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feet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!& toes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby loubie » Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:06 am

just wondered if anyone else has has a (wot i call) dropped toe ???????????
i do have very painful feet and ankles so sore an hurt on bottoms
couple weeks ago i noticed that the little toe on left foot had dropped down ???? is it just another fm thing or my toe just dropping off :crazy:
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Postby shazq » Sun Jun 14, 2009 2:55 pm

:shock: Toes falling off.

I have sore ankles and feet, but my toes are fine.
Have up knocked your toe on anything?.
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Re: feet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!& toes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby loubie » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:34 pm

:lol: shaz my toe not droppin off just dropped down from other toes :lol:
wen sat with feet up n look at toes that one has dropped out of line with the others :shock:
i not banged it :dunno:
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Postby armanisgirl » Sun Jun 14, 2009 4:21 pm

Sorry, haven't got this either. It's possible it's from a previous bang on the foot though, and even though the bang has healed and you've forgotten about it, the ligaments or tendons in the toe may still be a bit weak. If there's any pain, it could be an arthritis, or degeneration of the toe bone. (The toe next to my big toe on right foot was once x-rayed as I was getting awful pains that felt like I was walking on shards of glass. X-ray showed damage to the bone, and the bone was fragmenting - resulting in the pain. No treatment was offered, and was told to just cope with it! Old rheumy was not the most patient of people lol, but he suggested an earlier trauma had caused the bones to degenerate). Hope this helps.
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