While your waiting for the appointment to the doctor, try applying moist heat for a while. You can also try cold application, just to see which works better. ...Read more

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I have red itchy bump like between my toes about a week and im using ringworm cream over the counter about 3 days. Getting worse and spreding! ?

I have red itchy bump like between my toes about a week and im using ringworm cream over the counter about 3 days. Getting worse and spreding! ?

Perhaps it's not: Athletes foot? You may want to try a different cream....which one were you using? Consider adding a topical steroid if the itching is bad...I think you can get a one percent hydrocortisone OTC. ...Read more

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I have little ant bite looking, very itchy bumps in between my toes and fingers and in between my buttocks. What could it be?

I have little ant bite looking, very itchy bumps in between my toes and fingers and in between my buttocks. What could it be?

Scabies: Scabies may cause the lesions you describe -- especially between toes & fingers and buttocks. If it's scabies, you'll need a prescription medicine to treat it. Please let your doctor examine you and make recommendations. Others in your household may need to be treated also. ...Read more

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Itchy bump on side of big toe knuckle and on top of knuckle. Isn't painful, but very itchy and irritated when wear close-toed shoes.

Itchy bump on side of big toe knuckle and on top of knuckle. Isn't painful, but very itchy and irritated when wear close-toed shoes.

Try simple first.: I am not clear as to which knuckle you are describing. It is either the joint in the big toe itself or the joint where the big toe meets the main body of the foot. If the bump becomes worse while wearing a certain shoe style, then change the shoes. This may be the easiest solution. Possibly there is an underlying fungal infection. Try using a topical anti fungal. Have it examined by a doctor. ...Read more