A few weeks ago I rolled onto the outside of my left foot. OMG it hurt so bad it was sore for about an hour then it went away. Well, after that I seemed to roll to that side very frequently, and that same sever pain would come back and just a few mins later it would be gone. There is no bruising or rough spot, or lumps or anything. It doesnt happen as often now. But dang it hurts just like the first time every time I roll to the side now. One guy said I may have sprained it. I really dont know what a sprain is though. I guess I haven't gone to a doctor because the pain \goes away till I do it again. I can tell you it hurts worse than any toe stubbing I have ever done. Can anyone please help me figure what has happened to my foot?View Thread
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