Other treatment methods include periodic removal of the damaged nail tissue and preventative management techniques. Corns What are corns? Corns are a build-up of callus tissue hard skin near a bony prominence of a toe or between toes. What causes corns? Corns may be the result of pressure from shoes, which rubs against the toes or causes friction between the toes. How can corns be prevented?
Bump on Bottom of Foot: That Itches, No Pain, Hurts to Walk, and More
Mehmet Oz, MD Cardiology Cardiovascular Disease White patches on your feet could be caused by vitiligo, particularly if they are symmetrical on both sides of your body. Vitiligo is a skin disorder that causes the pigment-producing cells melanocytes to die. Sometime skin under pressure or exposed to friction, such as the tops and soles of the feet, are at risk. But not all white skin patches are caused by vitiligo, so your doctor will want to rule out other conditions that whiten skin such as pityriasis alba, tinea versicolor, eczema, and psoriasis. Your doctor will ask questions about how the patches may have come about, such as if you had a triggering event like a sunburn or any physical trauma.
If you have white looking spots on the bottom of you feet that looks kind of like a white area under the skin chances are you have something called planters warts. They are usually pretty sore and it hurts to walk on them, kind of like walking on a bruise. I got one of these things about 10 years ago and it took about a week of research to find out exactly what it was and how to get rid of it so I can save you some time if you have one. I got it a few days after staying in a motel on a business trip.
This list does not constitute medical advice and may not accurately represent what you have. Rarity: Common Top Symptoms: small facial lump, yellow or white facial bump Symptoms that always occur with whitehead: small facial lump, yellow or white facial bump Urgency: Self-treatment Skin abscess A skin abscess is a large pocket of pus that has formed just beneath the skin. It is caused by bacteria getting under the skin, usually through a small cut or scratch, and beginning to multiply. The body fights the invasion with white blood cells, which kill some of the infected tissue but form pus within the cavity that remains.