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Foot Injury

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I was sat watching the rain on Thursday and at tea time got up to make the tea and cut cake. As I turned, my unweighted outside right foot caught against a rug edge. As my weight increased, my foot turned in and was accompanied by a graunching noise and pain. I hopped about and a significant swelling developed quite quickly on top of foot. But no severe black/blue bruising that I've had with a bone fracture in the past. Back in 1996 I did fracture a metatarsal and it parted with a very loud explosive crack and foot went black/blue very quickly.
Next morning swelling had all gone and a faint grey bruise discolouration on top of foot. And putting shoe and walking on wasn't too difficult.
So I'm thinking soft tissue damage - ligaments/tendons - and have had a couple of days ice, elevation and rest over weekend. Strapping foot is now more uncomfortable than wearing shoes and I tried ski boot this morning. Which was fine. Since been out in shoes this afternoon for a couple of hours and generally fine with just the odd minor twinge walking on the uneven soft snow. Going to try skiing tomorrow.
Wondered if anyone had a similar injury??
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Wondered if anyone had a similar injury??

Why? Puzzled

Seems your foot is healing on its own. What good to hear about others "similar" that may not be relevant?
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