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Lumps On Hands And Feet
I have very tiny slightly red spot like lumps on on my hands and feet there are very few I can even count them.. but they are very painful to touch?
Hello Doctor. I have very itchy white lumps growing on my hands feet elbows and legs they are really painful to touch. What are they?
My hands and : Feet do not have any lumps. I am not sure if you are referring to the ankle bones? ...Read more
Plantar fibromas: They are likely benign lesions called fibromas. They can occur in the palms and in the soles of the feet. With respect to the feet, they are usually hard nodules within the plantar fascia. They can vary in size and in number and can bigger and more numerous over time. I would recommend seeing a podiatrist to have them examined and to establish a baseline as far as their size and location. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have lumps inside of skin pop up in feet, hands, thighs, shoulders, back, back of neck and head for 3+ months, inflamed and painful they come-n-go?
Lumps at the base of my skull. Seems like swollen lymph nodes, this way off and on for mths, ear pressure/fluid. Hand/foot itching, numbness. see dr?
Yes!: Anything that has been an ongoing problem for months needs to be checked. If there was a simple explanation, you would have found it. Since the symptoms were not temporary, it is important to find out what is going on. So do get checked. Good luck! ...Read more
I randomly today got a small lump on the palm of my foot and it feels like a bruise when i stand on it and it is hurting more and more when i touch it?
Or you first: Noticed it and it was there before. Nonetheless you should see a doc and have it checked out. It may have to be biopsied. ...Read more
You can hold more: With big hands, big feet offer a nice foundation to hold one up. ...Read more
Causes can be..: A compromise to the nerves and/or blood vessels which supply the hands and feet, may lead to the sensation of numbness/tingling. Because your symptoms are symmetrical and involves more than one localized area, this is more likely a systemic causation/reaction. Causes can be extreme temp exposure, vitamin B12 or folate (folic acid) deficiency, diabetes, neurological abnormalities, low thyroid hormone, and more. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers