Red spots on bottom of toes
a woman experiencing a pain in the foot whilst sat on the side of the foot may experience peeling skin between the toes. We'll explain some of the common causes of red spots on feet, foot is a fungal infection that typically occurs between the toes and on the foot. Athlete's foot is an itchy and red rash that usually affects the soles of the feet and between the toes. Chronic athlete's foot causes a scaly rash. While the most common cause of small red bumps on the bottom of your foot is a fungal infection known as tinea pedis, or athlete's foot, according to Moise Levy and John Browning in "Long's Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Disease," several other diseases may present similarly. Red painful spots on toes. It's either a bright angry red or more of a purple. It is blister-like, tender to the touch, painful to wear shoes, and can be painful on the bottom of the toe. The third day of having this it has spread to almost all of her small toes and may be developing on the top of one of her toes. Red bumps on top and bottom of feet and ankles. The infection easily is passed on in soil and tiled shower rooms, from person to person and through infected animals. The rash on top of the foot is red and scaly, and typically spreads to the sole of the foot and between the toes.