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Foot Pain

Hi, I am a college freshman, and have been at school for about a month. I wear about 2 yr old nike tennis shoes when I walk to class, and after about the first week of school i got a pain throughout the ball of the foot and what felt like the bone of my big toe. It wasn't extremely painful, but sort of sore and tight feeling. However, it did not stop me from my day to day activities and I didn't really notice it until the end of the day when I was going to bed. I thought it would eventually just go away, but after about a month of that, it increased to shooting pain throughout the ball of my foot and big toe all day, and extremely painful when I walked. Even when I was just sitting or laying down it was still very painful. It has also moved from the ball of my foot to throughout the top and sometimes arch of my foot. It is very, very painful, and I have no idea what is wrong, and it is only in my right foot. The pain is constant, and whenever I walk I now walk on the side of my foot in an attempt to relieve some of the pain. If anyone has any idea what I could do to help relieve some of this pain, or what I might be experiencing, I would greatly appreciate some advice/tips!!!!
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