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Bunion

A bump or swelling on the joint of the big toe.

A bunion is a painful enlargement caused by swelling of the big toe joint. In some cases, surgery may be required to correct severe bunions.

You may have a bunion if you have:

  • Pain of your big toe joint, which may make walking difficult
  • Redness and swelling of your big toe joint
  • A callus underneath your big toe joint
  • Pain or decreased motion of your big toe

Heredity, poorly fitting shoes, and abnormal motion of the feet are some major causes of bunions. Shoes that are too narrow may cause the bunion to worsen. Arthritis can also be a factor.

  • Wear insoles and well-fitting shoes to help slow down the progression of bunions and alleviate discomfort. Cushioning can also help alleviate discomfort
  • Consider wearing shoes with a wide toe box so they don't crowd your toes
  • Children can also develop bunions and should wear properly fitting shoes as their feet are still developing

Not medical advice, see a doctor if problems persist.

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