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... I still get swelling at 10 months, particularly when I've been on it a lot. I have a job where I'm on my feet much of the time, so I usually still have to ice when I come home. ... (5 replies)
... I have pain behind my knees and sometimes stabbing pain in my calf and my feet turn purple. At work I sit with a box under my feet as Im short and my legs kind of dangle. My hips also ache seems mostly in the front. ... (0 replies)
Painful Toes
Jul 2, 2014
... My lower legs hurt if I sit in a chair too long or ride in a car, I have to get my legs elevated or my feet turn purple. ... (0 replies)

... Your foot will turn purple or sandy color when down, normal. Circulation gets better when you start walking and the muscles start pumping again. Swelling will get better then. ... (11 replies)
... surgery and was told it would go away, feet turn purple when I sit or stand. ... (8 replies)
My feet are purple
Apr 10, 2008
... I have purple feet all the time. They don't turn color in response to temperature. There is not discomfort. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Kimberlee! Sorry to hear yours turn purple too but, I did recently find out what causes it. ... (7 replies)
... the top of my feet swell no matter where I place this "wrap" part. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Roz! I think it's pretty normal as long as it's not staying purple once your off it. Before you take the wrap off at night are you on your feet longer than normal? ... (7 replies)
Purple feet?
Feb 7, 2005
... Has anyone ever had thier feet , turn a purple like color and have gray toenails? ... (1 replies)
... Do an internet search for "chilblains" and see if your feet meet the discription. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all, For about 7 years now, every 8 - 10 months I get pain in my ankle that cripples me for usually around a week. The previous time it had happened however, it had been a month, but now, this time I am at 7 weeks an no recovery in sight. The pain and swelling generally starts around my ankle, but not really the joint, mostly achilles area, sometimes posterior or... (0 replies)
... Your feet will be very sensitive at first. Rubbing your feet can help. Otherwise they go 12 weeks with no touch and are over sensitive. ... (4 replies)
... You have to remember that anytime someone has surgery and is on crutches their foot will turn purple. THis happens all the time. So just because she's been on crutches for 3 mos and her foot turns purple it doesn't mean she has CRPS. ... (4 replies)
... different docs and different opinions. Her foot would turn purple, etc. She is on Lyrica which has helped greatly. But she still has pain after walking for an hour or being on her feet all day. ... (4 replies)
... I am on day 21 post surgery and cannot keep my foot down either. My toes swell and turn purple and it feels like a huge weight is on the leg and foot. I got a knee walker and find that is better than the walker as I'm not good at hopping. ... (70 replies)
... they work great until I take them off then feet swell like balloons. Does anyone know anything about the disability compensation law, if I qualify? ... (54 replies)
Purple feet
Feb 20, 2008
... yes it sounds like reynaud's syndrome. i have poor circulation so in cold weather my fingers and fingernails turn blue/purple. It's nothing serious but a Dr can help you figure out how to manage it. I would start with your regular physician and then see a specialist if you need to. (3 replies)
... just not elevated will make it turn color and hurt. ... (7 replies)
... When I had my first surgery about 18 months ago, it took me until about the 6 week mark until I could hold my foot down for any length of time. My toes would turn a lovely shade of purple whenever I put the casted leg down at all. ... (7 replies)

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