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... I began to try to put some weight on my foot with my crutches, per the doctor's suggestion. This really hurt by the end of the day, so I didn't continue. ... (6 replies)
... Blood clots can result from an injury to the leg or foot that affects veins, or from being unable to move around much. So, yes, a broken toe could trigger it. However, broken toe is a relatively small injury, and probably wouldn't cause a blood clot unless you had other risk factors. ... (1 replies)
Swollen foot
Jul 15, 2007
... I went to the hospital today and they can not figure out what is wrong either. They checked for blood clot, broken bones, and gout plus whatever else they checked in the blood. ... (8 replies)

... Hello everyone. I had a bunionectomy on March 6. I had the bone broken and a piece removed and screws put into the bone. I was in a cast for 2 months post op. My question is regarding my foot and leg after my cast was removed. ... (3 replies)
... I should have broken my ankle but my very lose joints resulted in "just" a bad sprain. I was put in a walking boot for almost a month with partial weight bearing. ... (10 replies)
... use your foot discomfort to let you know that your doing too much. At 4 weeks post op, I didn't do much. Your bone is still very much healing. ... (4 replies)
... with one patch of pink. I'm not putting ANY pressure or weight on my foot during the shower. ... (4 replies)
... I'm only 22, and this is the first time I've broken a bone, and the first time I've had to be on medication for longer than a week or so, so I'm not too thrilled about it. ... (9 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle sprain, negative mri, pain with weight bearing

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