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Have lumps in soles of foot, painful to touch

I live in a third wold country and do not have medical access. I have transitory pea size lumps in the soft tissue on the sole of my foot that appear every so often. The lump is painful to pressure and to the touch. The lumps go away after a few days, but make it difficult to walk. Last week, the pain was unusual, and on the other foot. The pain was like there was a bruise in the tissue. It came on suddenly without any trauma to the foot.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
From your history it seems that you might have corn on sloe of foot.
Apply Corn cap, available on chemist counter, on the lump, keep this cap very tight on the corn for about 5 days .
After 5 days open the corn cap, there might be some softening of surrounding area.
Now apply another one at the same time and same place.
After 5 days remove corn cap and corn will come out.
Keep in mind that cap should remain in continuous contact with corn, then proper result will be there.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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