Hard Bumps Appear On The Skin Of The Feet?
I want to ask, there are lumps on my feet like hard skin but it doesn’t hurt when walking and it doesn’t itch. Only hard skin accumulates like lumps. What is that?
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Some conditions can be related to your complaint, namely:
1. Calluses or calluses are thickening of the skin due to repeated friction or pressure. It often occurs on the soles of the feet and hands. Increased risk factors for women (especially those who like to use high heels), using narrow shoes and writing too often. Calluses will appear as thick, yellowish skin, which can be painful.
2. The eyes of a fish or clavus, the same as calluses, the difference is in shape. The eye of the fish will appear as a thickened, moon-shaped skin, the center of which is hardened surrounded by elevated and inflamed, painful skin.
To overcome this, you should consult with the nearest doctor. The doctor will carry out the examination and handling accordingly. Generally, minor surgical treatments will be needed. The skin that has a lump is scraped or removed. However, often patients will complain of pain afterwards. Pain caused by tissue damage during surgery. You can take Paracetamol for pain relief. If the pain has not improved or if the thickening has widened, I suggest you should consult again.
It is better if you avoid factors that cause complaints, such as using narrow shoes, then buy shoes during the day, not in the morning, because the size of the foot is greatest during the daytime. Don't do the surgery yourself, because the equipment you are using is not sterile. It can cause infectious diseases, even tetanus infections which can cause death.
Thus, hopefully useful.