Black Sores On The Soles Of The Feet Accompanied By Pain Like A Needle Pricked?
Hello, I want to ask yesterday, I was walking normally, but in my feet I was wet because of the rain. When I was adventurous and cleaned my feet, there was like black gum sticking to the sole of the foot parallel to the big toe and on the ring finger after cleaning it turned out like a deep wound and now when walking like a needle … Is that a normal wound? Please explain
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Blackened wounds, can mean two things. The first possibility is that it is actually not completely black but there is a buildup of blood on the part that causes the color to darken, or the second possibility is that it is blackened because there is tissue that is dead or can be calledgangrene.
If it is gangrene, the underlying cause can be due to three things, namely a bacterial infection from a wound left too long, a lack of blood flow to that part of the body due to vascular disease, and severe injury such as a gunshot wound or injury due to a car accident. Gangrene will increase the risk in those who have neurological disorders, diabetes, having atherosclerosis, having Raynaud's disease, smoking, and alcohol consumption. Only, usually gangrene does not appear in the form of black sap.
Then it must be done a direct examination of your condition to find out exactly what you are actually experiencing. Our advice, check yourself to a general practitioner first to see the possible conditions. Your doctor will ask you a variety of things related to your medical history before determining the handler that is best for you. Because gangrene is a serious condition and there is still a possibility that you have the condition, you should not delay your examination with your doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.