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... i agree with Aussie. Nerve injury from wearing tight shoes once? ... (38 replies)
... There is Lidocaine. Recommended not to use heat with it! Just a heads up about heat. I first thought I wore the wrong shoes or for too long and that I was thinking too much about my symptoms. Now years later I am suffering enough to give myself permission to get help. ... (38 replies)
... ave me, the heat, and the massage that it may be a tiny bit better. I am still really worried about this. All of this started the exact night that I wore those tight shoes. I never had any symptoms like this before I wore those shoes that night. ... (38 replies)

... About 2 weeks ago I attended an event wear I wore prepregnancy shoes that I knew were a bit snug but they didn't hurt. I wore these shoes for 4 hours in which I did a lot of standing. When I got home that night, I noticed some numbness and tingling feelings in my feet. ... (38 replies)
... wearing shoes that were too tight. He said that that is pretty much probably the cause of my PN. ... (38 replies)
... Could physical therapy undo damage from wearing too tight of shoes? ... (38 replies)
... You need to see a really good chiropractor. Sometimes it takes visiting a few chiros to find a good one. I have had tingling in my feet from wearing tight shoes and it is finally starting to go away after seeing a good chiropractor. ... (2 replies)
... to feel numbness and tingling as if I had been sitting too long or had been riding a bike. This progressed down my legs to my feet, sometimes it feels like I am wearing really tight shoes I get shooting pains down my legs or my toes are curling up by themselves even though I am looking right at them and they are not moving. ... (1 replies)
... The Skin Biopsy is usually THE test for SFN, which was the obvious choice because of your symptoms, so your doctor seems to know about this stuff. Assuming that you have done all the other tests, MRI, EMG, NCV, blood work, etc., to rule out some other cause(if not you should have them), and all of them were negative too, I have to tell you that up to 40% of all neuropathic... (1 replies)
... Over 3 years ago, I took Levaquin and Celebrex for 4 days and then stopped (against my doctor's advice) because I started experiencing burning in my extremities. After a few weeks it went away, except in the bottom of my feet, and it still hasn't improved. My neurologist suspects I have small fiber neuropathy, although she's run every test she can think of including a skin... (1 replies)
... g, we don't really use the brace because it is hard to put on and keeps you inactive. We use a high top tennis shoe, like basket ball players wear. We keep the shoes laced up pretty tight and yes, we keep them on the patients even when they are in bed asleep. ... (1 replies)
... g to and from that interview. I left the interview and just wanted to make it home in one piece and sleep. I was that exhausted. Personally, I think I will be wearing sneakers until I find shoes I can wear. ... (83 replies)
... five minutes from my home. This cold weather is really affecting my legs. I wear long johns under my dress pants but it is still not enough. I will also start wearing tights under the long johns. Have to probably buy larger pants so I can layer heavily. ... (10 replies)
... So good to hear from you, and I'm glad you're enjoying your summer. This summer is great for me to, since this year I'm not wearing an AFO as well. As for the SAFO's and AFO's, and all such things, they are great when you need them, but I'd rather not need them at all. ... (42 replies)




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