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Black spot on heel of foot tumor

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I am trying to figure out the source of my pain along the outside right heel, from the heel to the beginning of the arche, when I flex my foot it feels like a dry rubberband is cracking. not sure what tendon ...

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Hello, I have had pain in my left heel for a month or so now, and for the past week I have also experienced 'hot flashes' on the sole of that foot – and am just wondering what it could be. [History ...

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My 6 yr old son has an approximately 3cm round, flat, non-painful dot on the heel of his right foot. I plan on taking him to the doctor on Tuesday. Should I be more worried and take ohm sooner? ...

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Hi, Sir I have a pain for 2 months now in my heel the right foot not all the heel only a particular spot on my heel, I feel the pain when I walk and if I press the pain spot with my finger. Please I ...

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Public Forum Discussions

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Hi I just noticed a small (about half the size of a dime) dark almost black spot on the heel of my right foot. Not sure how long it has been there. Is that anything to be concerned about? I have also ...

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my mom has a brown shaded spot on the heel of her foot. I m thinking it s a sign of melanoma because the borders aren t defined and it has black spots mixed in with the brown shade. Then I see small ...

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yes. I have been having pain in the right rear of my foot at the heel. I is sensitive to touch pain in one spot. I have trouble walking especially down stairs and especially in the morning. Could ...

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I ve got a black spot under my heel which I thought was a verruca but have seen pics and now know ... weight on it ....pin head size black dot under skin. ...

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. There is a black spot under the skin and that is where the pain is....Should I see my Primary care first or should ...Yesterday I felt a pain under my foot when walking. I feel I may have something under my skin ...

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and that s is severe pain on the outside edge of my foot near my heel. There are little inflamed areas there. It makes ...I am a cancer survivor. I had a pituitary/hypothalamic tumor. I recently, about 6 months ago had ...

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Hi, my husband has tiny black spots on both his heels which are very painful when walking and laying down. He uses an anti fungal spray before bed and in the mornings which does give him some relief ...

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Thanks My daughter stepped down on a pebble driveway barefoot and a few days later noticed a black perfectly round spot on her heel. It hurt for a few days but then quit. The black spot is still ...

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I am 37 years old, 6 4, and weigh 220 pounds. I have been experiencing pain in my left heel for about a month. Today, i decided to look at it. When i did, I saw a black, lumpy spot. It does not hurt ...

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I have been using a razor to clean my heels when the skin gets thick. Well, they are sore to the point when I lay in the bed it s uncomfortable for me for my heels to be on the bed. I have a black spot ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hello thanks for posting You may do Ice fomentation,rest and take Ibuprofen.Keep foot elevated along with elastic bandage (crepe bandage). If the symptoms worsens you may visit nearby local doctor. Take care

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Tumors are basically of two types, the first type are benign which means they are not life threatening, the other type are cancers, the reason why a tumor develops is mostly because of DNA damage that happens over a period of time as a we grow older or due to damage to the DNA before birth, Consult an Orthopedic surgeon and get it examined.

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Corn/callous removal cream containing salicylic acid is available over the counter. You can use them. If it's troubling a lot, consider removal under guidance of a surgeon.