I'm a 21 yr old male. No diabetes. A bit inactive but within normal BMI.
I've been suffering from a dull-aching pain in my left foot for 6 months. I have partial pes planus in my left foot. I had been wearing an uncomfortable unpadded pair of shoes by the time I got this situation. X-ray on foot is unremarkable. Pain is there when the foot touch a surface. When it's off, there's no pain.
2 months ago, a new symptom came up. It's a feeling as if the foot is vibrating. Not tingling, not electrical, and not throbbing (i.e. not synchronous with pulse). It's there most of the time that I keep moving my foot and switching positions.
I've tried applying ice packs daily. Have been doing this for a month or a bit more, but there's no effect.
I have recently started having this vibration in my left foot. I started jogging a couple of months ago and didn't have any foot trouble before this started. I do have a bad left knee, from when I was a teenager. Once in a while my left knee acts up where it feels like its swollen inside on the back side of the knee. I also have a bad lower back and hips from a bad car accident. Once in a while I will experience tingling in my hands and lips. I am not sure what is causing this. I told my fiance about it and he said it probably from the jogging. I do not think that is it. I do not know if its neruological or not, but I would like some answers. We all have things that happen to us that we cannot explain, but this is really annoying.
If anyone finds out anything from their doctor's please post it, so we could hopefully have some answers.
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