I have the oddest foot pain that came out of no where two days ago. The pain in my right foot makes me limp for a few steps after getting up. The pain is mostly in the sole of my foot and it is the the worst for the first ten steps or so then disappears. It comes and goes as I'm walking so I don't think I hurt it at the gym the other day.
Me too mine has been hurting for 2 weeks its on top of my foot researched it, seems like it is Nerve Impingement(Trapped nerve) I hate limping, mornings I can just about get downstairs..dont you hate limping...
I have more ankle and shin pain than on the soles of my feet. I know Bartonella is often associated with these symptoms. I know less about Babesia, but there's a lot of overlap in the symptoms.
Mine also can be just awful, difficult to move my foot without wincing when I wake up, but then go away altogether as I start to move around. It is also made worse by the cold. (Other symptoms I have get worse in the heat, weird how different temp extremes seem to influence different symptoms.)
I am taking Cats Claw , supplement it is a natural anti biotic,also 5HTP, the last few days my feet are really hurting me , bottom of the soles, kind of irritataing /burning, top of foot seems like a trapped nerve thing, when I eat a litle Nausea , eyes are red ringed, all of it suggests Lyme ,I may have to try for a test again..is there anything helps the feet ? also ankles feel weak.
tylenol - extra strength can help food pain. my feet hurt too. i think because I am 30 to 40 lbs you know -- overweight. and over the hill! but pre-lyme never a problem. this was an early symptom even without weight gain. I test negative for babs.
I have this too, it hurts when I put pressure on the ball of the foot. It goes away after several steps. Foot doctor told me it was a pinched nerve, so that could be it. Mine comes and goes, but was much worse when I was hiking.
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