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    poortoe posted:



    I have these hard bumps on my toe. They don't stick out, they are under the skin. I have had them probably almost a year, and it started out as 1 or 2. They don't itch, and they really only start to feel sore or hurt after standing for a long time, or when wearing heels or walking barefoot on tile or hardwood floors. I'm 26, female, and stand on my feet a lot from work.
     
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    An_255018 responded:
    You need to see your doctor about this. We can't diagnose or give medical advice in any WebMD community.
     
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    An_252908 responded:
    I would suggest you go see a foot doctor. If I would have been you I would have gone long before a year.


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