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... rays, all of which have come to no conclusion. Everything seems to be fine, except for the fact that my feet are always hurting. ... (35 replies)
... irritating materials against your feet, including shoes that fit well and breathe. They also suggest avoiding activities that irritate the condition, like standing or sitting for long periods of time... ... (4 replies)
... ead of it. Removed the nerve block as directed after 3 days but didn't notice a difference in pain. It does not hurt to remove it. Get a wedge that supports both feet it's more comfortable then just 1. ... (4 replies)

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... ead of it. Removed the nerve block as directed after 3 days but didn't notice a difference in pain. It does not hurt to remove it. Get a wedge that supports both feet it's more comfortable then just 1. ... (4 replies)
... s my problem with a foot and ankle doctor. I was signed off for six weeks and out in a boot for four followed by PT. Still had a problem with slight pain after standing for 4 hours. So my doctor said he thought I had a cyst which had not shown up on the MRI done six weeks earlier. He advised surgery. ... (9 replies)
... to rub on my ankle after I take the patch off. The patch helped me somewhat...like when I was having the moments when somebody kindled the fire that was already burning in my leg. To wear it all day though just wasn't comfortable and it hurt to take it off! Go figure! I do get the electrical shocks going through my leg. ... (13 replies)
... I had my feet rewrapped at this point and dressings were wrapped in between my big toe and second toe...that part didn't hurt...it was just alittle sore. ... (14 replies)
... I am on my feet alot.. I walk alot for work..and I do alot while off work. I am not a sit down type person.. sometimes.. but more often not. ... (2 replies)


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