A Lump On The Lower Big Toe?
Good night doctor, I’m asking the side bones under my thumb like there’s a lump and for a long time I don’t know what it is but if you touch or press the lump it hurts and sometimes it doesn’t, and if you walk too long or get tired, it often hurts especially wearing shoes, it what kind of lump, please confirm, thank you
Is the lump beside the big toe?
The lump on the side of the big toe can be =
Tophy, or uric acid crystallization. This condition occurs when uric acid in the blood rises and causes the formation of uric acid crystals in the joint. Can cause pain, sometimes accompanied by inflammation and redness, and there will be a lump that gets bigger and bigger, Bunion, a bone lump due to swelling of the big toe joint. It can be painful and often occurs in users of high heels. Inflammation of the big toe. Hallux valgus, progressive deformity of the bones and joints in the big toe. So that it makes the shape of the big toe pointing inward at the tip of the nail. Turf toe, a condition that occurs as a result of trauma (usually in athletes) which causes changes in the shape of the big toe joint. To know for sure the cause of your condition, direct physical tests and medical tests are needed in the form of blood tests, X-rays, and sometimes a CT SCAN to find out the shape and deformity that is present. That way, treatment can be given according to the needs of treatment and relieve existing symptoms.
Talk to your orthopedist about your condition. Thus the doctor can provide optimal treatment.
A cold compress can help reduce your complaints. Take pain relievers and avoid wearing high heels. Use comfortable shoes that fit your foot size.
I hope this helps.