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How to get rid of a dry, itchy, swollen, bubbly foot rash?

Depends. There can be many causes of what you are describing from a type of eczema to a foot fungus. It is important to determine the diagnosis to formulate a treatment plan. This i'd best done itch a clinical exam. Read more...

I have had a red itchy patch on my foot close to my ankle for almost a year nothing will get rid of it?

Psoriasis. I punch biopsy to the outer margins and center should be performed. A additional skin scrapings; pas stain KOH prep and tzank smear should be performed! Read more...
See a doctor. Best to see a podiatrist or dermatologist. You may need a biopsy of the area to determine what it is & how to treat it. Read more...

24 f sore on sole of foot white with brownish/greyish specks hurts a bit what is this and how can I get rid of it, it's also a bit itchy?

Wart City. Hard to tell without really seeing it. However, your description, sounds as though you may have a wart on your foot. This is a virus infection in the skin. To remove all doubt consult with a specialist for a diagnosis and treatment plan. There are many OTC ways to treat your problem, but, the diagnosis has to be confirmed. Read more...

I have a tiny raised red spot on the bottom of my foot on the soft bit, it's really itchy and hurts when I itch it won't go away how do I get rid x?

May be fungus. There is a list if the things it may be, but the most common is fungus. The second most common is eczema. Try a topical anti-fungal like lamisil (terbinafine). If no better then Cortaid 10. If it persists an exam and possibly a biopsy is warranted. Read more...
Hard to diagnose. Without more of a history and an examination. How long have you had this? Was there any injury or environmental exposure? Cortisone cream may help itching but see a foot specialist. Read more...

I've been having eczema for almost a year. Should I see another doctor? Is it possible to get rid of it? It started last summer on one foot. My dermatologist prescribed ultravate, which worked for a while. Then, my other foot started to get itchy and then

There . There are many treatment options for eczema and it is a chronic condition, but if you are not improving, i would discuss with your doctor about other treatment options. Read more about eczema and other treatment options at the link below. I hope that helps! Read more...
There are many new. products out for eczema and more on the horizon. If your eczema isn't under good control and your doctor can't seem to help, consider a second opinion. Bleach baths are a great addition. Read more...

I've several insect bites on my foot and one large blister has formed over a bite, some swelling&alot of itchiness. Should I seek medical treatment?

Seeking medical . Attention is never bad or wrong, afterall, you do have a problem. Alternatively, l if you feel comfortable using a sterile instrument you can pop the blister allow it to drain and place some antibiotic ointment to the site and bandage it. Change daily and monitor the wound and yourself for any fever or signs of redness or swelling by the bites. Read more...
Insect bites. The blisters needs to be open. May try otc oral antihistamine and topical steroid cream. Look for sgsn of infection. If no improvement ned to see your physician. Read more...