Nipple In The Feet Yellowish White Accompanied By Pain When Pressed?
Morning doctor, I was 19 years 6 months ago, my feet had a pimple, mulay, only 1 time, I saw inside, there was no liquid, what was pus? in the sign there is a lot of pain now instead it becomes a lot, the nodule is bright white but there is no liquid inside, what is the abnormality and how to prevent it?
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Nipple in the foot that looks white or yellowish accompanied by pain when pressed may indicate some of the following conditions:
Fish eye (clavus), which is a hardening of the skin surrounded by inflammatory cells, occurs due to excessive skin friction or pressure Skin infections, can be caused by a variety of microorganisms (including bacteria, viruses, mites, fungi, etc.), for example tinea pedis, folliculitis , impetigo, cutaneous candidiasis Other skin inflammation, for example due to contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, drug eruption, etc. In most cases, the condition as you experience it is not dangerous. However, if it is true that you find that the complaint is increasingly widespread, we suggest you not let it drag on. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or dermatologist to be given the right treatment. Usually, the doctor only gives you a number of topical medications to treat the complaint. However, if deemed necessary, the doctor may also recommend additional examinations, such as biopsy, and so on.
At this time, do not make it a habit to press the raised nodules, let alone using dirty hands, so that inflammation or secondary infection does not occur more severe. Be diligent about washing your feet, then dry your feet well so they don't get damp. Avoid using footwear that are dirty, wet, or too narrow in size. Also avoid giving drugs carelessly on the feet without doctor's advice. Do not forget, do not exchange footwear with other people, especially those who are suffering from a contagious foot infection.
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