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... Can anyone tell me or give me some advise on what the burning sensation could be on the top of my foot, it is around the big toe area and by a blood vessel? ... (0 replies)
... A while into the game I kicked the ball hard with my left foot and thats what caused the pain. ... (2 replies)
Aircast is Painful
Sep 30, 2016
... ankle 6 weeks ago today. I had surgery the next day and had a plate and screws on the outer part of ankle and screws on inner. I was in soft splint for 1 week post op and then moved to Aircast XP. ... (9 replies)

Foot sprain
Jan 17, 2014
... Three weeks ago I badly hurt my foot to the point where it physically made me nauseous. The initial injury was caused when I lost my balance and my full body weight landed on the ball of my foot. ... (2 replies)
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... First things first, Yes, this is not the place to ask for medical advice, I have an appointment with my doctor on Tuesday and plan to ask him all these things, but I wanted to know if I at least fit in the "norm". ... (3 replies)
... month surgery on July 13 along with intermittent sharp pains on top of foot where the incision is for the pens. I was told that I could bear wt. on the heel and at the end of the day felt the sensation to be more intense. ... (1 replies)
... just looking for your thoghts on this problem im having. ... (18 replies)
... I've been having recurring pain in the foot at night...something that hasn't happened in a while. I've had aching, burning, throbbing, that has woken me out of a dead sleep for several hours. ... (28 replies)
... op from right bunionectomy, hammertoe, and metatarsal resection. I thought I was doing really well until yesterday afternoon. The top of my foot and my toes started hurting so bad that I had to take a pain med for the first time since Wednesday. ... (5 replies)
... I can barely walk. I am currently off work and on disability, r u? ... (30 replies)
... in the same foot that i had bunion surgery on in december. i am not really sure this is the case. the symptoms that i have don't really seem to match what i have read the symptoms for a neuroma are. ... (15 replies)
... op from removal of neuroma between 4th and 5th metatarsals and a Haglunds deformity. My neuroma incision is on the bottom of my foot. I'm on Neurontin, but down to taking it only at night. ... (1 replies)
... Oh my goodness. How on earth has anyone been able to tolerate a cast for the required 6 weeks? ... (5 replies)
... due to PTTD you are at a stage 3 or 4 so you can relate to what I am saying. The sharp shooting pains you get at times are like the ones you get when you step on something uneven and you have a bad case of PTTD. ... (3 replies)
... Are you dealing with any problematic scar tissue on your heel? ... (6 replies)
... Most doctors are different than he is on that. It took me 9 weeks to get through the first bottle of pain pills and I've only taken about 2 since then. I'm now on prescription strength naproxen and that works well. ... (13 replies)
... and my big toe constantly tingle as if they were asleep and coming back to life. It feels slightly like a burning sensation which concerned me at first but is actully very normal. ... (7 replies)
... hello, I hope someone can help me. I have had surgery on the ball of my right foot to remove a tumor. They went in through the top, but couldn't find it, so went in through the bottom. ... (0 replies)
... I had a completely different surgery but I ended up with nerve trauma in the 4th and 5th toes and along the top of my foot. Apparently this is a fairly common occurance in the type of surgery I had. ... (2 replies)

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