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Throbbing Pain In Arch Of Foot
I have desk job &get shooting, throbbing pain from bottom arch of feet up lower legs only if I sit too long. Also up shins. No problems when active. Why?
See a Podiatrist.: This could be caused by many things, you should make an appointment with a podiatrist. X-rays may be indicated. You should rest the affected foot and seek medical care asap.See 1 more doctor answer
Sounds like a nerve: Sounds like a nerve near s1 (1st sacral). That nerve serves the foot and the urogenital area. Go see your doctor or a neurologist and get checked.
I get a throbbing pain on the inside of my left foot both during activity and whilst resting. What could this be?
Can be due to...: Truly generalized pain can be due to injury of nerves or circulation. If the pain can be better localized, that would help with diagnosis: The foot can be divided into 3 sections: Forefoot, mid foot, hind foot. Each section has different structures and guides our diagnosis. A useful site for self-assessment is here: http://www. Ipfh. Org/foot-conditions/foot-pain-self-assessment-tool.See 1 more doctor answer
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Hi have a throbbing pain in my foot and ankle, have had no injury or fall but very painful any advice would be appreciated?
Throbbing: Unfortunately there needs to be more history here. However, anything that is very painful merits an exam. Possibilities include stress fracture, tendonitis, gout, arrthritis, tarsal tunnel, vascular episode, to name just a few. See your podiatrist for an evaluation - sooner rather than later.See 1 more doctor answer
Ice and elevation: To help with your throbbing, the pain to the bottom and problem on the too are likely unrelated. I would suggest you seea foot doc for follow up.
Could be gout.: See a doctor to get a diagnosis. And proper treatment.
May be trouble!: Patients with diabetes are at higher risk for foot infections and ulcers (skin breakdown), due to nerve damage, inadequate blood flow to feet, and impaired immune function (all due to high glucose). If you have pain under your toe, you need to be checked out for infections, or ulcers, or even bone fractures. Diabetes is the leading cause of amputations -- check it out before losing a toe or foot!See 2 more doctor answers
Dropped a knife straight down on to my foot yesterday. Throbbing pain and swelling persists. Used bactine to clean. Now what?
Need t o go er: See physicianGet a more detailed answer ›
Accidentally dropped the blow dryer and it landed on my foot between my big toe and"ring toe." having throbbing pain there. What to do?
Get an X-ray: Ouch! You probably injured yourself and the only way to determine if you did something is to have your foot examined and an xray taken. See a podiatrist.See 1 more doctor answer
Ok so I get this really sharp random throbbing pain in my right ankle, brief but really painful. 90% it is in right ankle and 10% left bottom foot?
Ankle pain: More information is needed in order to adequately address this problem, such as when does it hurt? At rest? During activities? Specifically where does it hurt? Inside or outside of ankle? Back of ankle? Any previous injury to foot or ankle? Etc. In other words, too many possible things this could be without more information. If the pain does not resolve over time, please see a physician. Good luck
My foot is now really painful, throbbing pain, swollen and I can't really walk on it. I've washed it, but think the spray has settled in.?
I've got a really bad throbbing pain in my left big toe. It has kept me up at night and sheets are uncomfortable for my foot. Only happened last night?
Have throbbing pain in toes, painful when put pressure on foot, pain spreading to bottom of foot?
See a Podiatrist: I suggest you get it evaluated by a Podiarist. It can be a series of things and it's hard to tell without having an X-ray, ultrasound etc.See 1 more doctor answer