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I have this bump on my callous of my left foot, it feels hard like I have a rock under my skin. I have been googling things it could be.Please help me!

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Dr. Payam Rafat
Podiatry

In brief: IPK?

An intractable plantar keratosis (ipk) is a discrete, focused callus, usually about 1 cm, on the plantar aspect of the forefoot which typically occur beneath one or more metatarsal heads or under another area of pressure.

In brief: IPK?

An intractable plantar keratosis (ipk) is a discrete, focused callus, usually about 1 cm, on the plantar aspect of the forefoot which typically occur beneath one or more metatarsal heads or under another area of pressure.
Dr. Payam Rafat
Dr. Payam Rafat
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In brief: Bump

Probably a corn. Try a corn patch or see a derm.

In brief: Bump

Probably a corn. Try a corn patch or see a derm.
Dr. Christopher Moeller
Dr. Christopher Moeller
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