have been experience this undeniable foot pain for over a year now. It started when I fell from a few steps on my stairs...on any normal day it would of been a mild thing just some ice and a rolled ankle and everything would be fine. But I was limping which is common when you roll your ankle but I couldn't even stand on the foot...a month has passed and I'm still limping after 3 months the limping has passed and my doctor tells me that the area that I complain about takes a long time to heal because there is no blood circulating much over there. The pain is located underneath the ankle not on the ankle bone at all its a little bone sticking out below the ankle my doctor has explained its a tarsel of some sort. A few months later I fell again as I was stepping off a walking machine and then injured the other foot
this time the left foot, this fall I believed was less serious than the the other foot but I again could not even limp my way to a seat. I had to crawl back. Fastforward to a year later both feet have a swollen little pocket underneath the ankle in the tarsel that I have mentioned. This pain is now causing me to limp after more than 10 minutes of walking, I can't stand for more 10 minutes without feeling pain. Everything I walk it feels as if I am walking on sharp stones, it feels like I'm carrying an elephant (mind you I'm not overweight and I'm only 22 years old). I had a bone scanning test and the technician diagnosed that I might have arthritis but he was unclear. The foot doctor that I had consulted said I had tendonitis. I really don't know what to do can you please help me. All these different diagnosis' are making me confused!!!:confused:
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