Stone Bruise Symptoms?

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A stone bruise is also known as metatarsalgia. It is a pain in the foot in the ball area, often by the big toe, but it can be across the whole foot. It can cause a sharp pain in your foot, but it can also cause numbness. It often feels as if you are walking on stones, even with shoes on. The pain often increases if you flex your foot, but lessens when you rest it.
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