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... my own stupid fault for not wearing shoes. The thing is that although its just a tiny cut and looks like its healing, if I walk on one particular side of my foot it still really hurts. Like, if I press directly on the cut it doesnt hurt, but if I push on it gently at a certain angle, I get a stab of pain. ... (3 replies)
... Go to the Doctors. If there is still glass in there it could get infected in time if left. If you have diabetes then you really need to look after your feet. ... (3 replies)
... Its not agonising to walk or anything, its just that pushing on it in a certain way makes it hurt. I think I'm going to make an appointment on monday. If there is anything in there it must be a tiny piece! ... (3 replies)

... After two weeks, you should probably go to the doctor. They may be able to x-ray it, because sometimes glass will show up on x-rays, depending on the size of the piece and the type of glass. But after two weeks, a small cut should be feeling better. (3 replies)
... e boot and start moving the ankle. After I got home that day I tried using the boot and it caused execurating pain on the ankle and it felt like I was walking on broken glass. I did not try that again for a while. I would try to just put my foot down on the floor a few times each day and the same thing would happen. ... (9 replies)
... Hi! Thanks for your questions and I'm glad that some of what I had to say has helped! You actually sound like you have worse foot pain than I did. In my opinion, you should definitely get it done. ... (15 replies)
... First, let me thank you for documenting your experience with surgery. It has been very helpful to me.I am in bed right now because I can't walk, my bunion hurts that much. I had to take a week off because the pain was so bad. ... (15 replies)
... not leaned on with any with any of a person's bodyweight. The arms should be held perfectly straight on the crutches. The handle for the hands needs to be placed in exactly the correct place on the crutch itself. This is easily done with the holes and wing nuts that are on them. ... (1 replies)
... Cryosurgery sounds like a possible solution to problems with stump neuromas and neuromas in general !! ... (124 replies)
... When he was about 14, my son fell on broken glass while skateboarding and got a sliver deep in the palm of his hand. It remained there for years as doctors were reluctant to cut around in such a delicate area. ... (1 replies)
... bad. I try to use it as much as possible. I do the exercises the Dr told me to. But I'm having so much swelling and pain I cant stand to wear a sock at times. My foot is still redish purple and is always hot to the touch. Is any of this normal? ... (1 replies)
... I have 2 problems. The first one is... I've been getting a severe stabbing pain in the bottom of my foot right where the heel and the arch meet. It feels like I stepped on broken glass or the blade of a knife, or some extremely sharp object. ... (4 replies)
... I can barely partial weight bear. It hurts so bad. My toes and front of my foot feel like they are crunching. ... (2 replies)
... Mostly what bothers me is the ball of my foot and toes. Numbness had gotten a little better after surgery number 2, but sometimes it feels like there is a rock in the ball of my foot, sometimes covered in broken glass when I walk and it feels swollen so when I walk I can't push off my toes. ... (10 replies)
... I didn't walk a lot in the boot, my doc said it would make me uneven. ... (16 replies)
... I didn't walk alot in the boot, my doc said it would make me uneven. ... (16 replies)
... My pain is a long story. You may need to read back. But along with the ankle pain, I just had surgery for osteomyelitis from the fixator in my tibia. Then the RSD pain. But the ankle joint pain is still there, or at least was until the surgery. THat's another story... I have no feeling now... ... (270 replies)
... it hasn't been a good week for me. I went from being able to teach for 3 hours to not making it through a 45 min class without sitting most of it. I feel like my foot got ripped off and the open sore of my leg is walking on broken glass. On a positive note, my sympathetic nerve blocks are helping my burning pain from RSD. ... (270 replies)
... l my dr. and try and get a script for a nerve block or blocks from a pain management dr. I go to PT today so maybe I'll hear something. I had the intense burning in the heel, like I said, the moment the nerve block wore off after the fixator was put on. I had intense cramping of my toes as well. ... (270 replies)
... Can any of the doctors refer me to a known expert in Morton's Neuroma. ... (2 replies)

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