The left foot doesn't hurt. The right foot hurts. There was no high uric acid in the physical examination six months ago. I don't know if there is now. There is beriberi and a gray nail on the left foot. My right foot has been aching for half a month. At the beginning, it was vaguely painful, and I didn't care. Now it's getting more and more painful, and even the foot surface is swollen. What's not painful in other places is that the place of the red coil is together with the sole plate under the area, which is swollen and painful. I want to ask: what's the possible disease? How to treat? How long will it take? Do you need to be hospitalized?
First of all, according to your description, high uric acid generally does not lead to this symptom. It is suggested that you'd better go to the hospital for further testing to eliminate the disease. It may also be due to the local abscess, which is not entirely caused by fungal infection. Recently, wear some loose, comfortable and breathable clothes to avoid spicy and irritating food.
If the surface is swollen and painful, it should be considered as a form of viral infection. At the same time, fungal infection is also prone to such problems. At present, we need to do blood routine examination. If monocytes are increased, we should consider viral infection and cooperate with antiviral drugs in time.
Hello, this situation can be seen from the picture. Considering that it may be caused by local friction and inflammation, it is recommended to disinfect with Iodophor and then apply some baiduobang or erythromycin ointment for treatment. At ordinary times, it is recommended to wear cotton socks, loose shoes and don't go too far. At the same time, pay attention to light diet.