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Having pain in foot. Not able to walk properly, getting sharp pain on ankle. What could be causing this?

i have really bad pain in my right foot its the side of big toe and the balls of my feet can not walk properly if i do put pressure on foot i get a really sharp pain on my ankle but the opposite side from big toe do i need to have x ray and if not what could be the cause of this pain its been the same for 3 days and seems to be getting worse?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Several problems could cause the symptoms you are having. More details on you, your history and your general health as well as a physical exam of your foot and ankle would be necessary to narrow down the problem. Following that , xrays may be useful. Since the pain has been there for three days and it is getting worse, you should have it examined as soon as possible by s foot and ankle specialist.
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