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Pain on the outer side of the foot with accompanying symptoms of swelling and bruising can indicate a fracture of the metatarsal bone, according to WebMD. Additional causes of pain on the side of the foot include nerve d... More »

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While many things can cause pain to the side bone of the foot, one of the most common causes are stress fractures that occur with a small break in a foot bone, according to Foot-Pain-Explored.com. These breaks usually oc... More »

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Information about treatment for pain on the side of the foot is available from WebMD, MedicineNet and Healthline. Pain on the edge or side of the foot is often caused by a fracture, explains WebMD. More »

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