Foot bones clicking

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She can also feel as though something is clicking. She was told to walk properly and put her whole foot on the floor. She screams out in pain at times - and she isn't a 'wimp' So why do the achy pain and sharp pain completely go and then return so severely? I'd be interested to hear your thoughts about it and of the best ways of recovery.
For the first ten or twenty steps upon standing, I have to hobble and try to put all of my weight on my toes. Also, with the first steps I can hear and feel a clicking sound in that foot, that seems to be either the bones, or perhaps a tendon rubbing against the bones. I have been to a doctor in the past, but after taking xrays and finding nothing, was told to wear a pad on the top of the foot. That hasn't helped any, and the problem is getting continually worse.
I was in a cam boot for 5 months and now am still having incredible pain, with my ankle making a clicking noise, numbness, cramps, pins and needle, burning in my foot and leg and my foot is extremely cold etc. I am 25 and am normally very active, but have been unable to play sports or go running. I struggle to wear normal shoes and just wear sneakers with orthotics in them, walking long distances makes my ankle pain worse.
That was about 15 years ago and I do get the same sensation sometimes that I used to get from the neuroma. i.e the bones clicking over each other and feeling like I'm walking on a pebble. If this progresses any further, I'm afraid that I'll be unable to work. My job involves constant walking on concrete floors and it's starting to become a real problem. Thank you.
when i was nine yrs of age i had a very painful big toe taken for x ray all the bones in my foot had turned into a white mass i had an elephants foot which had to be drained i was in a wheel chair for 12 mnths i have never really recovered i have clicking knees parts of my body lock and the toe i have no feeling in it and i am continually tired i was diagnosed with osteochonderitis
The 8th week doctor said bone was completely heeled and I could now walk on foot again. I tried for the first 3 days. I wasn't able to walk for more than 15 minutes more than 5 times a day. I was getting clicking and snapping from the top of my foot and ankle. The pain was so severe that it hurt more than when I did it, and more than 3 hours after it happened. Oxycodone isn't working at all. A friend gave me some Mexican narcotics - I took 2 pills in 2 days. They didn't work.
I was in a serious car accident 13 months ago,I completely obliterated my leg and smaller bone in my leg was fractured and my ankle was literally so fractured in so many spots that it was turned inside out facing my face.I had emergency surgery...and it look like 8 months to "heal" to where I could hobble along. They told me that the MRI looks good and I should be able to walk here soon. (4 months ago) For the past 4 ive been "getting by.
) The doctor I saw at the time said it would heal in a year... that it was common in young girls since bones aren't fully matured at that age. My doctor said he didn't recommend surgery since I was so young. When I was 16 or so, I went back to the doctor since it didn't heal. The doctor said that it was odd that it didn't heal but again, didn't recommend surgery. When I was 18, I got my collarbone checked out again to make sure I was ok to join the Army. Everything was fine.
Was thinking about you the other day as I was using my medicine ball on my foot...Know exactly what u mean about the skinny leg!!! I broke 3 bones in my leg and ankle about 7 years ago and since then, the ankle has not functioned very well...I discovered that using the ball to press and roll up and down helped with blood flow and numbing (?) and now do it everynight in bed. Glad to hear you are back on both feet!!!
I have had a throat click for quite some time. its like a clicking sound almost like bones are bumping together it is painless. I can also swallow and not make the click. I dont feel anything really. it has not really bothered me so I have just ignored it. its almost like I can control whether it clicks or not.
In the mornings i feel alittle stiff, but throughout the day i get exteme pain in them, they dont swell but my veins pop to the surface, sometimes feels as though i'm contsantly strining them. Recently i was in so much pain with my foot they gave me a scan, which showed i had fractured it, but i dont recall hurtig myself, it was really bizzare! My joints are constantly clicking!
I do have similar symptoms to what you are describing, although in the beginning it was extreme fatigue, a foggy brain, short term memory loss, excessive thirst and urination that took me to the doctor. I have terrible aching in my bones which comes and goes, but is especially bad in my hips and legs and my shoulders. I also have paresthesia (sp?) that feels like bugs crawling across my foot or hand and also pins and needles feelings and numbness in my feet and hands that come and go.
This is one of the weakest structures in the neck so if he did sustain a neck injury this area could easily become bent or stretched and rub against his hyoid bone because it is elongated. That clicking noise may be the elongated cartilage coming into contact with his hyoid bone or cervical transverse process. 3D AXIAL CT SCAN is the best imaging study to check for this make sure you have an ENT who reads the below article and understands this condition.
