I twisted my ankle and my foot is swollen and black and blue down to my toes. Could it be fractured?

It could be a. Fracture, a soft issue injury, a sprain etc. To know if it is fractured you will need an x-ray. Medical history ; physical examination are also needed. Take care.

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I fell yesterday. I twisted my ankle. Ankle a little swollen. I have some pain on top of my foot. Mostly behind my big toe. Could it be a fracture?

Possible. Although a strain or sprain is more likely. Fracture cannot be rules out. You should be evaluated. Read more...
Yes but maybe not. You need to see your physician and have it evaluated. It may or may not be a fracture. Read more...
Yes. Could be a fracture or simply a sprain. If significantly painful you should have it evaluated by a physician. Read more...
Twisted Ankle . A fracture is always possible, especially if you everted your ankle when you fell. Apply ice packs for a day or two and see if the swelling and pain subside. If not, it might be prudent to check with an orthopedist and get an x-ray to be sure. Read more...
Ankle twisted. It is always a good idea to get x rays to rule out fracture - especially as we all age. If you have any osteoporosis the possibility of fracture is greater. So , the right first thing to do is see your podiatrist for x rays and an exam. Good luck. Read more...

Could use your help docs! My foot is swollen and it hurts to touch it on the top of my foot. It doesn't hurt to walk on it but could it still be fractured?

Anything possible. Various possiblities including, injury/stress fracture, gout, infection or other form of arthritic condition. See podiatrist for evaluation and treatment. Read more...
Maybe. Pain is usually associated with a fracture, however I have seen some patients with simple fractures that don't have pain when walking. Getting an exam will give you the proper diagnosis and treatment plan you may need. Read more...

Ankle sprain. X-ray showed no broken bones. Numb toes and twitches randomly? Sept 14/13 injury. Not swollen. What do I do?

You. Injured probably a nerve. Give time to heal it. Basically, be patient, it should pass. Read more...
Nerve entrapment. I would if painful enough get a nerve conduction study though only less than a week old. Give it some time to rest, ice and elevate and if persists consult your doctor. Read more...
Have it looked at. Could be many things, but there is a probable nerve involvement. Have it looked at. Read more...

6 days post ankle sprain, my foot ankle and bottom of leg go numb. Especially if I stand on it for a whilst. No fracture or torn ligaments only sprain?

Ankle Sprain. An ankle sprain is really a misnomer in that there are typically ligaments torn (partially or fully) around the ankle. The tearing from those ligaments may cause swelling (mild to severe) and the swelling may impinge on the surrounding skin nerves. This may be causing the numbness, especially when standing because fluid naturally builds up lower with gravity. Hope this helps, good luck! Read more...
Nerve issue. Your numbness can be due to abnormal nerve function due to nerve impingement or damage. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated. Read more...

I am casted for a ankle sprain/and two minor fibula fractures. My foot isn't sore, so does that mean I can play sports as soon as my cast is gone?

Post injury rehab. Just as important as the treatment or surgery is the rehab of the extremity. The isolation of the part will weaken the muscles and hurt your balance. Several weeks to months of physical therapy often done to help bring you back to normal, and, even then, you'll have to ease back into the sport or activity or risk reinjury of the area(s). Read more...

I broke me fibula by my ankle. The top of my foot hurts, bruised, and swollen. Could I have fractured my foot also? I was playing football

Possibly. Have your doctor evaluate the X rays to see if that was included in the X ray films. Sprains of the soft tissue and accumulation of swelling can also cause pain. Good luck. Read more...