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Bruised And Swollen Top Of Foot
Swollen foot. Not red/bruised. Top of foot hurts when I walk or bend my toes. Do I need to see a doc?
Nerve: Could be irritation to the superficial nerves close to the skin surface. ...Read more
Injuy to foot two weeks ago. Started off as a knot, then bruised all over top and swollen. Still bruised and swells w/ activity. Now hurts...didn't b4?
You would need : To be evaluated in person by a foot doc. The question is to general and a clinical exam including palpation of the foot range of motion testing and possibly xrays to arrive at a correct diagnosis is warranted. ...Read more
Swollen/pain top of foot, no break shown. Wearing small removable bootcast. Having MG enough onweakness BUT normal for extra pain/weak due to unlevel?
Swelling-damage: Usually swelling means some type of damage, either injury or systemic issue. Since you state you hurt foot, i would recommend trying rest with elevation, cold pack, compression with ace wrap, elevation. If this does not take care of swelling and pain, see your pcp, podiatrist or orthopedist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I landed on my foot wrong now the bottom of it hurts and the top is bruised and swollen.. What could be wrong?
Pain and bruising: after a landing on it wrong usually indicates an injury. An x-ray is likely needed to rule out a fracture if you are having pain. ...Read more
I banged the bottom of my foot, falling off of a pogo stick. Both bottom and top of foot bruised with pain when stretching my foot. Could it be broken?
Toes/top of foot swollen. I can't seperate my toes. Icing causes more pain/swelling. Feels like it weighs 10 lbs. Swells all the time. Hurts every day for the past 3yrs. Why is this happening to me?
Need to find cause: Of the swelling. I would imagine if you had the condition for three years, you must of sought prior help. Why don't you share what was told to you so far? Without seeing your foot, you don't provide enough information to make an educated diagnosis...... ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers