I have weird bumps on the bottom of my feet. They aren't there all the time and not usually more than 3 or 4 at a time. It feels like it is a little tiny BB deep inside and it gradually works it's way out to the skin. While it's inside it hurts when walking but if I push on it with my fingers it itches like crazy. Like so bad it can almost make me cry. When they get somewhat close to the surface I can actually squeeze them and it will work it's way faster to the surface. Sometimes that can take a day or two. Once it's broken the surface it just looks like a little piece of skin. And it heals right away and then is gone. They don't come back in the same places. Or at least not that I've noticed. It can take several days to a week for each one to start and then work itself out. Two different doctors said they've never seen anything like it and don't have a clue. Skin lotions don't do any, neither does any antifungal. I have a little nerve bump on the palm of my hand that I've had for years. It's always been in the same spot and doesn't go away. If I scratch it too hard it will come off. The ones on my feet feel similar.
Anyone have any ideas about what these foot bumps might be?
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