Re: Lump in Instep - Calcified Broken Glass?

Hey, I was so happy to find that someone else has had the same experience as me! I actually just today got my lump removed. It was an easy procedure, it hurt a bit, and now my foot is healing. I was actually on here looking for more info because my doctor didn't tell me much about it. My suggestion to you, get an ultrasound done on it, and get it removed as soon as possible. I let mine go for a couple years and it became very painful for me to walk. The lump that the doctor ended up removing was sort of hard and white. Mine was about the size of a quarter in circumference and probably a bit less than half of an inch thick. It was pretty gross! I'm so glad that it's out now!

Posted By netsirk22 on April 07, 2004 at 00:20:43:

In Reply to: Re: Lump in Instep - Calcified Broken Glass? posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on March 23, 2004 at 13:01:13:

WonderZorb™ are made of a breathable, skin-like medical grade silicone that does not dry out. It is hypo-allergenic, non-toxic, odorless, fully washable and will not flatten under repeated pressure from walking or standing.

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