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Skin Illness Cause Term Heel Lesions
Bacterial infection: Heel lesions with small holes in the skin are caused by a kind of strep called pitted keratolysis. It is caused by excessive sweating which allows the bacteria to over grow. Decrease sweating with antiperspirant at night on feet, insole to absorb excessive sweat and topical Erythromycin as used for acne. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is that why my left heel could still be hurting cause the thorn could still be in, or under neath my skin in my left heel huh? Just wondering!
NoMicroDitchDigging!: Any little foreign body in the foot, especially the heel or toe pads can hurt for quite a while. Then someone other than a podiatrist starts picking and digging at it to try and remove it. If it isn't directly visible, it's either a formidable task or ends up a Pyrrhic victory. So leave it alone and if it's really bothering you a lot get a doctor to look at it close-up. Or wait a while and see. ...Read more
Lack of moisture : Hydration and lack of moisture mostly causes dryness of your skin on your heels. If there peeling as well you may have a fungal infection. If you do not have the latter, usually moisturizing your skin works. I recommend you see a podiatrist. There is many ways to reduce dryness on heels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 32 m got a spot pain on heel where I couldn't see anything visible. The pain is severe and the skin is very dry. Pl let me kn the possible cause
Plantar fascitiis?: Don't be fooled. It is possible you have platar fascittis which is a common source of heel pain. It is not visible as the ligamnet that is hurting is in the foot and not on the outside of your foot. Try icing it, wear arch supports or orthotics in your shoes to support the ligament. Stretch your feet before getting out of bed in the morning. You can take an antiinflammatory if pain is severe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hv a spot under the skin on my heel thats shown up twice b4 and causes the vein in my leg to become inflamed all the way to my groin. What is it?
5 month old has a pea sized lump under skin on foot where heel meets arch. Fairly firm and doesn't cause her pain when pressed. What could it be?
When i was a child i had red, sore, flaky skin on my palms and the heels of my feet. Could it have been psoriasis?Could psoriasis caused my miscarriages
I had surgery 10 days ago. i had skin graft from hip and it was placed on foot. its a large section of heel. Could this cause swollen glands in neck?
No: A skin graft to heel taken from hip places the surgery below the umbilical area where nodes to groin in rare instances may show enlargement. I suspect this is a free split thickness graft that requires immobilization of leg and foot to keep graft in place until healing occurrs. Glands in neck as a response to surgery would only be associated with surgery of the H&N. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where: Where are you having pain after wearing heels? Common sites include the ball of the foot, bottom of the heel and the back of the heel. What is the quality of the pain and does anything make it better or worse? More information will help provide better feedback as treatment is different. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plantar fasciitis.: The most common cause of heel pain is plantar fasciitis: an inflammation of a thick band of tissue that helps hold up the arch of your foot. It attaches to your heel bone, and is usually the most painful during the first few steps in the morning, or after sitting a long time and then standing quickly. Check with your doctor to rule out nerve damage, stress fracture, or other bony problems. ...Read more
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