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So I would guess that your spasticity is causing spasms on the outside edge of your foot, and making your toes pull down. I definitely agree that's it's crazy how much pain such a small muscle can create.
I am having a pain on the bottom outside edge of my foot. It feels like a bruise but has been there for a while. I am a runner and assume this is a training injury. Any ideas?
The first surgery they installed a Charite disc and during post op recovery I have extreme left foot pain (top of foot) so five days later they went back in and cleared out some deposits in the never passage but I again continued to have foot and later hip, leg and foot pain. Approximately five months later they went back in and removed the Charite disc and placed a plate in the front linking my disc together and brackets and rods in my back to support that side.
She shot above my ankle and I felt the numbness go down my foot and wrap around under my foot right where the pain was. She determined it was a nicked nerve from the biopsy all that time ago. She said we might have to remove the nerve. what kind of doctor is the best for that procedure? Will I loose the use of my foot or feeling? I cant have this dr do the surgery because she is not on my plan. ( She was my 2nd opinion) My podiatrist has a couple of people.
but nothing in the area of my pain, which is on the bottom where the heel meets the arch near the outside edge. I finally saw a ortho Dr that did a nerve test with a shot of a numbing substance. She shot above my ankle and I felt the numbness go down my foot and wrap around under my foot right where the pain was. She determined it was a nicked nerve from the biopsy all that time ago. She said we might have to remove the nerve. what kind of doctor is the best for that procedure?
I just started getting the buzzing today. right foot most noticeable on the outside right side of the foot closer to the toes. buzzes for 2-3 seconds, second pause, then buzzing again. Then it may stop for a while and start up again. I am under more stress than usual today.
I have been in pain for about a month now. the left outside edge and about 1/2 inch into my foot hurts. This happens pretty much about every time I put weight on it. I put an ace bandage on and it just made it so much worse to the point where it felt like I had broken my foot.
A bunion is when the big toe points toward the second toe. This causes a bump to appear on the outside edge of toe. It is common in people wearing high heeled narrow toed shoes. There may be red, calloused skin along the inside edge of the big toe along with a bony bump at this site. Is it a blister? Blisters form when liquid becomes trapped between layers of skin. This results in a bubble of fluid under the skin on the foot.
It occurs on the right side of the right foot about halfway in between the pinky toe and the ankle about halfway, and a centimeter in from the outside of the foot. the area of pain is about the size of a quarter but is very intense, i would compare to a fracture. Pain occurs when walking or applying pressure to the right side of the foot. there is no noticeable swelling in comparison to the other foot.
More details, the cuboid has risen from its correct placement with the base of the 5th metatarsal forced laterally to the outside edge of my foot. Basically, I have one huge painful bump where the base of the 5th metatarsal is. Taping for immobility helps but isn't a solution. I take the tape off and the pain is excrutiating. Feeling like the 5th and cuboid are rubbing... Even taped, when my foot spreads due to weight bearing, it screams with pain and becomes red and inflamed.
3.5 weeks ago I started noticing a very sharp pain on the outside of my left foot whenever I would walk and put a certain angle of pressure on that area, in combination with a dull pain along the edge of that foot, and some stiffness/soreness up the ankle. I'm not sure what brought this on, I did briefly roll over on the side of one of my feet a week or two before I noticed this. I've never had any swelling or change in color.
About 3 months ago, I noticed what looked like a cat poop stuck to the foot pad of Littlebit's right foot, about an inch or so long, curling under her right foot from outside to inside edge of the pad. She had no symptoms other than a momentary slight limp, as tho' she had stepped on something in the carpet.
3.5 weeks ago I started noticing a very sharp pain on the outside of my left foot whenever I would walk and put a certain angle of pressure on that area, in combination with a dull pain along the edge of that foot, and some stiffness/soreness up the ankle. I'm not sure what brought this on, I did briefly roll over on the side of one of my feet a week or two before I noticed this. I've never had any swelling or change in color.
Hi Quix, thank you so much for your suggestions. I will phone into the office and tell them, my Neuro is out on vacation. I am to see him, I believe the 25th. This was very sudden and very painful. I spent the rest of the evening in a chair yesterday. It is not in the ankle area at all, but instead runs along the top of the foot up the leg. Trying to lift the toes up, they are 'heavy' and 'stiff'? Its hard to explain.
After lots of Aleve, ice, heat and stretching it is getting much worse and now I am completely hobbled. Pain is along the outside and on the bottom along the outer edge of my foot. The pain ends at the outside pad part and the pain wraps to the top just below my pinky toe and the next one. They are constantly feeling crampy. This afternoon my ankle ballooned twice the size, up but no pain. I could hardly drive home as I could barely press down on the brake. Help!
