My dauughter just phoned me and she told me that she had taken 2 ibuprofen tablets 400mg . She was prescribed only to take one ,but she was in pain and stupidly took two .Can this do any harm please ?...
This boy at school kicked me up the bum very hard 3 days ago, now i have a really big bruise and a footmark on my bum where i was kicked. I have alot of pain, it hurts loads. Do i have a bad injury? I...
The last week in may i noticed i was really tired and needed to sleep. But 1 nigh my body got very week and my parents rushed me to the ER. They said it could be drugs or other stuff but it wasnt ...
My ankles are sore in the morning. WHY?
for the past couple of months i wake up and for the first 5 minutes walking my ankles ache like mad then they are fine for the rest of the day. Does any one else have this prob? Additional Details for the past couple of months i wake up and for the first 5 minutes walking my ankles ache like mad then they are fine for the rest of the day. Does any one else have this prob?
I have a similar problem,
I have psyritic arthrits, for you it could just be bad circulation.
I wouldn't worry about it unless your toes start dropping off.
Means you are pregnant i think, but looks like you are a guy so i dont think this is anatomically possible
Sounds like "morning stiffness" common in arthritic conditions. Ask your pharmacist if you are suitable to take ibuprofen an hour or so before bedtime. Need to understand what may have brought it on....jogging ??...putting on weight ??
If you sleep on you front it may be that your feet are bent into a postion that is slightly unnatural! Try falling asleep on your back to see if this helps!
You could be suffering water retention.
Try raising the end of your bed (put a brick or something under each of the bottom feet). This will raise your feet above your heart & help circulation.
Give it a couple of days, if that doesn't work see your GP...just incase you have some kind of skeletal muscular problem.
Do you have wooden floors and walk barefoot in the house? I have the same problem (and heel pain too) as the house I'm currently in has marble floors. I started wearing footwear in the house, and it's really helped as bare feet alone aren't the most effective shock absorbers.
It could be Arthritis. People who suffer with Arthrits will tell you its always worse in the mornings. Your age does not matter, even babys can get it.