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Re: [IP] Pain in my foot



My PCP has look at them and just told me I needed to make an appointment
with a podiatrist.  The pain is mostly on the bottoms, not really totally
around the sock area. Just a burning sensation would probably be a better
explanation of it.

----- Original Message -----
From: "jhughey" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:58 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Pain in my foot


> >>>For a few months now I have been having just an all-over pain in my
feet.
> At first thought it was shoes, but no matter what I wear they hurt. In the
> morning they feel ok, but as the day goes on the pain gets worse. I don't
do
> a lot of walking (lately).  Is this symtoms of neoropathy?>>>
>
> It certainly could be. I used to take naps to escape the pain. It did seem
> to get worse as the day wore on. Does your endo regularly check your feet.
A
> few years ago a thread went through IP about sitting with your socks off
> before the dr came into the room, which would force him/her to check them.
I
> was told if the pain is equal, like where socks cover (knee socks in my
> case) it's a sure sign of neuropathy.
>
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