painful lump on bottom of arch foot

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Dr. Ronald Oberman answered:

Painful lumps on arch of feet painful to walk?

Plantar fibroma

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is most likely diagnosis based on your description. Supportive shoes and padding may provide some relief. See Podiatrist to have this evaluated so tretment options can be explored.
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Have pain on medial side of foot near arch, sometimes when I twist my foot, a mass or ball of muscle or something pops out and it is very painful?

Possible plantar

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Fibroma? The fact there is pain warrants a clinical exam. If indeed a mass is present, biopsy is mandated.
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Dr. Eric R. Tepper answered:

I have what started out as a small lump on the bottom of my foot (it has grown larger). It's not on the arch or the heal. It's painful when walking.

Have it checked

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Clearly, anytime a lump develops, that increases in size and pain with ambulation, it needs to be checked out. I recommend surgical excision of any mass that is painful and increasing in size with time. Routinely, the specimen that is excised is sent to the pathology lab.
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Dr. Stuart Plotkin answered:

I have a knot in the bottom of my foot between my arch and my heel very painful what is it?

Plantar fibroma

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If it is indeed a hard cyst on the bottom of your foot it is probably a plantar fibroma- benign, not usually painful. It can be removed surgically but try a cortisone injection first. If there is no cyst- just pain then most likely it is plantar fasciitis and you need an orthotic
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I'm getting clear, painful blisters/warts on the arch of my foot. Help?

See a foot doctor

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Blisters and warts are two seperate problems both if which can be treated by foot doc or dermatologist.
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I'm wondering why are the muscles in the arch of my foot knotted and painful?

Could be a fibroma

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Plantarfibromas present themselves as "knots" along the path of the plantar fascia on the bottom of the foot. See a podiatrist for evaluation and treatment options.
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Dr. Randy L. Lisch answered:

Recently i have swollen and painful foot arch after running, how should i treat this?

Ice and support

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Usually this is due to a lack of support in your shoes. Ice the area to reduce the swelling and either purchase orthotics from your podiatrist or some form of support to aid you in running. Get out of those old shoes.
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Dr. Sharon Mcmanus answered:

2 yr old with a small pimple like bump on arch of foot. Very painful and she won't walk. No sign of injury.

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Needs eval. Possible infection with/ without foreign body
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Dr. Aaron Lewis answered:

I recently had one of those horribly painful foot cramps on the arch of your foot. What do you do with a very sensitive foot?

Foot Cramps

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This could be for several reasons. One Circulation: If you are a smoker or have poor circulation your muscles in the foot and legs are not getting enough nutrition to sustain themselves. 2. You could be overworking your foot in a particular shoe are doing a particular exercise. You need to be evaluated by a Podiatrist Where these and other items can be tested.
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I've developed a 3cm callus-like growth on the interior arch of my left foot. It feels like a callus, and isn't painful. What is it?

Lesion

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The only way to know for sure would be to take a biopsy of the lesion and sent it for analysis. Aside from calluses, plantar warts are commonly found on the foot and may have a similar appearance to a callus. A good test would be to squeeze the lesion from side to side. Calluses are painful on direct palpation where warts are painful when squeezed from the sides. Seeing a podiatrist could help
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