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Small painless bump on the outside of both feet (exact same spot but different foot) ?

Hi,

so 3 weeks ago I noticed a small bump on the outside of both my feet (about halfway to the ankle from the fifth toe) . It is on both my feet, but the left foot's one is smaller than the right. When I press on it , it is not painful or anything. It is a little reddish on the bumps. Help please? Thanks

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Hard to say without seeing it.
But sounds like it could be a bursa on the base of the fifth of the fifth metatarsal

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will77jnr
299 day(s) ago
https://postimg.org/image/8m6nmt7n1/

will77jnr
299 day(s) ago
there you go, heres the "bigger" one on the right foot, left foot is almost unnoticeable.
https://postimg.org/image/8m6nmt7n1/

will77jnr
299 day(s) ago
there you go, heres the "bigger" one on the right foot, left foot is almost unnoticeable.
https://postimg.org/image/8m6nmt7n1/

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