Hmm, no not have not been resting as i am very busy at work.
It’s a dull ache at night, I don’t notice it the rest of the time that’s why I have ignored it.
It has not bruised either- not sure if that’s a good or a bad sign?
General guidelines say:
-within 2 weeks a minor sprain will start to feel better.
-ankle breaks = constant dull ache
-ankle sprains = sharp pain with certain movement
Have you been resting it? Is there bruising? When did the bruising come out?
I think it would be worth an x-ray (I have become a bit of an expert in ankle sprains/break over the…[Read more]
So a quick question, could my ankle be broken?
I managed to drop my foot ankle deep into a rabbit hole amongst rocks and twisted as I tried to remove it.
This happened over 2 weeks ago, my ankle is still swollen-not hugely but it’s there, the area is tender but not painful. I can wear walking boots, run on it etc (I hurt my knee too and that’s…[Read more]
Yeah, binned the original shoes, now have two identical pairs of everyday shoes (walking shoes Karrimor type things) so they don’t get worn on consecutive days. In an interesting side note as I knew I was going to do this I bought cheapo shoes (own brand rather than Merrill) at half the price and have noticed 0 difference in performance! Well…[Read more]
Wrap your infected toe (or even your whole foot if you wish to be thorough) in a heavy duty duct tape then remove the infected skin by simply peeling it all off. If that fails then you may wish to try an extra coarse grade sandpaper or even an industrial blow torch in extreme cases of infection… 😉
Hope this helps!
I get really bad athlete’s foot from my running shoes. Get yourself to the chemist and ask them for the strongest stuff you can have. Don’t bother with the standard supermarket brands such as Scholl which is useless!
Buy a tube of Canestan but get the thrush variety as it has 2% clotrimazole rather than 1% in the athlete’s foot variety.
If you’re really badly infected, change socks every day, wash them hot, spray the insides of all your shoes with an athlete’s foot spray to kill the fungus and wash and dry your feet every day and apply the cream twice daily.…[Read more]
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