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Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more


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My knees have started turning red and itchy and the tops of my feet in a red like from big toe to ankle- symmetrical, what's going on?

My knees have started turning red and itchy and the tops of my feet in a red like from big toe to ankle- symmetrical, what's going on?

Nothing beats exam: For a proper diagnosis, it really is necessary to be seen; nothing beats a physical exam and obtaining a full history. In the case you describe, it really is necessary; red rashes in the lower extremities can be a sign of infection (e.g. Cellulitis, which is serious and needs treatment immediately), contact dermatitis (such as poison ivy), eczema, psoriasis, and a variety of other problems. ...Read more

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What could cause my left knee all the way down too my toes to swell? On my feet alot, but this just started happening and only on the left

What could cause my left knee all the way down too my toes to swell? On my feet alot, but this just started happening and only on the left

Likely venous: First, make sure it isn't from clot in the veins. See your doctor, who should order an ultrasound. Request that the study is performed in an icavl-accredited lab to maximize its reliability. This swelling could also be due to leaky valves in the veins or excess lymph fluid buildup. A vascular specialist can sort it out for you. ...Read more

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I cant put my left foot flat on the floor, if I do my knee goes inward so I'm walking on my toes most of the time. What could it be?

I cant put my left foot flat on the floor, if I do my knee goes inward so I'm walking on my toes most of the time. What could it be?

Need 2 B more specif: An actual xam would B with both feet on the floor. Also if U R walking on Ur toes,both feet?. 2 get an answer U need 2 C a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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I have minor swelling in one calf mainly in the area right slightly below the knee. No apparent swelling in ankles or feet. No pain or redness.

I have minor swelling in one calf mainly in the area right slightly below the knee.  No apparent swelling in ankles or feet.  No pain or redness.

Swelling Causes: Swelling behind the knee could be a strain or ligament injury. It could be phlebitis. It could also be a cyst called a Baker's cyst. The best course would be to see your family doctor, orthopedist or podiatrist for evaluation. A physical exam and possibly X-rays or an MRI can answer your questions. ...Read more

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Broke my pinky toe 3 weeks ago, entire foot gets ice cold at random times ever since, sometimes with pain/tingling up to my knee. Is this serious?

Broke my pinky toe 3 weeks ago, entire foot gets ice cold at random times ever since, sometimes with pain/tingling up to my knee. Is this serious?

Get it checked again: I suppose you were sen by the doctor who ordered the xrays and provided treatment for it It is usually treated by immobilization by taping it to next toe and ice locally and padded shoe and pain medication I suggest you follow up with the treating doctor or see an orthopedic Specialist or a Podiatrist ...Read more

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Excruciating pain in feet; toes, soles andheels. Swelling in them and my knees. Cold makes it worse. Have periodically suffered from this for 4 years.

Pain and swelling: This could be an arthritic condition (given the swelling in the knees), could also be CRPS (Reflex sympathetic dystrophy), could also be a neuropathy that is painfull - would need a lot more information to evaluate further. ...Read more

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I have had knee pain for the last two days and now im getting tingling in my foot and toes. why?

I have had knee pain for the last two days and now im getting tingling in my foot and toes. why?

Tingling in foot : And toes may come from many things including but not limited to a compressed nerve in your back, a compressed nerve by the side of the knee, a tarsal tunnel syndrome. Emg/NCV studies can help distinguish which nerves are affected. ...Read more