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You mentioned that you have a broken sesamoid bone?
If so what are your symptoms?
okay. Is movement of big toe limited?
As you have tried the medications and shots the only option can be surgery.
Bone removal surgery can help to remove the broken bone.
When a sesamoid bone is broken , surgery may be done to remove the broken pieces. To remove the sesamoid on the inside edge of the foot, an incision is made along the side of the big toe. The soft tissue is separated, taking care not to damage the nerve that runs along the inside edge of the big toe.
Surgery is your best option at this point.
For Klipple trenaunay syndrome usually compression stockings along with medications and iron supplements are prescribed.
Not likely fibromyalgia or Klipple Trenaunay syndrome is not related to such pain.
Surgery to remove the sesamoid bone.
Than you can try Endovenous thermal ablation.
You have two seperate issues in both legs.
No side effect but after bone graft surgery Patients usually wear a cast for up to four weeks. Then they wear a short walking cast for another two months, at which time active exercises can start.
No not likely as in this surgery they are removing the bone itself.
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