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Causes Of Swollen Right Foot
Im swellen in a diff place everyday I don't know what's the problem today my tongue only the right side is swollen what is this caused by so is my right foot?
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I have a swollen right foot and ankle no injury its been this way about a week. I was an iv drug user for awhile what could be the cause?
Right foot and ankle has been swollen about a week now and i never did anything to cause it.? Also, sock leaves bad ring now like i was weaing a strong rubberband all day? I am 54 years old. And also about three times a day I have to take a hairbrush and
There : There are different issues that can cause ankle and foot pain. Trauma of course is the best known, but it sounds like there is no history of trauma. Gout can cause foot and joint pain and swelling; the pain with gout is usually severe and more often just in the foot. Vascular problems, such as thrombosis in the arteries (blood clots) can cause leg pain and swelling. Vein problems from poor circulation can cause chronic venous stasis, where there is little pain but the leg has swelling and discoloration. Other types of arthritis can cause joint swelling. Consulting your physician to determine the cause of your symptoms would be a reasonable next step. ...Read more
Burning stinging pain down right shin into top of right foot with a tight/burning feeling in both calfs top of right foot is swollen/discolored cause?
Swelling of concern: Female, age unstated says, My right foot has swollen on the bottom and is itchy, I have had it for over a day? Did one work outdoors in the garden, on wet ground? Any insect bite? What about other irritants and allergic contacts? Is it painful? Is it red? The swelling is of concern and one should have the MD take a quick look at it to be reassured. ...Read more
My right foot is Swollen and it a bit painful. What's causing it and what can I do to it to feel better please.
My right foot was swollen i keep breaking out with weeps in different places after awhile it disappears like nothing was there.
Swollen Toes: If you have not had any trauma (injury/accident), you really should see a podiatrist. There are some diseases that do not present until late teens to late 20's/early 30's, such as psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other autoimmune diseases that can cause such swelling. If you did have trauma, you still might want to get an xray to evaluate for fracture. ...Read more