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I have a foot contusion, the foot was rolled badly on the arch, it was 1 month ago and it still has swelling around/on arch. How long should it take?
Many weeks: Foot contusions can take 6-8 weeks to get better. The length of time also depends on your ability to stay off it and let it rest. It takes much longer if you continue to walk on it and reinjure it while it is trying to heal. You may also have an occult fracture that would benefit from a cast -- see your doctor for a re-examination. A repeat xray or MRI will tell if a more serious problem. ...Read more
What can I do for a sprained foot and contusion ? Can put pressure on heel but not the rest aches , throbs, bruised on top
Foot pain: Try resting it (for 1-2 weeks), icing, compressing wraps or bracing, and elevating your rolled ankle. Take otc antiinflammatory drugs like advil (ibuprofen) or Motrin as directed by the manufacturer to help. If clicking or feeling of ripping or instability, get it checked out by a foot doctor (podiatrist). Hope this was helpful, if so please vote for me. Thanks! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My right foot is experiencing contusion for a month. What medicine should I take and why it takes too long to heal?
Why does a broken foot don't take long time to heal and ankle contusion take a lot if time(marcelo the madrid player has broken foot and 3month hes back?
Fracture/Contusion: A fracture typically takes 6-8 weeks to completely heal. This can be less or more depending on the location and it if was complete or not. A contusion many times is actually a ligament sprain which can take much longer than 2 months to heal depending on how severe. The location and severity of a contusion is a better indication as to how long the recovery will be. Most often, an MRI will also. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Had MRI for foot after falling. Diagnosis-mild contusion deep in muscle. Over a month later & pain is getting worse & it's popping now. See a new dr?
Go see doctor: Mir is pretty accurate. Did you re injure the foot? Go back to your doctor for a re examination ...Read more