Any toe doctors around?
Woke up with intense pain at the top of my second toe on my left foot yesterday….it feels like I have hit it badly, but haven’t.
I can’t walk without limping, and the pain is worse if I try and bend it.
Dr Google tells me I have a combination of gout (although no redness or swelling), arthritis, metatarsal something…every new page I open gives me a new reason.
Until I can get to the docs, anyone experienced anything similar? I have exercised a lot this week (mix of kickboxing, circuits, cycling, gym and I did tough guy last weekend), but really don’t think I hit my toe.Posted 6 years ago
It’s either Galloping Foot Rot, or Paraka.Posted 6 years ago
(mix of kickboxing, circuits, cycling, gym and I did tough guy last weekend)
Not so tough now are you 😉Posted 6 years ago
I’m not a Toe Dr but I think you have a sore toe.Posted 6 years ago
Get it amputated, replace with a rubber one, move to Italy and start a new life as Roberto.Posted 6 years ago
Waheeeeeey!Posted 6 years ago
A tabasco enema will sort that out.
I am not a doctor.Posted 6 years ago
Hurty toe syndrome?Posted 6 years ago
You’re actually still asleep, this thread is all a dream and in reality the cat is eating your foot.Posted 6 years ago
Gout. Plenty of water, cherries and pineapple.
Or you’ve toelio.Posted 6 years ago
It’s either Galloping Foot Rot, or Paraka.
I don’t think having jizz on your face gives you a sore toe
Are we having a sweep ? SyphylisPosted 6 years ago
Teh bad cat aids for sure.Posted 6 years ago
African Rabies?Posted 6 years ago
Thanks. I have passed on your diagnosi to the doctor, he is intrigued about the range of responses.Posted 6 years ago
If it’s the worst pain you have ever experienced, and a gentle breeze wafting over your tootsie has you screaming for mummy, it’s gout.Posted 6 years ago
Drink lots of water, eat many, many cherries, and take ibrupofen.
It sounds like gout – If you can, go to the Pharmacy and get some of these…
Take then 2 at a time (50mg) not more than 3 times a day. Lay off purine rich foods and if it hasn’t subsided in a couple of days then see your GP for Allopurinol (to lower your purine levels) and either Diclofenac or Indomethacin for the pain.Posted 6 years ago
If only we had a (sharting) expert on the forum 🙁Posted 6 years ago
@scaredypants – If you think there’s a remote chance that you’re gonna draw mud then don’t fart… Simples.Posted 6 years ago
Cheers…will go to pharmacy. Still really painful.
And as for
Not so tough now are you
It was the summer one, so a piece of piss. Doesn’t really count as a tough guy.
So no. I am not tough. I’m a mincing cry baby with a poorly toe, and a self imposed alcohol break so can’t even drink the pain away 🙁Posted 6 years ago
You should check out the purine rich foods and try and avoid or eat in moderation. Black pudding and Czech/Belgium beer do it for me. I can live without Black pudding.Posted 6 years ago
Get it amputated, replace with a rubber one, move to Italy and start a new life as Roberto.
And when someone nicks your motor you can be called Roberto Carlos.Posted 6 years ago
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