i have this weird bump on the tip of my middle finger on my left hand. it hurts pretty bad if i accidentally hit it on something. its been there for nearly 2 months and ive just been ignoring it. but sense ive nearly stopped touching the tip of my finger to anything calisus grows over the bump. i cut the calusis off and it didnt hurt at all but the center of the bump started bleeding..
its kinda a hard thing to explain but if you want a picture then say so.
I had the same thing happen to my big toe. It started after a pedicure, so I thought I had an infection. After 2 weeks I went to the Dr. He gave me an ant. and had me soak the toe three times a day with hot water and salt. Well, that didn't work and after another two weeks I went back to have the area removed. The toe feels great, but now I've got what feels like the same thing on my pointer finger and another between my fingernail. Now I'm worried that I got more than I wanted from the pedicure. If anyone has answers to this problem, please let me know.
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