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Pain In Foot
Many things!: Periostitis of the heel bone, plantar fasciitis, morton's neuroma, gout occurs in the morning, but attacks usually last longer than you are implying. Metatarsalgia from arthritis. I can go on longer. See a rheumatology specialist, or a podiatrist, or orthopedic surgeon. Diagnose first, treat second. Good luck! ...Read more
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Possible blood clot: This is a tough one. If its just one foot, first thing i would rule out is a dvt, or deep venous thrombosis. Other conditions to consider are infections, chf, vascular insufficiency, and kidney disease. Either case you need to be evaluated asap. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Limited motion: If you have pain upon dorsiflexion of the foot, ether are a numbers of possible reasons. Limited ankle joint range of motion is the first reason. Tight achilles tendon, and posterior muslcle group (gastroc-soleus) is another. Tight pantar fascia, or tight muscle groups within the foot (intrinsic). Stretching exercises can help tremendously try some yoga. ...Read more
Where? How long?: Not enough information! Is the pain a result of an injury or accident? Is the pain getting worse daily? Where specifically is it located and what makes it better/worse? These are all questions they will be asked when they are seen by a medical professional in person! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a podiatrist: A good examination, and x-rays can sort out if the diagnosis is plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis or injury such as a stress fracture. Your treatment options may differ based on the diagnosis, so seeing a podiatrist is important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ice it: and get an x-ray to make sure you didn't break anything ...Read more
My father has got pain in foot and as per report 5th spine is slightly reduced.He is 65.Can u recommend any exercise or medicine?
Conservative care: For most spine conditions, initial conservative treatment such as physical therapy (including strengthening and stretching) and anti-inflammatory medications is indicated. It would also be reasonable to try massage, ice or heat, or over the counter creams such as aspercreme or capsaicin creme. If your symptoms do not improve, see a physician to discuss further treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in foot, worse with use. Had for months. Not improving Sharp pain if side outside of foot pressed. aching all time now. What could be wrong ?
Needs evaluation: I have found that there is usually a primary location of injury/inflammation. Many times we will favor the area and shift our weight. It seems that the outside of the foot ends up bearing weight causing pain there. I am imagining your primary pain to be near the ball of the foot. This can be the result a stress fracture or even perhaps a Morton's neuroma. The squeezing pain points to neuroma ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Getting severe pain in foot/toes when pain comes my entire foot turns inward. After pain is gone foot goes back to normal but toes are still slanted ?
Cramps?: Sounds like cramps. You may need some labs to make sure your electrolytes are normal and also check for any underlying medical conditions. In the mean time, as long as you don't have a chronic disease that requires fluid restriction, increase your fluid intake with non-caffeinated and non-sugary drinks. Also fruits and vegetables rich in potassium such as banana might help. See your PCP. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Complex answer: Foot pain when you jump can be due to may reasons. Most common will be some overuse of the muscles or tendons. You can also have stress fracture or have a pinched nerve tendonitis all of which can lead to pain. Also depends on where the pain is located in the foot. Of course if you hurt yoursel like a slip and fall, you can also have broken bones. So you can see there are many reason for foot pain. ...Read more
Pain in foot and leg that's goes up to my knees starting to get severe. Any suggestions as to what this could be?
Two thoughts: It can start in the foot as plantar fascitis and change the way you walk to give the leg pain. Plantar fascitis iscaused by over streatching of the foot suspensory ligaments. Go see a podiatrist. You can also have these symptoms as referred pain from your back. This seems less likely at your age. ...Read more