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Walk on outside of left foot. Large pus leaking, bleeding blister from outside to mid foot. How to get relief?

i walk on the outside of my left foot and have done so for years. This has caused a very hard protrusion on the outside of the foot that has also been present for years, with no pain. I recent developed what appears like very large blister like formation going from the oldside to the mid foot that begain leaking puss and blood .
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Hi, from the information you have given it looks you have got an infection in your foot.i would suggest you to have your pus drained and send the pus for culture ansd sensitivity.clean dressing of the wound should be will need to check if you have diabetes as it predisposes to infection.if present diabetes needs to be controlled.x ray of the affected part needs to be done to check if your bone is intact.antibiotic needs to be started based on the culture report.appropriate footwares needs to health.
Answered: Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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