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How Long Will A Broken Foot Stay Bruised
Bruised Foot: Bruising is blood that has leaked into the skin. Slowly the body will 'absorb' this and it will change colors from purple, to green to yellow. It may take up to 4 weeks for this to go away or more. Warm compresses can sometimes help this process speed up a bit. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bruising: There is almost always bruising with a fracture anywhere on your body. This is due to internal bleeding, swelling/inflammation. There is an increase in blood flow with any injury, and bruising can occur in the areas where there is a soft tissue injury, contusion, or fracture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Signs of a broken foot? I can walk , but discomfort. X-rays twice, nothing seen. Swollen, bruised, sticking out , been this way for month.
Something Else??: What would make you think that it is fractured. Although your observations could be consistent with a fracture, they could also involve soft tissue injury also. There are other methods of imaging your foot and perhaps it's time to pursue that option. A month may not be long enough for some soft tissue injuries to resolve themselves, but at least it's something to look into. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After a broken foot and calf injury my calf was full of hematomas amd pain. It's permanently bruised and still hurts but I cannot feel electric stim. ?
Are these normal complications with a broken foot? So i was put into a boot about 5 weeks ago and my foot still really hurts, i broke my 5th metacarpal and my foot is still bruised and when my foot is out of the boot it turns inward and my shin is startin
SLOW HEALING: These are notorious for slow healing, and have a high rate of nonunion and complications. Early, and aggressive care is usually required to deal with these. Weightbearing on any fifth metatarsal fracture is risky. Make sure you're being followed by x-rays to track healing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Broken foot, been in boot cast 3 wks, 3 weeks w only ACE bandage. Foot still bruised, no swelling. When will bruise go away? It's healing!
Foot fracture: It can take several weeks for bruising and discoloration and swelling to completely resolve. Meanwhile, make sure you are under the care of your physician, pcp, or foot specialist and following their guidance. Make sure the progression of healing is checked every visit and with serial xrays. Be sure to rest and elevate and bear no weight upon your broken foot- unprotected ! use crutches ! -h-. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a broken foot and using cam walker w crutches not bearing weight. Going on week 6 and my foot is still sore and bruised. Boot somewhat heavy?
Keep wearing boot: Keep wearing the boot. Sometimes a break in the foot, depending on the bone, can take up to 3 to 6 months to heal. If you continue to have pain and swelling you may need another x-ray and possibly an mri. Sometimes trauma to the soft tissue can cause continued swelling which can be helped with a cortizone (hydrocortisone) injection, icing, or anti-inflammatories. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Most broken bones take around 6 weeks to mend. Ususally, there is ligamentous damage in addition that can prolong healing. As a rule of thumb, it will take two days for every one day your foot is immobilized or in a cast. (6 wks in cast 12 after cast to recover). When your fractured foot looks the same color as your non fractured foot when you shower, then swelling is usually done :) dr l. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: If fracture is non displaced than it will take 3 weeks to start glueing together. When the bone is glueing together it will not move and thus the pain will go down. However if there is gapping or if the fracture is unstable it can take 2 months to start feeling better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on site...: Your foot may not even need to be in a plaster cast. It may just be wrapped and placed in a surgical shoe. It depends on what bone is broken and many other factors. Six weeks is usual for many types of immobilization, but it may be a bit longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May vary: Healing rates depend on various factors. In general bone may take 4-8 weeks to heal. For fifth metatarsal base fracture the healing may be delayed due to a limited blood supply in that area. You may be placed in a cast initially and then be asked to wear a rigid walking boot for the remainder of the healing process. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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