Why is my foot hurts on top and is swelling?

Depends. Many things can cause pain to the top of the foot. If no trauma, or overuse activity, then shoe irritation (laces too tight or shoe too tight) is common cause. If better shoes, icing and anti inflammatories are not helpful, then an evaluation is recommended. Dr l.

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Slid down 2-3 stairs stayed on feet. Outside rt foot hurts when I move my foot but no swelling haven't been on feet yet. Break possible or sprain?

Yes. 5th metatarsal fractures esp. @ the base of the bone are common.Even if you are able to put some weight on your foot you should get an x-ray .A sprain of the peroneal tendons is possible but an examination and x-rays by your ors ( orthopedic surgeon) is best. Good luck! Read more...

Why is it that the top of my foot hurts?

May be a strain. In the muscle or even some irritation from a shoe. Read more...
Foot pain. Can have many different causes. Depending on if there was a direct injury or not will help diagnose the issue. A proper exam is necessary and will give you the correct treatment you may need. Best wishes! Read more...
Why not??? You're going to have to offer more information than that. Where on the top, how long, type of pain, duration of pain, swelling. discoloration are all examples of the necessary descriptions for a clear understanding of your problem. What may seem obvious to you is not to others when written. Read more...

First the back. And now the top of my foot hurts all the time. What could be wrong?

Neuritis. You may have an injury to the back that is pressing on a nerve to the lower extremity creating a neuritis. You should probable see a back specialist. Read more...
More info needed. To receive an answer that will be more helpful, you need to give more information...Your health status, any problems such as gout, diabetes or blood pressure concerns. You should state how long it has been a problem and what you do to make it feel better. Also tells us what it looks like. Is it discolored, swollen or point tender. The more you tell the better the answer. Read more...