The Soles Of The Feet And The Backs Of The Feet Hurt After Being Hit?
… I am a 23 year old female BB 53, TB 152. My right foot has pain on the sole and back of my foot when I take it to walk or not. I’ve been hit before, but my feet are in shoes. And it doesn’t hurt right away on the same day after the impact. The next day or the day after the new event hurts. Then because the pain didn’t go away, I soaked it in warm water. But then the pain didn’t go away either. So, what I want to ask again… Previously I also had pain in my right leg, I don’t know what caused it. The pain is almost the same. Can the doctor explain why? Thanks
From your statement, I can't find a time chronology between the current pain, history of impact, and right leg pain. When is the estimated occurrence, and how long the difference is, because it can be important information.
Even if this trauma or impact occurred long before this foot complaint recurs (especially if you have felt the same complaint before the impact), then it may be caused by muscle stiffness, muscle inflammation or inflammation of the foot joints. This inflammation can be caused by infection, the presence of uric acid, inflammation of the muscle fascia (the protective layer of muscles) or due to circulatory disorders in the legs.
If this complaint lasts approximately 7-14 days after the impact, then the complaint of pain in your current leg is probably caused by a previous impact. Trauma to your feet can cause bruising, fractures in the ankle bones, or fractures in the sole of the foot.
However, all this cannot be ascertained without direct examination by a doctor. Therefore, you should consult directly with your family doctor or your chiropractor for an immediate examination and evaluation of this complaint. Investigations can be done such as blood tests or x-rays.
Treatment will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
What you can do until you see a doctor is:
1. continue warm compresses on the feet
2. Avoid using narrow shoes and high heels
3. Avoid fried foods, fatty foods, nuts, offal
4. Sufficient water as needed
Thus the information that we can convey, read also pain in the palms.