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What causes a sore on bottom of foot?

What causes a sore on bottom of foot?

Ulceration: There are many reasons for wounds on the feet. They can be related to pressure, vascular, diabetes, skin cancers, other skin disorders, and many more. It is important to have these evaluated by a qualified foot and ankle specialist or wound care clinic. ...Read more

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Treating Athlete's Foot (Checklist)

Dry well between the toes after your shower or bath
Daily
Wear white cotton socks, especially in the summer
Once
Try to avoid scratching
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See your podiatrist is symptoms persist or do not improve
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I have a little lump in the middle of my Achilles and its sore when i touch it. At times it causes a lot of pain where i can bend my foot back and for?

I have a little lump in the middle of my Achilles and its sore when i touch it. At times it causes a lot of pain where i can bend my foot back and for?

Achilles Nodule: I would recc you see your pcp for podiatrist asap... You have a painful nodule on your achilles tendon. It would bode well to be immobilized for a while and acquire an MRI of the area to determine the extent of the nodule and any underlying involvement. Sometimes, the nodular area will resolve. I would avoid any steroid injections in this area. ...Read more

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I have pain and a tender lump on the bottom of my right foot. Pain is now radiating to other parts of foot. Any idea what it is and how to treat?

A lump: Is not something to self treat. On the bottom of the foot a possibility is a plantar fibroma. However, i believe all lumps should be biopsies to differentiate a benign from malignant lesion unless one is willing to guarantee a benign lesion. ...Read more

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Treating Athlete's Foot (Checklist)

Change shoes daily
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Disinfect shoes
Daily
Consider soaking in betadine/water solution 2-3x weekly
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Start with a topical anti-fungal
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What can I do for lump on bottom of foot?

What can I do for lump on bottom of foot?

Lump: Any lump anywhere should be evaluated . Do the right thing and seek the help of your podiatrist . ...Read more

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Can my subungual melanoma spread to the bottom of my foot I have a new small brown lump on bottom of foot looks like a small mole wasn't there before?

Can my subungual melanoma spread to the bottom of my foot I have a new small brown lump on bottom of foot  looks like a small mole wasn't there before?

Yes it can : The answer is yes it can. It can spread to other areas of your body. But also, it is possible to be a second primary ( a second melanoma that is not a spread from the 1st melanoma). In any case, you should talk to your md/ dermatologist about this -have it checked and treated -asap. ...Read more

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Treating Athlete's Foot (Checklist)

Wash Feet
2x day
Different pair of shoes
daily
antifungal powders in shoe
daily
OTC antifungal cream to feet
2x day
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Sore ankle and pain on bottom of foot near little toe when i walk. From my heels?

Sore ankle and pain on bottom of foot near little toe when i walk. From my heels?

Possibilities: Depends. Is there swelling? May just be a strain/sprain: especially if walking excessively in heels which is not good. If swelling is present and very painful may be a stress fracture. If persistent, see podiatrist. ...Read more

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