What can cause the burning sensation in my fractured foot?

Pressure. On nerve from bandage too tight or from foot swelling.
Movement or nerve . If the fracture site is not stable and fragments are moving burning may be felt. Sometimes after an injury when nerves are healing you may get burning but more commonly this produces sudden sharp shooting/sticking pain.

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I have a burning sensation in my right foot. I had a fractured foot in my right foot in the cuboid section. It does flare up every now and then.?

How long ago? How was it treated? Is it possible it didnt heal? Reinjured? It may or may not be related. Did the burning sensation occur immediately after the fracture or just recently? What's the timeframe.? Where exactly is theburningsensation in relationship to the cuboid? Read more...

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My son had micro fracture surgery on hos left ankle, he plays pro basketball, he now complains of some pain and a burning sensation running up ankle?

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I've chronic sharp burning pain left lateral foot from base of 5th metatarsal knuckle up: it's not fractured. Didn't know footwear faulty. What is it?

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