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Issue with bottom of foot after stepping on rock

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. admin

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    Good morning. Two weeks ago I was walking barefoot and stepped on a sharp rock just below the ball of my foot. It didn't break the skin but was extremely painful. I woke up with a very sore lump and a dark red spot in the center. Last weekend I wiped my hand on it and it started bleeding (for the first time).
    I went to my Dr and got X-rays showing no foreign substance. He prescribed Augmentin and if that doesn't work is referring me to a Podiatrist. I've attached a pic. It's still...

    Issue with bottom of foot after stepping on rock

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