I feel pain when walk on the outside of my foot so i really can't put pressure on it it feels like its on top of another bone it's my right foot asap
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Podiatry 37 years experience
Many possible causes: I don't know if your pain was sudden, gradual, after an injury, etc. There can be many causes of pain at the outside of the foot including a metatarsal fracture, peroneal tendon problems, ligamentous injuries, injuries to the calcaneal-cuboid joint, injury to a small accessory bone that is often present, and many other causes. The best advice is to have the foot evaluated and X-rayed.
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Last updated Oct 16, 2017
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