Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of the sesamoid bones, which are small bones located near the base of the big toe.
Sesamoiditis is most commonly caused by an injury to the joint surface of the sesamoid bones.
The most common cause of sesamoiditis is overuse or trauma to the joint.
Sesamoiditis can also occur as a result of infection or inflammation of the joint capsule around the sesamoid bones.
If the pain is chronic and has been bothering you for some time. You should see a podiatrist who will be able to provide you with a diagnosis and a treatment to relieve your pain and ensure that it does not return.