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Splinter In Foot Can T Get Out
Got metal splinter in foot and white puss is coming out, I can't get it out. Will it draw out itself?
Foreign body: Not necessarily. And the fact that you have pus coming out of the foot shows that there is an infectious process. I would recommend evaluation by a podiatrist asap. If you can't be seen, go to the er. You need someone to look at the foot, get the metal out, place you on antibiotics and make sure your tetanus status is up to date. ...Read more
If I am: Understanding you correctly, it can. Sounds like you think you have glass in your foot. If so, see a foot doc. It is very hard for one to bend down and examine their own feet. Often, you end up doing"bathroom surgery" and make the problem worse. A foot doc should be able to help resolve your issue quickly and painlessly. ...Read more
Have a bump on foot hard and painful to the touch. How can if I have glass splinter in foot or if it is wart or something else?
Many possibilities: This sounds like a condition that will need to be diagnosed "in person" by a podiatrist. There are A LOT of things it COULD be. Have a local doctor take a look. ...Read more
My daughter has a splinter in her foot and its so small yhat I can't reach it with twizzers, what is the best way to get it out fast? Help
I use a needle: When these come into the office it is often because parents have not been able to get them out. I rely on magnification/light & the business end of an injection needle to scoop the splinter out. If it is superfical enough, I don't need to numb the area with anesthetic. If the splinter is very small and the kid has no pain while walking, you could leave it alone. Some will work themselves out. ...Read more
My one year old has a small splinter or small piece of glass in her foot and it hurts her every time she move it how can I get it out unpainfully?
See a doctor: If you has problem to remove, please see your doctor and he/she might can do that with proper tool ...Read more
Things that look like splinters some dark some white keep coming out of bottom of foot u can watch them come get it out more come extreme pain what do?
See a foot doc: This doesn't sound like splinters....Get a more detailed answer ›
Am I going to get tetanus from the tiny wood like splinter in the bottom of my feet (got a splinter on Friday 8/26/16 at 6:40am and can't get it out but the part of the splinter broke so its tiny) even if I got vaccinated for tdap on 4/8/11?
You are not likely to get tetanus from wood splinters but your vaccination is good for ten years and is current. You should seek help to get the splinter out before it gets infected.
Is it true that if you get a thorn/splinter in your foot for example, it can somehow go up into your body, into your heart, etc.? Thank you
No: There is no common circumstance where that could happen. ...Read more
What is the best way to get a splinter that is deep under the skin in the ball of my foot out. Painful to walk?
I have a small deep splinter in the bottom of my foot that I cant get out. Tried needle and tweezers but its just to deep, small, and sore to remove?
Am I going to get tetanus from the tiny wood like splinter in the bottom of my feet (got a splinter on Friday 8/26/16 at 6:40am) and I got vaccinated for tdap on 4/8/11 but will this protect my body from it?
You are protected: And unlikely to get a tetanus infection this way, remember to have a booster dose in 2021, wish you wellness ...Read more
Maybe: If you stepped on something you may have a splinter but only an examination will tell. ...Read more
18 mo old has wood splinter in his toe. Leave it be or try to get it out? I don't want it to get infected (obviously!)
Wood you believe?: Because of the relatively small size of the toe at this age, removing the splinter is not as difficult as expected. Having said that, I much prefer that the splinter work it's self out. Less traumatic experience for both patient and parent. Depending on the many possible circumstances, soaking repeatedly tends to make self extraction easier. Many times a mild cellulitis also delivers the splinter. ...Read more
Yes: Most club feet are now managed non operatively with casting as long as they are addressed as infants. 100% correction is not always achieved as it is a genetic deformity. Pediatric orthopedists are the experts in this topic and I would defer to them for further advice. ...Read more
Mmp: Matrix metalloproteinases are enzymes that destroy skin it is expressed in people with lymphedema, diabetics, on meds like coumadin, (warfarin) steroids etc. To control them use orally vitamin k2 (subtype of vit k) and zinc, selenium. Locally you want to protect the skin with wrapping them with calamine soaked gauze (unna boot strips) and webril with tubular stretch bandage so skin does not peel off. ...Read more
What to do if I am 220 with 10-9ish wide feet, goal is 9 normal or 8 1/2, I don't care if it get shorter but will it get thinner?
How do I get the bottoms of y feet to be less dry when I wear flip flops. They get really rough and the lotion that I use doesn't seem to help.
Hmph: What you are asking for is is like asking how to cure a scratchy neck but you like to wear turtlenecks shirts...Your feet will dry out due to the wearing flip flops and constent exposure to dry conditions. If you must wear the flip flops, try putting lotion on your feet before you go to bed and wear socks to soften your skin overnight. ...Read more
My feet are way too huge and I don't get the perfect feet easily, is it possible to have them shortened to maybe a size 6? and are there any risks?
Do not recommend: I don't recommend doing any plastic surgery on your feet as you might end up with having pain where you had none before. ...Read more
Hot feet at night:
See great discussion of the many possible causes at www. Simple-remedies. Com/.../burning-feet-at-night. Html
burning feet is a condition that can range from mild to severe. There are a number of burning feet at night causes. A wide range of treatment options can be provided. ..This is called the grierson-gopalan syndrome. ...Read more
Possible neuropathy: Neuropathy can happen as a result of trauma, or nerve damage due to the consumption of alcohol or certain medications. Symptoms can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the exact cause in order to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Can't get Epsom Salts in Phnom Penh. Need it to soak foot and dislodge embedded thorns. Substitute??? Thanks.
Bath Salts: Many commercially available bath salts contain Magnesium sulfate. Check labels. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Besides plantar fascitis, what are some painful conditions that feet can get partly because they didn't stretch enough?
Shin splints,: Shin splints and achilles tendinitis are common as well as capsulitis under the ball of the 2nd metatarsal head. Sesamoiditis can also occur as well as stress fractures. Finally neuromas can occur due to excess pressure of the ball of the foot due to tight achilles tendon. ...Read more
What could it be if u had these things that look like splinters (but aren't) coming out the bottom of ur foot? Extremely painful swelling.
Foot Pain: With extreme pain and swelling you need to seek a medical professional in person to evaluate you. You are welcome to submit a photo here, however the internet is not your best option without more information. ...Read more
Is it ok to use medication to get back on your feet for anxiety, with intention to make changes to eventually get off them? Don't want life long.
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