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It's probably gout, which can inflame any of the dozens of tiny bones in your foot (or any joint for that matter). A foot doctor will probably want to sample the fluid in you foot to see if the crystals are forming there. They will stick a 6-8 inch needle in the bottom of your foot to draw a sample. It will hurt.
Get the doc to prescribe some colchicine to end the episode. Also take some anti-inflammatory such as ibuprofen. It will take a few days.
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