Feet Affected By Gravel Until Now Has Not Healed?
Good afternoon, I want to ask at the foot of a hole that was hit by a pebble stone until it is still hollow and hurts, said the friend’s fish eyes, is that true? And ask for a solution for the cure, what medicine do you use?
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Related to the pain felt on the soles of the feet, it should be noted and delivered the following points, namely since when the pain was felt; whether continuously or aggravated by a certain condition or activity; if there are other symptoms such as fever, difficulty walking, radiating pain to the upper leg; has there been a similar history before; is there any history of pain Based on complaints of pain several diseases that may be the cause, namely.
- Bacterial infections (folliculitis, furuncle abscess)
- Fish eye
Bacterial infections (folliculitis, furuncle) usually occur when bacteria enter the open skin and the immune system is weak, the form can be like a boil or dry in the form of crust. Appearance of the skin that appears is usually in the form of small spots measuring about 0.5-1 cm that are reddish and sometimes contain pus (abscess). Symptoms experienced are sometimes accompanied by itching, pain, and palpable heat on the skin area.
Calluses are thickening and hardening of the skin and thickening. This is related to excessive pressure and friction, repetitive activity in one area of the body, the use of uncomfortable shoes. Locations that often occur in the area of the feet, hands, fingers, or heels. The thing that is felt is thickened and rough skin, feels pain and parts of the skin are soft or split.
The eye of the fish is thickening of the skin due to pressure. Smaller in size than calluses, with a distinctive mark in the form of the middle part harder than the skin around the inflammation. Sometimes accompanied by other symptoms such as scaly, dry, or oily. And pain, especially when pressed.
What can be done is to use a cushion on the shoe so that the pain part is not exposed directly to the pain area, use foot care to keep the skin moist. If the symptoms of aggravation can be given an ointment or cream and can also be done in the form of excessive skin cutting on calluses or fish eyes and discharge of pus in bacterial infections. We recommend that if it does not improve, consult a dermatologist
Thus the information we can convey. May be useful. Thank you