5 months since I fractured my foot does walking on a treadmill make it worst I do walk a lot laying in bed my foot & ankle hurt really bad?

It depends. 5 months should be sufficient healing time for most foot fractures. A lot depends on what structure was involved and how well the fragments are aligned. I generally encourage low impact exercise following injury to restore range of motion. If you continue having pain, see a podiatrist for an evaluation and follow up x-rays.
See a foot doc. After 5 months the fracture should of healed. If it healed in a bad position it is possible some arthritis may have veloped, or a spurring etc . A podiatrist will take x-rays and offer you more definitive explanation after reviewing the films.

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How many weeks might it be before I can walk on a treadmill after a foot fracture (stable 4th metasaursal).

Bone takes . Approximately 6-8 weeks to heal. Each case though gets evaluated individually. So that is a guideline. I would recommend having your vitamin D levels checked particularly if there was no trauma to cause the initial injury. Read more...

I have had a matrsal foot fracture 7 months ago now when I walk it hurts so bad it feels like it had return I went to the doc he says tendinitis?

Need an MRI. I would suggest an MRI of the foot to hopeful define the cause of the pain. Read more...
Could be. Hard to say from this stress fractures do not show up on regular xrays at first discuss further with your docor perhaps a MRI or bone scan might help ti figure it out. Read more...
It is possible. You may have a tendonitis or a variety of other conditions. Have it evaluated and treated appropriately. Read more...

I fractured the bone on the outside of my right foot year ago. Now it hurts to walk on the treadmill. It's it not healed by now?

It's possible. When you have pain from an area that you previously fractured, it is possible that it has not healed, it is also possible that it healed with a different alignment and is now not able to take increased force. An xray and exam are the best ways to discover the reason you continue to have pain. Read more...
You may. Need to follow up with your dr. It is possible you re injured the foot. Read more...
Bone typically . Takes 6-8 weeks to heal. You did not state it hurt you consistently since then. It is possible it is a new injury. If it hurt since then, then it could of healed abnormally. There is something called a non-union, where the bones don't actually heal in the normal healing pattern. Go see your doc who followed you last time and take new x-rays and compare. Read more...

Hurt foot 41/2 weeks ago- got X-ray and negative fracture. Still hurts w/ tingling, pain in foot and ankle, pain shoots in leg, achy, can't walk on long.

Get a repeat x-ray. There may still be a fracture, especially if there is point tenderness. Of course, it is also possible there is a ligament or tendon injury but it may be hard to get your insurance company to OK an MRI. Read more...