What might the lumps on my feet be? There's one on my elbow that's larger and the ones on my feet hurt!
We had a lot of rain several weeks back and my plantar fasciitus was greatly irritated and I felt like a cripple. Then the bumps started showing up. They hurt until they get older and looser. They are not blisters, pimples, cysts or anything my Dr. could identify. Someone suggested lymph nodes (which, I believe, would imply I was a very ill person) but my Dr. said they couldn't be because the closest lymph nodes are behind our knees.
It is still painful to walk with these and the plantar fasciitus, but I force myself to get the exercise. There are lumps on the top of my feet, but most are around my heels. They can be seen from the side or above as pointed lumps. I have not pierced one as I feel it would cause too much pain.
Thanks to the wonderful lack of socialized medicine in the USA, I have no insurance and my Dr's bill is enough to add to my bills. i.e., seeing another Dr. is out of the question--I can't afford that!
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Does Brad Pitt look less dashing next to Angelina Jolie than he did with Jennifer Aniston or Gwynneth Paltrow?
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A friend is sort of throwing a party for me, but wants to invite her own friends. What would you do?
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