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Is it possible that wearing tight shoes caused me to get fluid filled bunions on my feet?

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Dr. Payam Rafat
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In brief: Yes.

You may develope a bursitis.

In brief: Yes.

You may develope a bursitis.
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In brief: Possibly

A bunion is a bone deformity which is caused mainly by inheriting a foot type which then leads to the development of a bunion deformity which is a change in the angles of the bones of the big toe joint causing the bones to stick out.
However, shoes can irritate a bunion deformity and you may develop a bursitis over the bony prominence or bunion. The bursitis is an inflamed fluid filled sac.

In brief: Possibly

A bunion is a bone deformity which is caused mainly by inheriting a foot type which then leads to the development of a bunion deformity which is a change in the angles of the bones of the big toe joint causing the bones to stick out.
However, shoes can irritate a bunion deformity and you may develop a bursitis over the bony prominence or bunion. The bursitis is an inflamed fluid filled sac.
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