I have dark spots on bottom of foot that are hard and painful.
dark spots on bottom of foot that are hard and painful and swelling my toe I am a 56yr hispanic women,i am 179lbs and about 5 2 tall. I have been diagnosed with Lupus, Rhematoid arthritis I do not drink alcohol but I do smoke.I have these two dark spots that are hard and painful, one is right below my pinky toe on the palm of my foot and the other is on my 3rd toe on the bottom of my foot and this one is causing my toe to swell. I have gone to see a foot doctor he has no idea what it is and has given me cream to put on them he has also taken the hard skin off and so have I but there has been no results.
Dark spots on the toes (palmar) side affecting two toes simultaneously could be due to some blunt trauma causing haematoma (blood clot). Blood vessels can weaken due to lupus. Corns is a possibility but rare cause they are of the same colour and wldny come up so acutely ( suddenly). Occasionally it clould be some unwanted growth. Also rule out diabetes and visit your Dermatologist asap
Hi now that I m older I am embarrassed of the dark spot on the bottom of my feet from back in my childhood I never use to wear shoes and I would step on glass and cut up the bottom and now as an adult I have to pay for it because I have drown ish spots under my skin... Is it really anything I can do to get them back pretty and white or at least close to it
My brother in law noticed a dark spot on the bottom of my foot today when I had my feet propped up. There is one that is a circle and another that is oblong along my heal. The oblong is on the outside of my heal the other circle spot is on the inside of my heal. They re dark purple. I have no pain in my feet. I did run a 10k this morning, but I don t know how long they ve even been there. When I apply pressure to the spots they don t change color. I can t feel anything under the skin. The circle one is pretty consistent in color. The oblong spot has 3 lighter spots toward the middle along the length of the spot. Any ideas on what would cause this? Can you bruise in your feet? It was a trail run with uneven ground.
I have a dark spot on the bottoms of both my feet. One is relatively small, it s been there for about 3-4 days And then today I noticed I have one on the heel of my other foot aswell. But this one is much larger... maybe about an inch wide. Just curious to what this could be. I definitely didn t get a heel bruise, I would have felt the pain with it. So I m rather confused, is it diabetes?
Hi, I have had an itchy foot for weeks now but recently I have gotten an outbreak of small spots/blisters on the bottom of my foot that ooze a cleat liquid when they burst. The spots are spreading rapidly and my baby toe has become swollen because of them which is in turn making it painful when I walk. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you
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