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Growing lump on right heel, no pain, restricted walking

Growing lump on right heel- no pain while sitting or touching, however severely restricts walking. Lump appeared about 3 months ago, however the past 2 weeks the lump has grown! Very painful! I am overweight and exercise very little. However- I am active mom of 4 young children. What s up?e
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Hi ! Have you changed your shoes/foot wear recently following which the lump appeared on your sole ? Most likely it has formed a bursa(cyst like cavity near the bone) which got infected by repeated/chronic pressure while walking and started causing pain. If so, you may have to go for a properly fitting foot wear, take some anti inflammatory and antibiotics on consultation with your family physician. He may also advise you to go for an incision and drainage if it has formed an abscess. Also please get your blood sugar tested for exclusion. Wish you an early recovery.
Answered: Thu, 30 May 2013
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