From how long you have this symptom?
Is pain present in both foot?
Any history of injury?
The complaints you have described can be due to acute arthritis or Acute gouty arthritis.Acute gouty arthritis is a sudden attack of pain in the joints, especially in the feet and legs, that occur when uric acid builds up in the joints.
Take tab.Ibuprofen 400mg twice daily.
You need consultation of orhopaedics doctor.
Hope this helped
Firstly I am sorry for the delay in answer.
The symptoms you have described now indicates more clearly towards diagnosis of gouty arthritis.Gout is caused by an overproduction of uric acid or a reduced ability of the kidney to get rid of uric acid. The exact cause is unknown.The big toe & ankle joints are most often affected.
The attacks of painful joints may subside in several days, but may recur at irregular intervals.The most reliable test for gout is finding uric acid crystals in the joint fluid obtained by joint aspiration (arthrocentesis). Arthrocentesis is a common office procedure performed under local anesthesia.
Since purine chemicals are converted by the body into uric acid, purine rich foods are avoided such as shellfish and organ meats, such as liver, brains, kidneys, and sweetbreads.