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  2. Anyone tear their Achilles a long time ago & then develop a ganglion cyst?

  3. I tore my Achilles recently (Feb 2019), but developed a ganglion cyst around May/June on the top surface of the big toe’s proximal phalange, not near the Achilles.

    Prior to the cyst formation, I felt pain in that exact spot only while wearing this particular pair of old sneakers. I’ve started wearing a bit looser shoes a months ago, and by now (Oct 2019), it looks and feels like the cyst is almost gone (just a tiny/slight raise similar to a few paper sheet’s height).

    Do not pop it, you could cause it to get worse (i.e. infection). Just determine what caused it, and make sure there is no pressure on the cyst. It’ll take time if it does decrease in time.
    Good Luck!

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