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Entire foot very swollen, dark reddish, burning crushing pain

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Jul 27, 2018.

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    On Feb. 14th I fell down stairs and had an avulsion ankle fracture. I wore a splint for 4 days and then a bootie after that. When the splint was taken off, my entire foot, ankle and lower leg were very swollen.

    After almost 8 weeks now, my ankle is healing and my lower leg is no longer swollen but my entire foot and ankle are just as swollen as before and when I stand up on my bootie (no moving) my foot burns and has a crushing pain and feels like it's going to explode so I can't stand for...

    Entire foot very swollen, dark reddish, burning crushing pain

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