About Me: Male, 67, Port Charlotte, FL, member since Feb 2013
This is not a good foot year for me!
About a year ago I was diagnosed with Morton's Neuroma in my left foot. 3 months ago Hallux Rigidus in my right big toe and hallux li
[More]mitus in my left big toe. Now, shortly after that doctor visit, the soles of both feet hurt all the time!
It's more limiting for my life, than the other problems! I hate to walk at all. Shoes on, shoes off, tried sandals, tried gel soles, tried expensive sneakers etc-no change?
They burn somewhat, feel like there are sores and or blisters on them, but nothing is there!
They do not feel hot to the touch, nor does touching or applying pressure anywhere seem to change anything?
What on Earth have I got now?
I am a 64 year old man [ or at least I used to be a man, I feel more like an old, old lady now! ]
Help would sure be appreciated. The doctor had the same answer for the 1st 2 ailments-SURGERY. I was trying to just live with the Morton's Neuroma and Hallux Rigidus and hallux limitus. But this pain-both feet equally painful, including the bottoms of my toes!
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