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X Ray Of Left Foot
When sitting I favor leaning to my left side, same when working from desk. Now after 5 or so years, it's creating lower back discomfort. X-ray clear. I work on couch using laptop, and my way of sitting is left foot on my right new while I am leaning towar
Common problem: You have poor body mechanics and your musculature need retraining. I imagine you have abused your back. Check with your family physician and get a referral to a physiotherapist. You will be amazed at the positive change. ...Read more
Depends: If the bruising and pain are limited to the toes, then probably not. Most toe fractures are treated with a hard soled shoe. If there is obvious deformity of the toes, get it checked out. It the pain and bruising extends into the main portion of the foot, then yes, see a doctor. Finally, if there is any doubt, get it checked out. Sometimes the best thing doctors provide is peace of mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My left foot has been swollen for about 2 months. My doctor X-ray itt, no problem. Some pain but not too bad. I am not diabetic.What could it be?
Get more studies: You could possibly have a stress fracture that may not show up on an xray. Other explanations include possible mild arthritis, nerve injury, inflammation of a joint or tendon. The location of your pain may guide your physician in determining the problem. Nevertheless, an MRI can be helpful to diagnose your problem. Please see an orthopedist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have my left foot swollen for about 6 months no apparently reason. X-ray, nuclear test, doppler and finally MRI doesn't show anything. Need help!
Unilateral foot : Swelling? I assume it is not painful. It could be lymphedema, caused by anything that interrupts lymph drainage from the foot. If you are diabetic, you could have decreased sensation in the foot and traumatize it repeatedly without knowing, condition called charcot's foot. But not likely with normal mri, which is a very accurate imaging test. I am stumped, sorry. ...Read more
For 12 months it hurts to walk or bare a lot of weight on left foot. X-ray shows torn ligaments a bit of bone chipped on crutches. What now?
Rest: Torn ligaments and chipped bone usually takes a good 6-8 weeks of rest to calm down. Then physical therapy and perhaps an orthotic. If rest doesn't do it then surgery may be necessary to relieve symptoms. Go over your MRI with a foot and ankle surgeon for more specific treatment plan. ...Read more
Pressed my left foot to hard on a peddle felt something crunch been in pain ever since, had X-ray doctor said i, ve got arthritus and live with it. I feel a pad underneath foot and cannot walk.
Best to be seen: If you cannot walk after having this happen, I suggest being seen again. It is possible that you have a fracture that cannot be seen on a plain xray. It is not uncommon to find a fracture on an MRI that cannot be seen on plain xray. Hearing a crunch sound and not being able to walk are good clues of a possible fracture. I suggest elevation, rest, and crutches for now to prevent weight bearing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have severe on side of left foot and underneath for past six weeks two x-rays show nothing any ideas it is worse after I have exercised on it?
Side of foot pain: There are a multitude of conditions , that can cause this pain, tendonitis, stress fracture, entrapped nerves, muscle trauma, capsulitis, etc... And x-rays will not reveal any of these....See a specialist. Further testing such as an MRI or ultrasound may help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have pain in the fourth toe of my left foot, it feels broken when i walk a lot or wear tighter shoes. It feels numb without shoes on. I did x-rays and MRI and morton's neuroma was ruled out. Help?
I dropped 2 very heavy pot lids on top of my left foot...it is so painful I have not slept and I can not bear weight on it...should I go have it xray.
. My left foot inside arch Is Incredibly painful and has been for weeks Doctors giving me an xray and ultrasound in 3 days. Help can't take the pain?
L foot/ankle pain: It sounds like this pain has been persistent, not an acute injury. It may be some sort of tendinitis from muscle overuse. Are you flat footed? That could play a role with pain in the arch. ...Read more
Twisted left ankle. Xray shows type2 accessory navicular. Right foot has type3. Could it be left foot had type3 which now broken to look like typ2 ?
Xray result saying that I have a 2mm calcification (soft tissue swelling) overlying the dorsum of my left foot possibly represent phlebolith. Meaning?
Phlebolith: is a tiny bruise or bleeding spot that has healed and over time became hard as a rock ("litho"). It is mineralized and most often contains traces of calcium, magnesium and other minerals. These phleboliths most often will not change or go away, and remains as a small nuisance. If it causes problems, then see a foot surgeon. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Waiting on xray and ultrasound on left foot. I don't have fallen arches or flat feet but am In extreme pain what can In do. Taking nurofen. Help pls?
June left foot numb then calf,knee thigh and 2 months arm did mri xray, bugling disc on right side pain getting worse and numbness spreading why?
Cervical disc: Not unusual for patients in their 50-60s to have wear of their discs in both neck and low back which as they wear produces narrowing of the bony tunnels leading away from the spinal cord. , When this occurs the nerves in both the neck and low back become pinched , This can lead to pain , numbness and tingling , weakness So this is not a case of spreading,Rather it's a process occurring simultaneo ...Read more
Swollen left foot for 6+ years, suddenly getting worse. Now swollen up to knee. Tight skin. Red. Not warm. Blood test, xray & pulse all normal. Ideas?
Had car accident 3 yrs ago left with bad sting pain on left side of foot, had X-ray nothing showed any suggestions thanks?
MRI: Plain x-ray gives good diagnostic information about bones but for more subtle issues like ligaments, MRI is a better imaging type. Keeping an open mind about the diagnosis is important. This could be nerve-related e.g. reflex sympathetic dystrophy or referred pain from your lower back. if your GP has not found an answer then seeking a review from an orthopaedic surgeon may be warranted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By this day its 1 month i got injured in bike accident, in that left feet injured, we took x.Ray but its not fractured but still its swelling and un?
Injury: Although initial x-rays can be seen as "normal", if pain and swelling continue there may be pathology still present. There could be ligament disruption or bone contusion not seen on x-rays. Also swelling in tendons or joint inflammation may also be present but not seen on x-ray. ...Read more