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Experiencing swelling, foot pain, foot tenderness to touch, cold feet, bruising (after trauma)hard to walk & redness. Dropped table on foot 2 days ago?

X-ray time. With persisting pain two days after a significant blow to the foot, see an urgent care for an X-ray series.

Until then, rest, ice, compression with an ACE bandage, crutches to limit weight bearing, and anti-inflammatory medicine such as Motrin (if you can take it) will help. Read more...
Rule out fracture. you would benefit from a thorough orthopaedic foot and ankle evaluation that will include basic Xrays to evaluate for a bony fracture or subtle signs of midfoot instability or injury. Read more...

I am experiencing ankle swelling and ankle pain. The following also describe me: Foot tenderness to touch, Difficulty moving joint, and ankle weakness. What should I do? Had a fall in the street while traveling in Peru 9 1/2 weeks ago. Still complic

Why RU waiting? The first thing to do is get off your foot. Keep it elevated and get yourself to a facility that treats ankle, foot trauma. There are many possibilities, and from the sound of it, they are all bad. Are you out the door yet? Read more...
Post traumatic pain. There are many possibilities. One of the main ones to consider is fracture after your fall. Other considerations include soft tissue injury (tendons and ligaments) and osteochondral lesions (usually of the talus). With persistent signs and symptoms, you should see a physician and he or she will likely get XR. I hope this helps and that you get better soon. Read more...

I am experiencing foot swelling (quality: in the big toe) and ankle swelling. The following also describe me: Difficulty walking, Ankle pain, and...

Gout vs heart issues. The swelling you're describing could be gout; the onset of which can occur at any age and is often the consequence of an extremely rich diet with pork, wine, salt, etc. If that's not the case then the issue is backflow from your heart (i.e. congestive failure). see your pcp; you need either a consult with rheumatology or cardiology per your PCP. Read more...