I have broken blood vessel on my ankle. What should I do?

Depends on size. Depending on size of vessel and where located. If small and superficial, do nothing unless you want cosmetic surgery. If a large vessel you need to see a vascular doctor for advice.
Wear an anklet. Wear an elastic anklet (preferably one with an enclosed heel) during the day under your socks while you're in your shoes until it's better.

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I think I have a broken blood vessel on the top of my foot how do I treat it and the bone in the middle of my foot is risen up I think it might bbroke?

You need to visit . A podiatrist who will take an x-ray and see what is going on with the bone. Bones that "stick up" do not necessarily equate to broken. You may have a spur (bony overgrowth) or a dorsal exostosis (also bony overgrowth). The latter is not uncommon in the midfoot, particularly at the met-cuneiform junction.(an anatomical region.) broken blood vessels will generally heal on their own. Read more...
These is not. Something you can treat on your own. I suggest you seek medical attention. Read more...

What can I do for leg swelling from a broken blood vessel from a fall we have done hot packs and raised leg up but there is a lot of pain and black and blue in foot

First . First of all, you need to be sure there is no blood clot in your leg if you are having pain and swelling. A blood clot is a medical emergency and can only be determined by a vascular study (ultrasound). To help swelling, you are right to elevate the leg. If the accident happened within 72 hours use cold, if greater than that warm packs are fine. Compression hose may help discomfort from swelling. If there is significant swelling from an injury, fluid has been forced into the tissues in places where it usually isn't, and this can take weeks to subside and there is not a great deal you can do besides elevation and compression stockings to help the appearance and symptoms. If you have redness, increased swelling, red streaks, or fever, you need to have an immediate medical evaluation. Read more...
Evaluation. Possible doppler venous study. Read more...

My husband (age69) has what appears to be a broken blood vessel or clot on the middle of the bottom of his foot. Has moderate pain when he stands or walks. He has also had some vein issues on this same leg and a sore knee. Where should we go from here?

Ortho consult. 69 year old gentleman with ecchymosis on bottom of foot, moderate pain standing or walking, unknown onset, location, and duration of pain. Also c/o pain in knee and possible venous issues of unknown type. You should visit an orthopaedic surgeon for a medical history and physical exam. The orthopaedic surgeon can perform imaging of your husband's lower extremity and evaluate any problems. Good luck. Read more...