While rubbing on my new cream, which is great at taking the edge off quite quickly, I found little, boney knots at the base of my toes. Is this a sign of OA there now as well? WTHeck?

21 Answers

poe.c
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Nodules mean OA unfortunately!

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I figured as much. Thanks Cristy!


dulcie.russel
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Bless your heart Diana. I have not noticed the boney nodules yet, but find after wearing shoes for to long my toes hurt and start feeling numb.


herb
Answered 8 months ago    reply

May I ask what cream you use I use blue emu cream and Survive by it

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

My doctor made me a compound/cream.

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

This is my first topical for OA. I had tried others for my back with no relief. I am surprised this works as well as it does.


palmieripete82
Answered 8 months ago    reply

It does sound like it, geeezz, just when you think you're doing okay you find something else. Feel bad for you and hope they go away.

laverna78
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Unfortunately OA bumps don't go away. They first showed up on my fingers/hands. Now they are on my toes


klingler3
Answered 8 months ago    reply

What cream?

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

My doc made me a compound cream


georgeannellison60
Answered 8 months ago    reply

whatever next!!! 1 thing after another with us lot eh?... take care.


lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

My feet have bothered me for some time, and i figured it had spread. I just never felt the nodules before.

palmieripete82
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I believe that's how it starts, you feel the pain prior to the joint growth (that's how I explain it). Not much we can do about the effects of OA, sorry.

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Over the last few months,
I have learned to accept this. I watched my mom suffer for years, and know how it goes.

palmieripete82
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I know, I've had this for quite a while, what's hard for me is seeing others go through this. By you seeing your mom having this had to be hard. My mom is 93 and starting to complain, but in her case there's not much doctor will do. Anyway, very, very cold here and everything is white, have the wood burning stove going again today. Stay warm and no pain for you, you have had enough.


f.patrice
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Oooo...sorry to hear this!!! Yep!! One thing after another..


feeney93
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Calcium deposits? My mom used to get them and massage them away.


mcqueen93
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Oh hun I hope the cream helps and they go away with time. Thinking of you xo

lemonso
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Aw, thanks Tamiko!


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