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Leg pain after standing for long or in cold weather. Big bone near toe. Is this a bunion?

Hi I m 18 years old my right foot aches throughout the day depending on how long I stand and also whether the temperature is cold . There is a bigger bone on the left edge of my big toe which is what hurts, I was told it may be a bunion but I haven t seen a physician, I was wondering, if this is a bunion can it be removed and if so will I have foot complications my whole life and difficulties walking
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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I really appreciate your concern looking to your age even if you stand little longer time then also there should not be any pain in your leg if this is happening so then the underlying cause of this need to be found out and that includes the blood work, x-ray study of long bones, it would be better to talk to some physician first, hope this information helps you, take care and have nice day.
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