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Severe Pain In Right Foot
Have severe pain in right foot. Possible loose screw and cyst growing in 2nd toe. 6 screws+1 plate lisfranc joint fused. What can be done? Mri on fri
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Severe heel pain in right foot. Sometimes hurts to even walk. Sometimes add pressure helps with the pain, temporarily. What could be the problem?
I have severe heel pain in my right foot. I can't walk or even put my foot on the ground. I also have a history of dvt/pe. What is your opinion.?
Heel Pain: Plantar fasciitis is the most common condition that causes heel pain. Plantar fasciitis is due to irritation and inflammation of the tight tissue that forms the arch of the foot. Common symptoms of plantar fasciitis include heel pain with prolonged walking and standing. With your history, see your doctor. ...Read more
Fell bottom of stairs. Landed on right foot and went over to floor. Jarred back, with numbness all day, severe pain in back when bending on 3rd day?
BetterSafeThanSorry: You're 49 If you were 29 I'd say"quit whining, "but I'll tell ya, after 45 it's that long slow slide to oblivion. So, if you're feeling like this after3 days, you might want to get checked-out just to be on the safe side. You're probably OK but based on the mechanism of injury as you described it, I'd suggest you see your doctor. You didn't say where the numbness is. If it or anything gets worse, don't wait ...Read more
I have severe pain on the bottom outer portion of my right foot and under my ankle when I put pressure on and take pressure off. What could that be?
On the bottom: Outer part of the foot injury to the lateral band of the plantar fascia is possible and under the ankle would be possible injury to the peroneal tendons. ...Read more
My sciatic nerve is causing severe pain down my right thigh and behind my knee, today I've noticed tingling in my right foot. No known injury.?
Has severe pain on left thigh bone, while walking, plus pain in the right foot-top bone. Are these things due to remicade (infliximab) side effects (taken for uc)?
Not likely!: Uc is associated with an arthritis that can cause what you are experiencing. It is called enteropathic arthritis, and is a type of spondyloarthopathy. The Remicade (infliximab) should help clearv this up. Hip arthritis can causes your problem. A routine hip x-ray is warranted. If your doc has no problem with this, Naproxen or Ibuprofen should help. ...Read more
Vascular obstruction: This could be a disturbance of the flow in the vessels to that leg. Is it worsened by activity? This should be checked out by your general physician as soon as you can because it could also be a vascular event which could lead to life threatening pulmonary emboli. ...Read more
See a foot doctor: I do not know what is meant by a "knot" on your foot. I am sure once a foot doc looks at what you call a knot they will know what it is instantaneously. Severe pain is never fun. ...Read more
Have it evaluated!: There are a myriad of causes for severe pain in your left foot. My best advice to you is to have this checked out by a foot specialist, i.e. A podiatrist. Some things that a thorough evaluation may involve are foot x-rays, diagnostic ultrasound, gait evaluation, blood tests, MRI or ct scan. Don't wait to see a specialist especially with severe pain! ...Read more
Many things: Where is the pain and what type of pain it is. Need to see a podiatrist for x-rays and further evaluation to see what is going on and get the proper treatment for the problem. ...Read more
Foot pain: There can be many different reasons for foot pain. From arthritis, tendonitis, stress fractures, general foot fatigue, and countless more. Even the time of day the pain comes can help determine why you are having pain. You can ask your pcp for a podiatry referral if the pain continues to worsen. ...Read more
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On awakening?: Pain on the bottom of the foot, and bottom of the heel, worse on first steps is often plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the thick lining on the bottom of the foot): rx'd with stretching, anti-inflammatories. Other problems could be fractures, neuromas (painful nerve swellings), less likely referred pain from sciatica (infammation of nerves in back). See your doc. ...Read more
Yes: The short answer is yes. See your pcp soon. You need to be examined and likely need xrays. ...Read more
Your question isn't: Your question isn't clear to me. Would you rephrase it? ...Read more
Check circulation: People with poor circulation develop severe pain and cramping after walking short distances. If this is the case see a vascular specialist. Diabetes can affect the nerves and cause severe painful neuropathy. Severe pain can also be caused by arthritis. Pronation if severe can also cause these problems (flat foot). ...Read more
I am getting hardward removed from my left foot due to severe pain. What should I do before the removal?
Just like any surger: Your doctor will give you instructions as to what should be done, if anything, pre-operatively. If this is general anesthesia, then you will be fasting. After surgery you will probably need to elevate your foot and limit weight bearing. How much will depend on what is being removed. You doctor will give you much more detailed information. ...Read more
I woke up with my foot in severe pain but haven't had any physical injuries or accidents. What could have happened?
For the past months, I get severe pain in the sole of my feet after a brief inactivity. It goes away once I start walking. What to do?
I have a severe jolting pain on the side of my right foot. It stops for a few hours then starts up again every few minutes, so painfull I scream. I a?
Question cut off: Please resubmit with a clear and specific question. ...Read more
? Fracture: I would show it to your doctor. He/she will likely recommend an x-ray. Metatarsal fractures are not uncommon in distance runners. There are other causes as well but that should be looked at soon. ...Read more
For last couple of days, I'm having severe pain under my feet, specially in the morning. My sugar is normal, 107. What to do?
I have developed severe pain in left foot since delivery 9mths back due to sitting crosslegged while feeding. What s the reason?
Feet and Pregnancy: There are so many possible causes from the hormonal changes causing loose ligaments and some arch collapse/strain, to irritation of the nerve where the 2 legs met and were compressed, to post pregnancy swelling in your foot. This severe pain should be worked up by a podiatrist, but have them look above the foot also. Dr rich blake. ...Read more
Offload area: If you notice redness and swelling see a doctor right away it could be infected. Otherwise offload it with a nonmedicated donut pad. Get a pedicure to shave it, or do it yourself by soaking your foot in warm epsom salt for 10 minutes and then shave it with pediegg or pumice stone. ...Read more
Ice it: And get an x-ray to make sure you didn't break anything ...Read more
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