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... 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)
... Is it possible for a broken toe to trigger a blood clot in the veins of the leg? ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for the information, I have never broken anything on my body before. I did it on Thursday, and to make matters worse, my Dad had a pace maker operation the following day, but the care home took him. ... (5 replies)

... on the right foot two years ago at age 48. The bone below the toe was cut and a temporary pin was inserted. I thought the little toe side would heal quicker, but learned that it took longer because the blood circulation is less on the outside of the foot. ... (5 replies)
... what is a broken blood vessel on the bottom of my toe (0 replies)
... green bruise for weeks now up near my pinkie toe and the one next to it. It hurts if I press on it, and the bruise still isn't going away. ... (15 replies)
... the bandage off to let the air get to the stitches. EEK! That was horrible, it felt so vulnerable, and if I moved my foot even slightly, it felt like a bag of broken bricks moving about in there! I kept my foot well away from the floor and everything else. I was very glad to have it rebandaged and strapped back up safely. ... (162 replies)
... I know broken bones can cause blood clots but is this too minor to worry about? ... (4 replies)
Waiting for fusion
Apr 25, 2008
... I am experiencing terrible piercing pain through my big toe joint up the front of my foot. A fusion of the joint is going to be performed but the wait for the surgeon is a long one. ... (11 replies)
... Well, I went back to id yesterday. They decided I could finally get rid of my picc line and stop the antibiotics. My toe does look much better. ... (22 replies)
Broken Foot
Jul 31, 2007
... I am in my 21st week of healing a broken foot. ... (13 replies)
... Broken bones do fully heal eventually. You should be able to find information on the fracture healing process. Basically, a blood clot forms, then you get a big thing called a callous that forms around the break, which is bony tissue. ... (1 replies)
... so I'm sure that will eventually go away. I think I"ll call my doc on Monday, as I've never had the completely numb toe like this, with either of my previous foot surgeries. ... (18 replies)
... Does anyone know why a blood vessel would suddenly break in your foot? ... (0 replies)
Toe problem
Mar 29, 2004
... I just recently stubbed my toe really bad. Right after doing it, a big blister filled with blood formed right below the nail. MY toe is still killing me like its broken. ... (5 replies)
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... Yeah, broken heels suck! ... (7 replies)
... caused by the collapse of the foot structure in the arch. It seems A leads to B and so forth. I already had a doctor due to a broken bone in my other foot last summer. He is a Board Certified Podistrist in foot surgery and board certified in foot and ankle reconstruction. ... (6 replies)
... Turns out I had something called a jones fracture and usually those get screwed due to lack of blood flow. ... (6 replies)
... n. In the week that followed the pain diminished quite dramatically and I soon returned to running and playing basketball. However, I started feeling pain in the toe area in the morning that would gradually diminish throughout the day. It was not dramatically impacting my life at this point. ... (30 replies)


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