Foot pain

#1
For a while now I have had pain on and off in the ball of my foot, which I suspected may have been due to a sharp piece of tile getting lodged in there. However, I have had no pains for the last few months, so I assumed the problem had gone away.

I've been doing some fitness training lately, and noticed no problems, until this morning. Every time I stepped down I got a sharp pain, and ended up limping.

Is it worth seeing the doctor about this, or will it sort itself out?
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#2
I've been doing some fitness training lately, and noticed no problems, until this morning. Every time I stepped down I got a sharp pain, and ended up limping.

Is it worth seeing the doctor about this, or will it sort itself out?
What do you reckon? Mong.
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#3
Dear internet people. I cut myself shaving this morning. I managed to cut my jugular......do you think I should see someone about it? I'm bleeding quite a lot. Thanks internet chums.
 
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Tinman74

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Dear internet people. I cut myself shaving this morning. I managed to cut my jugular......do you think I should see someone about it? I'm bleeding quite a lot. Thanks internet chums.
Simply pull a cable tie tight enough around your neck to stem the blood loss!!
 
#10
Sounds like either Achilles tendonitis, or planter flexor syndrome.
Or perhaps........

which I suspected may have been due to a sharp piece of tile getting lodged in there
I'm no MO, but I'd suggest digging that piece of tile out of your hoof.
 
#11
Tried. Couldn't find it. It may be a figment of imagination, as the pain started after putting soom tiles up in the bathroom.
 
#12
If you know you have a piece of broken tile in your foot, then you should also be aware that it can move. If you are unlucky it will move somewhere an do harm. I still have tiny splinters of glass emerging occasionally from my hands after a minor fracas with a bottle wielding maniac in the 1970s and bits of grit, encapsulated in skin, emerge from my elbows and knees from time to time, I'm a lifelong biker.

If it's a large fragment, have it removed.

Sudden pains in the feet, particularly after periods of training, can also be due to gout. You don't have to be a port swilling old tosspot to have that, lots of athletes get it.
 
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#18
I still have tiny splinters of glass emerging occasionally from my hands after a minor fracas with a bottle wielding maniac in the 1970s.
S'nuffink. I still have glass blast fragments which entered the right/rear quadrant of my head in 1999, leaving my beautiful body in 2012. The earliest fragments to migrate and exit were from above my left eye after a couple of years. The most recent, last year, came out above my left knee.
 
#19
Dear internet people. I cut myself shaving this morning. I managed to cut my jugular......do you think I should see someone about it? I'm bleeding quite a lot. Thanks internet chums.
Splash some old spice on it and stop whinging, you homo.
 
#20
S'nuffink. I still have glass blast fragments which entered the right/rear quadrant of my head in 1999, leaving my beautiful body in 2012. The earliest fragments to migrate and exit were from above my left eye after a couple of years. The most recent, last year, came out above my left knee.
Where did your brains come out?

Sorry, couldn't resist that! It isn't pleasant though is it, when you scratch an itch and it starts bleeding....
 

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