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Home Remedy For Tight Shoes Rubbing The Heels
Bruising: The obvious remedy is to get rid of the tight shoes and socks. This begs the question why you would have something that tight ...Read more
There is a lump about two inches from the botton of my heel I don't wear tight shoes or anything though. How could it have formed?
Things grow...you: Didn't have to do anything to cause it. Lumps should be biopsied.. ...Read more
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
Woke with severe pain left little toe joint. No injury remembered but has been hurting a little for weeks. I don't wear tight shoes or heels.
Many possibilities: Your information is not specific enough. Is there are tenderness to touch or swelling. See your doctor and get it x rayed. ...Read more
Other than being: Miserably painful, you mean? There can be cramping of the foot, toenails that aren't otherwise painful can poke you in the corners, making those painful. Many other irritations are also possible, particularly in the toes. It would have to be done over a prolonged period of time before any long lasting deformity would show up. ...Read more
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
Hello, I am having numbness (x14 days) along the medial aspect of my big toes after wearing tight shoes - I understand this is likely secondary to MPJ compression. How long does it usually take for sensory function returns to normal? Thank you!
A slow Return.: Difficult to come up with a figure. More than likely the shoes damaged the nerve enough to reduce the nerve impulse conductivity. Consider the fact that wearing any shoe may influence the speed of recovery. The nerve has to obtain a minimum degree of healing before feeling even begins to come back. Kind of like taking three steps forward and one step back. Applying heat may speed the healing up. ...Read more
Yes: Corns are caused from friction and excess pressure. Tight shoes if one way to create excessive pressure. ...Read more
Bursitis: Hammer toes, bunions, corns on the toes or between the toes, pinched nerves or neuromas, ingrown toenails....Much better off wearing shoes that fit. ...Read more
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Don't wear: Tight shoes. Wear properly fitting shoes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Difficulty staying focused, constantly interrupting, forgetting things all the time, as a child I had to have very tight shoes or id throw a tantrum?
Needs evaluation: It is difficult to comment with a short history as above but there is a possibility that you may have an element of Attention Deficit disorder. You will need to see your GP for a more detailed consultation and possibly a referral to a specialist for further evaluation ...Read more
Crushed Nerve: Should return to normal. I would give those shoes away. ...Read more
Yes: It puts pressure on the digital nerves to the toes. ...Read more
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
Possibly: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...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