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What Doctor To See Fir Swollen Toe And Ball Of Foot
Ball of foot swollen and tender between 3 & 4th toe. Slightly hard there. Tender to touch and walk on. Gradual onset of pain/swelling overnight.
Neuroma: The location and your symptoms alone are consistent with the Morton's neuroma. Look it up on the Internet. See your local area podiatrist for options. This is a very common nerve entrapment associated with fibrosis. Immediate relief will be with a cortisone injection. The sooner you do this, the more likely you are to respond. ...Read more
I hit my foot in March&hurt my big toe Its been swollen&I can't bend it since then should I see my doctor?Or go to urgent care?Could it be dislocated?
Yes: Any of those options are good. You need to have it looked at and get an X-ray at the very least. Get well soon! ...Read more
Swollen foot. Not red/bruised. Top of foot hurts when I walk or bend my toes. Do I need to see a doc?
Bruising & incr pain: The real concern is whether or not the toe has sustained a fracture. Signs and symptoms of a fracture would be increasing swelling, bruising (broken bones bleed), and pain or crepitance (crunching sound) would all suggest possibility of a broken bone. If pain does not improve overnight, an orthoapedic evaluation may be warranted. X-rays would definitively confirm absence or presence of a fracture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Single sed swollen toe - middle of the right foot. Skin looks and feels as though it was sun burned. Just returned from a trek to a desert in India.
Trauma: it is trauma. wait for 1 week with open shoes it may go away. ...Read more
Both feet at toes swollen hurt, itch, and burn when scratched . Feet hurt to bend and move.this is the second time1st time went to Doc no answers?
I am having pain on my foot where my second toe on my right foot connects to my foot. Swollen also! I have been to the doc already should I go again?
Yes: In addition to dr. Schnur's comment, pain at that particular joint can also be associated with pre-dislocation syndrome, or damage to the joint from overload/overuse. Untreated this will lead to joint instabliity and dislocation. Another specific cause is an injury called avascular necrosis (freibergs infraction.) it is imporant to get a correct diagnosis and treatment to avoid future problems. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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