I had a plaster cast on Saturday. On Monday, I went to work with a crutch (canteen chef) and found my foot swollen when I came home. There was no swelling two days ago! What's going on?
That is to say, after the injury is fixed with plaster, the local microcirculation is not good. In this case, it is generally considered that the affected limb needs to be raised now. This can not stand for a long time or the lower limb droops for too long, so the blood will be blocked at the end of the limb, so the limb swelling will be obvious
Fell and sprained his foot. In this case, we should rule out the fracture, because if there is no fracture, there should be a ligament injury of a soft tissue, so the early stage will lead to edema. After the injury, we should use cold compress. Ice compress will be better. I suggest you wrap it with elastic bandage.
According to your description, it is likely to be the foot edema caused by back and forth activities after work. It is suggested that you can raise the affected limb, apply hot compress to the swollen part to alleviate the symptoms, and take some anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs for treatment.