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fifteen year old's foot numbness and pain?

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,670
Hi, i don't really know where to post this because i am new to all of this but starting yesterday i realized i couldn't walk right. my left foot is numb and as a bubble on the inside of the foot where the arch is. it is not a bubble like from a shoe though, it is more just swollen. there is also pain in it that travels up to the leg.. should i go see a doctor or will it go away?

Much thanks!


  • Do I understand that you are only fifteen years old? If this is true, you need to talk to your parents and have them take you to a doctor. This forums is great for support and sharing what we find out from our physicains/surgeons, but it is not where you should be right now. You could get permanent damage from waiting too long to seek medical help. PLEASE talk to an adult.
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