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... 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)
... My pain is not a burning pain like in Morton's Neuroma . Actually I think I notice some slight swelling if i compare both feet. If i run my fingers over the ball of the left foot and then the right foot, the left foot is slightly swollen in that area. It feels like a bump, the size of a quarter. ... (5 replies)
... I have had some burning pain in the ball of my right foot for a few months. It would get really bad at work, I'm an RN and on my feet all day. ... (0 replies)

Bump inside heel
Jun 18, 2008
... I've had this bump on the inside of my left foot. ... (1 replies)
... I mean, I posted something, on the "what frustrates you most" thread regarding inconsistencies about this process.... ... (16 replies)
... Yes, ball of my feet got swellowed after alcohol injections and went away. Actually, I had not been stand or walk with barefoot for a while because it hurts. ... (3 replies)
... Foot pain begins. It is on either sometimes just my right foot, others my left foot. I also start to limp. It is VERY uncomfortable, even standing upright. ... (6 replies)
... ey are just a three inch wide elastic band that you slide over your foot and place around the it supports the arch, but it also lessens the movement of the big toe at the base of the ball of the toe. I also put in some foam pads....these were sold as callus protectors, but they look more like metatarsal pads. ... (90 replies)
... ave the same issue, in both feet. I was told by my doctor that the bunionectomy was supposed to help with the sesamoid pain as the sesamoid bones are pulled out of alignment when the bunion grows. ... (1 replies)
... n living with constant foot pain for over 6 months now. I went from having a job where I sat all day and that one was eliminated and had to take a job where I am on my feet probably 5 hours out of 8 each day. ... (1 replies)
... How many of you have had to go for a second opinion after already having surgery by one Doctor? ... (5 replies)
... Hi angel, I'm glad you found my comments helpful. Now, you have a slightly different problem than me, I have flat feet and hypermobility. Yes, all of my joints are loose. ... (14 replies)
... But nothing now.My foot also hurt on the bottom, right at the base of the ball of my foot. You could actually feel the little bump, although it felt like a huge bump on the inside. ... (44 replies)
... where I had neuromas removed from both feet and a 'bumpectomy' on my left foot. After my surgery, my left foot hurt so bad, and my big toe started moving over my second toe. It also would not touch the ground! ... (5 replies)
... I'm 3 weeks and 3 days post op on my right foot bunionectomy and I must say, since you had both feet done I'm impressed you're walking at all! I am shuffling along and I only had one foot done! ... (8 replies)
... been over 2 months since I injured my left toes by accidentally banging them into a metal object, and at this point, the main problem is my 2nd toe and the area of the ball of the foot between the first and 2nd toes. I feel tingling and discomfort when that area of the ball of my foot is pressed on. ... (9 replies)
... This is a very important element. I drove after I think 4 weeks. The problem with driving before that is I had a really hard time putting my feet down for more than just a minute or two because the blood would flow there really rapidly and throb like crazy. ... (6 replies)
... well, congrats on finding this chat board before your surgery.... ... (94 replies)

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