Well im off anti-depressants now and rarely outside as work from home and doing lots of DIY
However i went out today with my new nike boots on and i could feel them getting sorer pretty fast, luckily the pain goes away when sitt..."
Well i was on anti-depressants for about 6-9 months
and they were not to bad
i have been off them now for about 3 months and i think my feet are not as bad as before, though i just refuse to stand to long anywhere now, i have..."
I have the same problem, mine started when I was 26. I was pretty active living in New York City, biking, running, walking and working, now I have desk job so I can sit all day, but going out and standing at concerts, lines or going shopping *****. I can only last about 30 minutes standing before my feet start hurting. I have tried, fasting, vitamins, massage, etc... nothiing works and as I get older, 31, it seems to get worse... Have you found anything that helps you beside staying off your feet?
Sounds as if several of the commenters may have a small fiber neuropathy. I am a physician in Boston, USA who has been trying to figure out what is going on with my wife's bilateral foot pain. All tests and lab work was negative. After nearly two yrs we are confused as she only has pain when standing (which is unlike typical neuropathic pain). I'm interested in knowing an update.
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