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Wore high heels, on feet whole day. Bottom of foot, area before toes swollen, painful. Suggestions?

Hi, yesterday i worked for 8 hours straight nonstop washing 250 cars and was on my feet all day hustling around. I wear high heeled boots and tie them snugly. The bottom of my right foot like the ball and just before the toes is swollen and hurts when i walk. My feet were soaked after the day too so i was wondering what it could be
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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thank you for your query.

don't worry it is a very common is just due to the pressure of wearing high heels for 8 hrs.

just soak your feet in a warm water bath with sea salt for half hour twice a day for 3 days.also you can apply diclofenac gel on the affected areas and if the pain is unbearable you can you analgesics for a day.

the symptoms should come down with rest in a day or two.

thank you,
wishing you good health
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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