I have notice that when I am out walking or if I am exercising, the bottom of my feet and my ankles hurt me so bad. Then the pain goes up to my leg. I have to sit down because it hurts so bad. Is there anything that I should try before I go to the doctor about it?
About three to four weeks ago I was given Levaquin 500 for a sinus infection to be taken one a day for ten days. On the sixth day I began having pain in my shoulders, upper arms and across shoulder blades. After reading the prescription info I read that this med could cause tendon problems.
Thus, I quit taking the med.
I am still having pain – sometimes severe and mostly in the right arm, etc.
The left area seems better. Can I expect this pain to gradually subside or should I see a doctor?
Sorry to bother you but I have a question about tendonitis. My Tendons bother me in the the front of my foot from extending my ankle and foot when running etc. It will only bother while I am running and the pain will go away very quitly once I am not straining them anymore. I have to take a phisical for firefighting and I am wondering what excercises I can do to try and strengthen my tendons. Thank you very much
I’m a 45 year old healthy male. I exercise regularly. About 4 months ago I started feeling a burning pain on the top outer side of my right foot. The pain starts at about the mid point of my foot (lengthwise) and extends down to just before my little toe. There is no pain in any of my toes. I went to a foot specialist and after having some xrays taken he said it might be a little bit of arthritis. There is no swelling of my foot at all, just this burning pain that seems to be at its worst when I get up out of bed first thing in the morning.
I have the exact same type of burning pain in my right hand…specifically the knuckle of my index finger. If I accidently bump that knuckle on something the pain is really intense. I haven’t done anything to injure it that I can remember in the past.
My main question is, could these burning pains in some way be related?
If so what could it be?
I stumped my middle toe on a brick about a month ago and it hurt for the longest time it got all swallon and stuff but now all thats gone and my nail is starting to fall off. Its still connected on one corner to my skin but the other side isn’t. So what should i do should i leave it alone or should i cut the lose part off, will it grow back? Help please!!!
I have a condition called Adiposa Dolorosa and have had terrible pain in my feet for a couple of years.
Tonight my husband observed no less than 15 pea-sized nodules on the back of each heel (and around the edges of both heels).
Could these be more lipomas or is there another condition similar to this.
The pain in my feet increases with pressure applied to the nodules.
They can be seen from 10-15 feet away when I am standing and nearly disappear when I sit.
I fell a week ago and hit my face on the corner of a table.
I have a black eye, swollen cheek, and laceration to the forehead.
The middle of my back hurts and there is one particular spot that has alot of pressure. Could I have injured my back in this fall?
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I have looked thru the forums and cannot seem to find a place where it talks about pain in the little toe. I stubbed my toe on my husbands big shoes last night and my poor small toe is hurting so that it hurts to walk. Can you break your little toe or is it most likely just something that needs to heal on its own. I would appreciate any answer. Thank you
My 16 year son is very active in sports – ice hockey and tennis, and he recently developed white soft tissue under the balls of his feet and under his toes. We tried treating it with Tenactin but the problem seems to come back after he is involved in sports. His feet developed a bad ordor and is red and tender when he is not playing sports. Can you please help.