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The bottom of my foot by my big toe hurts dead skin?

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Dr. Brent Rubin
Podiatry

In brief: Big toe

If you have a lot of skin there, it could be a pressure point from you're gait.
Paring this down with an insert is appropriate. That being said if it has a seedy appearance and bleeds very easily, it could be a wart. Check with a podiatrist for further care.

In brief: Big toe

If you have a lot of skin there, it could be a pressure point from you're gait.
Paring this down with an insert is appropriate. That being said if it has a seedy appearance and bleeds very easily, it could be a wart. Check with a podiatrist for further care.
Dr. Brent Rubin
Dr. Brent Rubin
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Agree with dr. Rubin. This is often seen in cases of a medial roll off gait pattern, a functional hallux limitis or cases of flexor sesamoids causing pressure spots under the great toe.
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