Pea-sized lump under the ball of my right foot. Comes and goes. When it flairs, it is extremely itchy and burns! It never surfaces and shows no signs on the surface (no redness, no peeling skin). It comes up in different spots under the pad of the foot ~ typically between the middle and pinky toe. Occasionally it will be accompanied with burning on the top side of my toes. Dr. gave me Ketoconazole for athletes foot, which mildly helps but they still don't stop occurring. Wear new sock each day and don't do anything unusual with my feet. Not on any special medications or eating anything different. HELPReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?