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Pain like broken bone in foot. Why?

I have this pain in what feels like a broken bone on the lower right side on my right foot under the ankle. A couple weeks ago, I got out of the truck and it happened once and I felt like when I try to turn my foot in or sideways it would hurt and feels like I couldn t go any further without something breaking and be in lots of pain, then a couple days after I noticed it was normal again. Then last night, playing sports, and its happened again. I can put weight on it and jump on it, but a certain way I move it, the pain on the inside is painful.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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it seems that you might have fracture of some small bones at ankle joint.
You might have gone for x-ray at the time of accident and if found some fracture in small bones, plaster might have applied.
Now as more than 2 weeks passed, nothing can be done.
If there is displaced fracture, by this time there might be having mal-union.
consult orthopedic surgeon and get examined.
ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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