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... weeks that I had the cast on I felt like there was some kind of mass forming under the middle of the ball of my foot. Now that I am walking on the foot, it is quite painful to walk on the ball of my foot. ... (2 replies)
... Let us know how the appointment goes and what the doctor tells you. ... (9 replies)
... Try wearing a metatarsal pad, available at drugstores, under the ball of your foot. ... (6 replies)

... A few days ago I stepped down on my foot and it felt like there was a dime sized lump right on the ball of my foot. It was very painful. What's weird is it only lasted a few minutes. Now I have this big black and blue area right where I felt the pain. ... (0 replies)
... I mean, I posted something, on the "what frustrates you most" thread regarding inconsistencies about this process.... ... (16 replies)
... About two weeks ago I developed severe pain in the ball of my foot under my big toe. I can move my toe without pain. The pain is excruciating with any pressure on the ball area. There is a bump in the area and it is warm to the touch. ... (3 replies)
Ball of Foot Pain
Jul 11, 2007
... I was wondering if anyone has had the same problems I am having? ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your post. I've been to 2 drs. now and the 1st one told me I had haglunds, but the 2nd one said no. ... (2 replies)
... okay, i get this not often but sum days...when i walk, it feels like theres a lump rite under my pinky toe in that ball of the foot area? ... (1 replies)
... I would get this checked if I was you, have you stood on something sharp and pierced the skin at sometime, or it could be one of those lumps that appear on the wrist which is called a Ganglion though whether it could come on the foot I don't know. ... (6 replies)
... This is my first post. A small lump under the skin suddenly appeared. It is where the ball of foot meets the toe. It is the middle toe. Very painful to walk. My health insurance starts Nov. 1st, in 9 days. Right now I would just like to ease the pain so I can walk a little. ... (6 replies)
... I had one of those the size of a golf ball and it was formed because of the wrong orthotics made by a podiatrist, so please, please stay clear of a podiatrist and please see if you can avoid surgery. I am wondering if you have plantar faciatiis. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 61 year old female and I have the condition described in the title. ... (3 replies)
... I had a lump on the bottom of my left foot. It looked like I had a thumb in the ball of my foot. The top portion that sat on the ball of my foot was hard like a bb and would move the other bottom half was softer and more stationary. It just appeared one day and within a month grew to the size of a thumb. ... (1 replies)
... I have the same thing. ... (4 replies)
Its now 1 year
Mar 15, 2010
... Well here's a new one. I went to the chiropractor today to have him adjust me to fix what he burgered last monday. ... (12 replies)
... Three weeks ago I went to my podiatrist due to a painful lump in the ball of my foot. The lump has been there for approx. ... (2 replies)
Apr 12, 2008
... I go on Monday for xrays of that area because she felt a large lump. When I feel the ball of my foot, on the right foot, those two sesamoids are straight down at the base of the ball of the foot. ... (35 replies)
... the BONES in the ball of your foot start to feel like a lump? ... (2 replies)
... Hi, my son has quite bony feet anyway, he has a swelling half way up from his big toe on the top of his foot, the other foot in this spot is bony but you can see a definate swelling on the one. ... (1 replies)

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