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Is it because of microscopic pain that my feet is hurting a lot ?

I suffered a microscopic sprain two years ago and it still hurts Hello, my name is Sofia and I m 20 years old. I suffered an injury on my left foot about two years ago. When it first happened the left side of my foot was swollen, like the size of a baseball, and when I went to the doctor they told me that it was just a sprain, to keep it elevated, and to use a heat pad.  About 6 months after that I wore high heels and my foot hurt badly so I then went to an orthopedic surgeon who looked at my x-ray and told me that I had a microscopic fracture and that it should go away soon.  He only gave some pills for the pain. Well it s been a little more than two years and my foot still hurts and I m afraid that it might have been something more serious than a microscopic sprain.
Asked On : Sun, 31 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query,
Nothing to worry,old lesion or fracture give rise to this pain often.
You wear normal shoes and do physiotherapy.
Apply heat pad and you will be alright.
If you get this type of pain while long walking do not worry.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 31 Jul 2011
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