Right behind my little toes. It's the meaty area on the outside edge. They are calloused but there is nothing that can be scraped off. VERY tender all the time and if I accidentially scuff them against something it feels like they've been sliced wide open. It's painful to just walk. I don't often wear shoes, so that's not causing the problem. What little reasearch I've done says it's the (mpj 5) areas. Possible Bursitis, metatarsalia area.
well I'm 6 weeks casted tomorrow and I can say right now that the point on my foot where the most pain was has let up. I still have a bit of pain in the ankle area though. This cast I'm in right now is really quite comfortable. She put on extra padding around the "hot spot" and it has been pretty good up till now. I still have 2 weeks and a day to go. Next weekI'm going to give walking on it a try. I purchased a shoe that is meant for aiding in walking in a short cast.
no low back pain and sciatic pain much less but lost feeling under my right foot (especially along the outside, under the ball and the last three toes of my foot). Could not flex right ankle properly. Later, right calf muscle even more painful/tight, slowly enlarged (now much larger than left calf muscle), and right hamstring also still quite sore and enlarged. Sciatic pain returns December 2003. MRI January 2002 showing re-herniation with nerve compression.
She is still in pain, she describes it as moving. One minute it is in a wrist then in her knees, then the foot then the elbow.it is always somewhere. She has some good moments when she has no pain. It doesn't last very long though. She is having trouble now coping with the not knowing, she has been taking antibiotics for three weeks for a possible Lyme disease, even though the blood test did no-show Lyme. Any suggestions would be appreciated .
It doesn't take it all away but it takes the edge off the pain. I get that horrible burning sensation and I know how you feel. It does hurt even if you touch it softly. I know it's hard to rest and take it easy with kids around but you have to. Resting helps. When I get the leg pains, I lay down and put a blanket around my leg. Sometimes it goes away quickly, sometimes, it takes days for the pain to go away. I know I wasn't much help but I just wanted to tell you that I feel for you.
The doctor who gave them said she should have come in for them within 24-48 hours of first outbreak. At two months, she was on the outside edge of them being able to help her.
Am the only one with physical pain? I read an article somewhere that said that most people "on the outside" do not realize that MS patients have a lot of physical pain........is it just me or do others have it too? Yeah, I'm still waiting for Dx, but have to wait for a really bad episode so it can be pinpointed.
I get prescribed Vicodin and 600mg Motrin and the doctor tells me I have contusions on my heal and the outside right edge of my right foot. I take the Vicodin for almost a while day and the Vicodin does very little for the pain except making me feel loopy for the first hour. I call them and tell them it isn't doing anything for the pain, so they give me Percocet. This as well is doing very little for the pain and makes me REALLY loopy for the first hour.
period, his spinal stenosis/sciatica became severe to where paralysis was L foot/leg and beginning on R foot. Had lumbar fusion plus rebuilding/grafting of the floor of his spine (multiple prior fractures observed during op--he was paratrooper, etc.); also two blown knees, both shoulders, just beat up alot in his career. Back surgery successful, but constant burning pain in penis did not let up.
Although I cannot comment on the MRI without seeing the scans, if there is compression of the L5 nerve root, this could cause pain that radiates down the outside of the leg to the foot, possible weakness in the muscles that flex the foot up. It seems fortunate that you do not have these symptoms. Even if these symptoms do occur, they are treated conservatively, and they usually resolve. I cannot predict if your condition will change. Probably you will continue to have some disc bulges on MRI.
I also have these electric shock like pains shooting across my foot from the outside to the top of my foot. Its the worst pain since childbirth! Not many people can understand it. After 2 months of x rays, bone scans, utra sounds and sciatica check scans, I was referred to a orthopedic surgeon. He diagnosed my symptoms in just 5 minutes. He did the tinus sign, which is using 2 fingers and lightly tapping just under the ankle bone or area. This sent a fuzzy feeling to my little toe.
About two weeks ago, I noticed that the area underneath my right ankle bone (the distal side) has started to hurt, mainly when I turn my foot sideways (so the outside edge of my foot is touching the ground; I tend to do this when I sit). It's an unusual pain, and it feels like some kind of tendon too. The sensation is one of extreme tightness, and seems to run directly underneath my outside ankle bone. What I'm wondering is, could this be related to my calf injury?
Once again, if I am barefoot for an extended period, I get an intense burning in my big toes, on the outside. The pain radiates from the joint all the way up the toe. This happens when I immerse my feet in bath water. If I immediately remove my feet from the water and elevate them, the burning subsides. If I press on the area while the burning is happening, it is numb. Is this a neuroma? Thank you!
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