The Sole Of The Left Foot Is “Watery Spots?
Good night on my feet there are spots “Watery and the spots are a lot if the more let him get bigger and the skin is thicker and if I use a needle out of water that is slightly thicker and I have been to the doctor several times, the doctor said eyes fish and another one said that eczema and the disease on my feet if he is cured come again somewhere else still on the feet, so he starts from a small speck of watery plasticity and a few days left the spot drops and becomes big like a lump if the water breaks out and the skin in the plasticity is broken.
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of spots that emit viscous white fluid that is getting bigger, thicker, and recurrences can indeed be many possible triggers, for example:
Clavus (fish eye) Folliculitis (hair root infection) Atopic dermatitis (eczema) Allergic or irritant contact dermatitis Other factors, such as impetigo, abscesses, shingles, hyperkeratosis, benign or malignant tumors that are infected secondary, etc. The above conditions at a glance symptoms can be the same, so it can only be distinguished through direct doctor's examination. However, reflecting on the current conditions, where COVID-19 (a disease due to Corona virus) is spreading, if there is no emergency, it is strongly recommended that you stay at home. As a solution, first try to resolve your complaint by:
Be diligent in bathing and washing feet with antiseptic soap Always wear comfortable, clean, padded footwear when active. Do not pierce, exfoliate, or give any treatment to spots that appear. Avoid your feet from contact with allergenic or irritating substances, such as detergents , harsh soaps, shoes or sandals made from latex If it feels painful, warm spots compress It is not arbitrarily exchanging footwear with others You can check yourself directly to the doctor if after undergoing the steps above your complaint does not improve in 1-3 days , the more widespread, or even spread to people around you. Later, your doctor can give you medication, direct additional tests (such as an allergy test or biopsy), and even refer you to a dermatologist if necessary.
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