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Pain On Inside Of Left Foot
I'm q 23yr old male and I have had a sharp pain inside my left foot especially when I waok, it's not swollen, never had gout n pressure is normal. Help?
Plantar fasciitis?: With the limited info given, I can only guess plantar fasciitis, inflammation of the fascia/arch ligaments. This can be quite painful and persists for months without proper treatment. Stress fracture is also a possibility, or metatarsal syndrome (carpal tunnel equivalent in your food/ankle). If it is bothersome, consult doc, podiastrist for proper eval and treatment... Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
I get a throbbing pain on the inside of my left foot both during activity and whilst resting. What could this be?
Have a prickly pain on the inside of my left foot. In between arch and bone of toe. Comes and goes. Have high uric acid, normal sgpt. What is it?
Sole damage.: Bluish green just happens to be the color of a bruise of at least 5 day duration. There are other possibilities such as environmental contamination such dye from socks or shoes and possibly a skin infection. However, I would expect that it would be on both feet. To remove all doubt consult with a specialist.
Unusual: For a normal healthy individual, this is uncommon. Did you experience an injury? You may want to undergo sensory testing as well as an xray.
Bump on foot: A "knot" or enlarged region on top of the foot may be a soft tissue problem called a ganglion cyst, especially if the area is soft and spongy. It may or not be painful. It may get bigger and smaller at times. Other types of problems may show up like this also, so you should have your podiatrist evaluate your foot. Treatment depends on the diagnosis.
Left foot: Without a description we can't provide any insight. Having said that, the way to find the solution is to see your podiatristSee 1 more doctor answer
Orthotics: At your age you can see an orthotist or podiatrist who can prescribe a shoe for you or you might try asking for straight last shoes when you go to buy shoes.
See: A doctor or dermatologist or a podiatrist for accurate diagnosis.
Many possible: Answers. Could be due to circulation issues. Any recent injury?See 1 more doctor answer