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Foot injury. Pain in bottom of foot. Taken Diclofenac. Something broken?

hello myfriend kicked a wall in anger and is unable to weight bare and says th pain us on the bottom of his foot and hurts if you touch the first metatarsal .no swelling . no pallor and can move toes. he refuses a and e but could he have broken something or it is more a case of strap it? I gave him 50mg diclofenac to take if it was swelling or bruised it should have been effective and it hurts just as much so bot affected by nsaid thank you
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

As long as you wont get the foot X-ray you will not be able to tell either there is a fracture or not. There is so many bones in the foot, joints and ligaments so without an X-ray it is very hard to tell. Such pain can be caused by soft tissues trauma, ligaments trauma or fracture. It might be necessary to put this foot into the plaster.
As you can see, foot X-ray is strongly advisable.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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