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I got a ninor stab in my foot from a knife what do I do?

I got a ninor stab in my foot from a knife what do I do?

Stabbed foot: Candace....A puncture wound to the foot can become a serious issue....Many times bacteria and or foreign material are carried by the object making the wound. I would recommend you see a physician and have your foot examined. Treatment now, could eliminate more extensive treatment later. ...Read more

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Why do I slap the inner sides of my foot while walking?

Why do I slap the inner sides of my foot while walking?

You may have: congenital internal rotation of your lower legs (also called "Pigeon Toe Deformity"...ORTHOTICS may be helpful (inserts for your shoes) See an ORTHOPEDIST for more accurate Diagnosis and possible Treatment! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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No feeling in my foot and it's no longer holding body heat?

No feeling in my foot and it's no longer holding body heat?

Be seen: It you are saying your foot is cold and insensate, you need to be seen immediately to be evaluated for vascular insufficiency in your leg. ...Read more

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My feet are red and purple and when you look to the side of my foot the line of the purple is really bad???

My feet are red and purple and when you look to the side of my foot the line of the purple is really bad???

Explanation : It's impossible to give you professional answer due to many unknown factors. How old are you, how long this problem exist, when it worse: after walking for minutes or hours, in sitting position and so on so on. But my advise will be: just put your foot up for rest 15-30 min and make some massage. If It will be not ok, go to doctor. ...Read more

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I hurt my heel at work yesterday i can't even put my foot in the ground because of the excruciating pain i get, is crutches an option?

I hurt my heel at work yesterday i can't even put my foot in the ground because of the excruciating pain i get, is crutches an option?

See a doctor: If you are in such bad pain that you can't bear weight you need to see a doctor to make sure it is not serious injury. While crutches may eventually be the treatment you need, it would be better to make that decision after a diagnosis as been made. I recommend an urgent appointment. ...Read more

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The skin is peeling of off my foot all over like a lot?

The skin is peeling of off my foot all over like a lot?

Peeling feet: You can use lubrication and OTC treatment for fungal feet infection: oil, vitamin e cream, aquafor, and Clotrimazole (Lotrimin 1 %) applying 3x/d until gone. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in my Achilles area when I bend my foot certain ways?

Sharp pain in my Achilles area when I bend my foot certain ways?

Tendonitis: Achilles area pain often is tendonitis. If the tendon is tender to the touch, esp. more than the opposite side, then it's probably the Achilles. Consider causes (exercise, poor footwear, etc.) and try to avoid exacerbating factors. Rest, ice, a short-course of NSAIDs, better shoes would be considerations. If I can be of future help, then join my care team at www.healthtap.com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read more

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I have a sore on the side and bottom of my foot and it looks bad but I don't know what it is.

I have a sore on the side and bottom of my foot and it looks bad but I don't know what it is.

Corn: is it an ulcer ( means break in skin ) if not an ulcer it can be a corn , callus and or a wart that can come due to too much pressure on that area when you are walking. If no ulcer try insoles. If there is an ulcer it should be looked by a doctor ...Read more

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I have pain in the top of my right knee and it goes down to the side of my foot what do u think it might be?

Sciatica: There are a number of potential causes, but among the more common is an irritation of the L5. Nerve in the back, which travels down the leg in the area you are describing. There are other possible causes as well, so don't hesitate to be seen for a specific diagnosis and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more