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    Runners Bump

    Anyone have experience on this? My left foot, through Google diagnosis, is suffering with this right now. Just looking for any experiences and what you may have done to settle it.

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    Not sure what runners bump is but I recently had a spot at the front of my foot about the size of a pencil eraser head that was ďhotĒ for about a month and a half. Longest itís ever lasted. Sometimes that spot gets irritated from walking barefoot on hard surfaces for me. Right at the base of my 4th toe, basically on the bottom side of the knuckle.

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    it's this (not my foot) and is annoying.


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    Did you change the shoes you run in recently and do they lace different/higher on the ankle? I had a bump on the front side of my ankle years ago - not sure if it was runners bump or a ganglion cyst, but I do remember it appeared after changing shoes/brands. Not sure how/when it went away.

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    Iíve had those. Try different lacing strategies to take off the pressure (assuming you got it from running). Switching to elastic laces can help too since you donít need to tie them as tightly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    Did you change the shoes you run in recently and do they lace different/higher on the ankle? I had a bump on the front side of my ankle years ago - not sure if it was runners bump or a ganglion cyst, but I do remember it appeared after changing shoes/brands. Not sure how/when it went away.
    Quote Originally Posted by teledad View Post
    I’ve had those. Try different lacing strategies to take off the pressure (assuming you got it from running). Switching to elastic laces can help too since you don’t need to tie them as tightly.
    Thanks guys. I don't run, that's just it. I think it had to do with my new ski boots. Also, the boots I wear for work. But, yesterday, I was sitting down looking at it and was pushing it a bit and it popped. Weird, could even hear it when it did. It went down to nothing nearly immediately. No pain or anything so I think it was a Ganglion cyst. Seems to be normal again. It was gross looking and now, nothing.

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