You mentioned radiographs, not exactly sure what that is but Ive had my sergion look at few X-rays, he was looking at the space between the bones in tha ankle, his concern was wether or not to put a screw in, cause apparently my fractured fibula can cause swelling in the the ankle and thus spreding the bones out of posistion causing instability but he thinks the x-rays look alright, so he sent me home after 6 weeks and asked me to come back in 3 weeks, should i be pushing for a sooner date.
Increased uptake in the heel and a bone spur is present. Knees have a small amount of uptake. Significant uptake in talus bone and in the mid-foot. Lumbar xray showed loss of normal lordotic curve and minimal degenerative changes. SI joints showed no problems. Blood work all comes out normal. I am however HLA-B27 positive. My doctor says there is nothing wrong with me, except that I fibromyalgia. Do you think I should get a 2nd opinion?
First I am a 34yo male who has been "diagnosed" with palindromic rheumitism. I am on a list of meds such as indomethicin, tramadol, prednisone, and oxycodone. For what is almost 3 years now I have been dealing with muscle and joints pains, mostly muscle. I get a great deal of swelling to my left hand, wrist, forarm, ankle and foot. I do not swell on the right but I do "cripple" up from time to time for a few seconds on the right side.
I am a 20 year old female. I was diagnosed with Scheuermann's disease, as well as wedged and dried discs in my lower spine when I was 10 years old. I also have Asthma, and IBS as well as reaccuring UTI. I have had quite a lot of symptoms since I was around 13. I have seen a lot of different doctors, been checked for arthritis, Fibromyalgia and last year I had an MRI without contrast which was to check for MS.
Since about 2 weeks after that initial flareup I have a clicking in my hyoid when I swallow and the pain has switched to the other side. I have been seeing an Endocrinologist since that time and am not secure in his diagnosis or his treatment. I have had 4 neck surgeries: 2 cervical fusions, and 2 cervical foramanotomy's (one on each side). About 1 month prior to the initial flare up I had started drinking C2 (The first time I've ever had any type of diet drink).
I have always had a high threshold for pain, having been born with bilat club foot and have gotten used to hip, leg, back pain which I had always attributed to that. The foot specific pain has been become severe enough in the last few years (I am 41) that I take a large dose of a cox2inhibitor.
I too had all the nerve pinching and pain that was relieved by fentynal patches and epidural injections. They put a metal plate in my neck and 2 cadavar bones in and everything was fine from this Feb until now and I reinjured it somehow and have the same symptoms again. Don't let it go too long. It will be more painful.
my son just had an accident on Oct. 5th of this year and he is home recovering, he also broke both bones in the lower left leg and the calcaneas also he is in a cast up to the knee and recently has been complaining alot that his heel hurts alot and it sends little shocks through him and I can see him jump from them. He is still non weight baring due to other broken bones, the pelvic and the lower back and tail bone.
i dont know if this has anything to do with my injury, it also could be my weight even though it shouldnt because im not too overweight just average. the pain feels like its my knee bones scraping together, its terrible, Any help, suggestions, etc.?? HELP PLEASEE!!!
It covers my back molars, that is as far as it goes. Sometimes there is some slight clicking in my left side by my ear when I chew. Every time I swallow there is some crackling in that ear. Or thumping occasionally which has happened in both ears. My doctor prescribed me Xanax to take before bed. Not just for the bruxism but also because I get really bad leg cramps at night. So I am going to start that tonight. We'll see if it helps any! Thanks again!
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Were any of you guys ever on a Benzodiazepine such as Valium, Klonopin, or Xanax? What you are describing is called benzo withdrawal and sometimes takes 2 years to heal from. It is very hard to find any doctor to recognize what is going on because there are so many symptoms. Check out I was put on these meds for GAD, however after 4 years they stopped working and docs kept upping the dose. I finally realized what was going on and got off.
A normal, healthy thyroid gland makes T1, T2, T3, T4 and calcitonin, which keeps your bones healthy. You might want to research all of this and join other thyroid support groups. There is a really good natural thyroid group on yahoo!
i have had a neuroma taken out of my right foot in 9/09 my\dr told me my bones were thinnin and since then i was put on fosomax for thining of the bones on my first dose i had a reaction and was put in the hosptail because i had cramp up so bad i could not breath they had to breath for me my dr said my body stayed cramp up for 2 hrs or so it caused me to have many more problems after.
the scaphoid, the trapezium, and the trapezoid. These three bones form a triangle on the thumb side of the wrist. The fusion holds these bones in place when pressure or load is put on the wrist.
I did make coffee as soon as I woke up, and with every step of my right foot, it felt like my bones were being crushed--like they are bruised deep inside. This happened about two years ago, and I actually saw a rheumatologist about it, but she wasn't concerned. She thought it was due to exercise or strain, but I was actually completely sedentary at that time because of fatigue. Now I know that foot pain is yet another symptom of bartonella.