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I Cant Feel My Foot
Foot feels like i have a tiny splinter when i step on it but i cant find anything. Can anything bad cause this sensation?
Splinter?: I doubt there is anything to worry about. If you don't see an open sore or sign of irritation (swelling, redness), I would expect this sensation to pass. Of course, look at your feet frequently to check for anything unusual. ...Read more
Depends : On the type of injury. Plantar fasciitis can become so severe that any weight-bearing inflames the area and continues the process. Then only staying off the foot will allow healing to occur. See you orthopedist or podiatrist for further care and instructions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have it seen.: There are multiple ways to interpret the meaning of your dilemma, and with all of them, I think you should have the surgeon take a look. Don't wait too long to be seen. ...Read more
I have been feeling vibration in my left foot for months and i cant keep ignoring it. It has been happening a lot and i dont know what to do.
There is swelling in my feet... so i cant wear pumps cz touching it cause so much pain.. so i want to knw the cure.. thanku?
Is it serious if I cant bend any of my toes on both feet? Whatever I try to do they just won't move. No injuries at all. What could be the problem?
If you were : Able to move them before I think it's cause for concern. ...Read more
What could be the issue why I cant stand on my tiptoes - My toes just wont move on either foot and in either direction. No Injuries. Happened slowly.
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I woke Monday and my whole left foot was swollen what happened. Than the next day I woke of with four reddish black patches today 8'and I cant move..
Hi its my feet every now and then i get like burning feeling and get bad shooting pains wher i cant walk?
Shooting Pains: If these pains are just in front of the heel, and worst with the first few steps after sitting for a while, it may be plantar fasciitis. Heel lifts and anti-inflammatory pain relievers such as ibuprofen can help. Burning pain not affected by walking is more typical of neuropathy. Your doctor can help sort this out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers