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Red Spots In My Big Toe Symptoms
Got these red spots on my toes with lots of itching and burning sensations. Big toe nails look yellowish, slightly brownish at the front edges.
Fungus: It sounds probable that you may be dealing with fungus growing on your skin and under your toe nails. You will need the help of prescriptions for either topical or oral antifungal medication from your primary care provider to get rid of it completely. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a foot doc: Or dermatologist. Without seeing a picture hard to day. ...Read more
See her podiatrist.: She should be checked out to make sure she heals properly from her fall. Podiatrists can also provide nail care, check ups, wound care (trimming callus and dead tissue away), write antibiotic prescriptions if necessary (oral, or topical for use on wounds), perform surgery, and get you custom diabetic inserts and shoes to avoid future problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Red Spots on Foot: While the most common cause of small red bumps on the bottom of your foot is a fungal infection known as tinea pedis, or athlete's foot. Several other diseases may present similarly. These include contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis--which is associated with asthma--bacterial infections, and psoriasis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I don't know how to post the photo but the top of my right foot has 4 little red spots that itch, are dry&get redder while I take a shower. What is it?
See your doctor: We need to find out what they are before we can determine the best way to remove them. ...Read more
3year old has red spots on the bottom of her foot on the inside not outside of foot. Just came up. Saying foot hurt though.
Hi, I noticed three tiny red bumps and red spots under my foot yesterday. They don't hurt or itch in any way. What can be causing them? Thanks.
It may be nothing. .: It is impossible to determine the cause with such minimal history. It is possible that it is the early stages of chronic athletes foot. This sometimes is non-itchy nor painful. Wait and see if it gets worse or if the symptoms change, you might get a better answer then. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 month old just got two red spots on her heels one on the back of each foot right above her heels looks like it would from someone with shoes that are too small but she doesn't wear shoes they don't seem to bother her at all they have been there for a
There could be many: Reasons those red dots are there. I.E. A bite, a scratch, an abrasion etc. Babies do kick their feet around. It may also be none of the above the hard thing is that we can't see the red spots as you do. For this reason I would recommend you take your baby to the doctor - her pediatrician, a dermatologist or podiatrist should be able to help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 88 yr. Old neighbor took her sock off tonight & found her right foot red, swollen, red spots on the top. What could this be?
See docto asap: It could be infection or other cause and should be evaluated asap/ ...Read more
I have very small red spots under my right foot between the ball and arch, with a further 1-2 underneath the middle of my foot. These form a lump.
Hi, a couple weeks ago I noticed 2 painless small red dots on my penis. Now I have small red dots on my tongue and red spots on foot. What can it be?
Hemangiomas?: A few painless red dots on the skin, on the penis or anywhere else, usually are not abnormal. Most likely they are small hemangiomas, i.e. blood vessel "moles". They are harmless and often become more common as the years pass. No STD or any other serious health problem is a likely cause. But see a doctor for reassurance if you remain concerned. ...Read more
High fever for two days, red spots developed on my skin mostly foot and palms, itchy but when scratch or touch, it hurt as if it is swollen.
Hand & foot rash: Many skin conditions can involve hands & feet. Some of them are erythema multiforme, that looks like little targets, usually triggered by a cold sore eruption but could be due to medications, a viral infection called hand, foot & mouth disease that has oval blisters surrounded by rim of red on palms, soles and in mouth. These may have fever, also eczema, psoriasis, etc. Please see dermatologist. ...Read more