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Toe Color Changes
7dys heat/cold sensations in my toes, no color change. Onset of raynauds or vasculitis since I have elevated antiRNP 1.7 last 3yrs and no diagnosis?
When cold weather I feel cold toes, no color change, I have elevated antiRNP 1.7 last 4yrs and no diagnosis. Onset of raynauds or vasculitis?
No: With the information you have given, there definitely not enough evidence for a diagnosis of vasculitis. Raynaud's phenomenon would require a color change. I would not fixate on the positive RNP as a certain percentage of normal individuals have a unexplained positive RNP. Cold toes are quite common. ...Read more
No change needed: Usually, toe walking resolves without treatment. You may want to have her checked by a podiatrist who treats children to insure she doesn't have a tight achilles tendon, limitation of ankle motion or other neurological issue. That being said, most toe walking is benign and resolves spontaneously. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Venous congestion : Sounds like the most likely culpritGet a more detailed answer ›
Hi! I have this dark spot on my toe , is this ok? It didn't grow or change , has been here for months
Yes: It should be fine, but keep an eye on it. Over your lifetime, "birthmarks" can occur anywhere on your body and can be relatively benign. Unless there is irregularity, bleeding, or concerning features such as open wound, it usually isn't something to worry about. However, if you are worried, see your dermatologist or podiatrist for a biopsy. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a small (2mm) brown line on the underside of one of my toes. It looks like I pinched my skin (can't remember it) and it hasn't changed. Help?
Skin discolor : Have a dermatologist look at it and recommend ...Read more
Where are Cysts?: Minor cystic changes could be either soft tissue or osseous (bony). If they are osseous, it really does not mean much. Most of us have some "minor" cystic changes in our bones. If they are numerous, one could be dealing with an entity like ollier's disease. Minor cystic changes in soft tissue are less common and would likely be associated with some sort of tumor. Check w your doc on this. ...Read more
My second toes are curving towards my third toes. I changed my shoes. It doesn't hurt. Is there anything I can do to uncurl my toes?
Longfellows.: There is always a way to treat curly toes. It really depends on age, underlying bone structure, soft tissue involvement, toe length pattern and the like. An evaluation by a competent specialist should be able to suggest the available treatment options. ...Read more