The Sole Of The Left Foot Hurts When You Walk. What Are The Symptoms?
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Foot pain when walking can indicate the following medical conditions:
Muscle fatigue (myalgia) due to strenuous activity involving the legs, such as prolonged standing, or long walking Blockage / narrowing of the arteries in the legs (peripheral artery disease). In this condition, usually the farther the person walks, the more pain will be in the legs Blockage of the veins (deep vein thrombosis) Wounds on the soles of the feet Callus / fish eyes History of injuries to the bones, muscles, or ligaments in the feet Inflammation of the soles feet (plantar fasciitis) If the pain is severe, you should check with a general practitioner first to examine your feet. If necessary, the doctor will carry out supporting examinations such as blood tests or x-rays of your feet, or refer you to certain specialists according to suspected disease. After that you will be given treatment according to the underlying cause.
Meanwhile, things you can do to improve the condition and prevent worsening are:
Limit activities that are too strenuous Use soft footwear during activities as a foundation for your feet Avoid eating foods that contain lots of cholesterol, such as lard, fried foods, and foods high in sugar to prevent blockages in blood vessels. If you often stand for a long time, use compression stockings. to keep improving your blood circulation Routine exercise 3 to 4 times per week to strengthen the muscles in the leg area To reduce pain, you can take over-the-counter drugs such as paracetamol. This is my explanation, I hope it helps and is useful :)
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