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... My feet hurt everyday with weight bearing. I have had bunions for as long as I can remember, and my arches are collapsed. ... (1 replies)
... For years my feet have been extremely dry, especially in the summer! ... (1 replies)
... No he didn't say what happened, but he was concerned because there is a red mark on the bottom of my foot right where the bone is.Must be from the weight pressing the bone on the floor? ... (6 replies)

... it did also burn. It's calmed down since. That's what made me think of the neurological aspect. ... (2 replies)
Yellowing Feet
Nov 8, 2008
... I frequently get a near total yellowing on the bottom of my feet in cold weather as well as when very warm they become a darker red any idea what causes this, in normal temperatures they are more or less normal, I do know I get swollen veins in feet due to blood pressure but take px for that but this does not appear associated ps just in case I don't overdue Beta... (0 replies)
... weeks. My feet started to hurt a lot so I stopped testing them after several days but the arches became very painful and I could not even walk anymore. ... (2 replies)
... Two years ago, I noticed a lump on the top of my ankle right where you would tie your shoes. ... (3 replies)
... week mark once i started wearing regular shoes is when my foot went to hell. As the rest of the foot deflated the bunion areas remained hard and swollen. It looked 5x worse in size then my foot looked prior to surgery. ... (4 replies)
... cysts in the bone. Contributing issues are that I have a long first metatarsal and my joint is elevated. Much of the pain also comes from my sesamoids. ... (3 replies)
... Please forgive me for intruding on your pain and agony with this story, but by my sharing my ordeal it may empower you with some sort of information you may or may not find useful. ... (31 replies)
... ave brought over. I also have stairs to the bedroom, thankfully just two, and my sweetie installed a rail, so I used that with one crutch. Use the Rolleraid to get to stairs, just plop it down, and try to land on it when I get to the bottom. VERY CAREFULLY. ... (6 replies)
... there were so many of them! ... (11 replies)
... i told many doctors about, none of them said it was anything to worry about. ... (0 replies)
... It's also very red and feels hot quite often. Acutally, both of my feet and hands have that redness and heat. I don't have any feeling on the bottom near some of my toes, and I get the most terrible pain in them. Also, I have very large lumps on my ankles that feel hard. Any clues at all? ... (1 replies)
... If there is edema, that is the equivalent of a stress reaction or stress fracture. I know people that had pain with those for years and had to have them removed or never had relief until the bones "died". ... (5 replies)
... My apologies for the length of this, but I feel a full account of my situation is warranted to hope for the best advice. I have been a runner, cyclist, soccer player, and beach volleyball player for the entirety of my life. ... (5 replies)
... t's only the last 2 days that I could scrunch up a towel with my toes or pick up marbles with them. So I would think that any stress injury is possible. I kind of would guess more soft tissue on a hunch but it could be either or it could be something else. ... (65 replies)
... So most of us had to get creative trying to keep our feet dry while taking showers. ... (21 replies)
Waffle Heel????
Nov 12, 2005
... I know this sounds wierd, but I have never had foot problems, I modeled shoes and I have a healthy arch and have recently lost 10 pounds. I went to get a pedicure just yesterday, and my feet were all red on the bottom. ... (1 replies)
... able to get out. ... (22 replies)

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