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Doctor insights on: Did I Get Fluid Filled Bunions On My Feet From Wearing Excessively Tight Shoes

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Did I get fluid filled bunions on my feet from wearing excessively tight shoes?

Did I get fluid filled bunions on my feet from wearing excessively tight shoes?

Yes: You are either referring to bunions (which relates to your big toe, and are not fluid filled) or blisters (which are fluid filled). Either way, you shouldn't be wearing excessively tight shoes. ...Read more

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Tightness (Definition)

Tightness can mean different states at distinctive times. The most common is the complaint of tightness of chest, a feeling of discomfort, real or perceived, seen often in patients with asthma or panic disorder, or heart attack. Your physician ...Read more


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Is it possible that wearing tight shoes caused me to get fluid filled bunions on my feet?

Is it possible that wearing tight shoes caused me to get fluid filled bunions on my feet?

Possibly: A bunion is a bone deformity which is caused mainly by inheriting a foot type which then leads to the development of a bunion deformity which is a change in the angles of the bones of the big toe joint causing the bones to stick out. However, shoes can irritate a bunion deformity and you may develop a bursitis over the bony prominence or bunion. The bursitis is an inflamed fluid filled sac. ...Read more

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My big toe really hurts after I wear tight shoes. Is this bad for my feet?

My big toe really hurts after I wear tight shoes. Is this bad for my feet?

Can be: Tight shoes can lead to ingrown toenails and other deformities like bunions and hammertoes. If the shoes are tight enough and you wear them long enough you can even create some nerve damage in the great toe. ...Read more

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Right big toe numb for weeks. Small bunion. Never wear tight shoes or heels.

Right big toe numb for weeks. Small bunion. Never wear tight shoes or heels.

Many possibilities: Numbness can occur from various reasons. Some potential causes include vitamin deficiency, nerve damage, nerve compression, alcohol over consumption, side effects of different medications, or as a result of different systemic medical conditions such as diabetes. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the diagnosis. Treatment is based on the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What can I do to improve/get rid of the tailor's bunions on my feet? What could I have done to have gotten them? (But I do wear pointy shoes often)

What can I do to improve/get rid of the tailor's bunions on my feet? What could I have done to have gotten them? (But I do wear pointy shoes often)

No Fun- Bunion.: Wearing pointy shoes "often" is probably the leading cause for the development of the tailor bunion in women and possibly men. Genetics and mechanics may also have a part in it, but shoes are the culprit. Changing the shoe style and fit may offer some relief, but the surgical correction is often needed. Without changing the shoe fit, even surgical correction may be disappointing over time. ...Read more

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Can tight shoes damage your feet like with neuromas?

Can tight shoes damage your feet like with neuromas?

Yes...: Tight shoes can damage your feet and certainly have been thought to contribute to the development or worsening of neuromas. It is important for you to get well fitting shoes. Some guidelines to do this can be found at the orthopedic foot and ankle website. The web address is www.Aofas.Org. ...Read more

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Could tight shoes damage your feet?

Yes: Tight shoes can cause many foot problems, to name a few 1. Hammertoes 2. Pinched nerve-neuroma 3. Nail damage 4. Blisters. ...Read more

Poorly Fitting Shoes (Definition)

A person may notice that his shoes are fitting more tightly if his feet become enlarged for any reason. This may due to tissue swelling, water retention, or growth of bones in the hand. ...Read more


Did (Definition)

DID is an acronym for "Dissociative identity disorder" or "Multiple personality disorder" (psychiatric disorders). It is also ...Read more