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what coudl be my problem??

By April 30, 2011 - 1:46pm
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i have had so much pain in my feet and i haven't found any doctor that can figure out what the cause is but all i know is that it has been hard to sleep at night.....the pain comes and goes, and even if i stay off my feet, because it hurts to walk, i still have a burning pain in my feet, i cried all the night n went to the hospital but to them my feet didn't show no signs of a reason for me to be in pain....can anyone help me out??

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I am so sorry you are experiencing this much pain. Can you provide us with more information, and we can help you with researching possible screening or diagnostic tests, treatment options or other resources.

- What doctor(s) have you talked to about the pain in your feet?
- What diagnosed medical condition(s) do you have, if any?
- What tests have been conducted (either blood tests, physical exams, etc)?

Also, can you describe your symptoms in more detail? Can you describe the pain that comes-and-goes? For examples:
- What triggers the pain (food, exercise, sleep, time of day, certain activities, footwear, etc).
- What remedies or treatments have you already tried (change in footwear, weight loss, supplements, pain relievers, dietary changes)
- Is the pain felt anyplace specific in your skin, muscles, bones, ligaments? Is it on the ball of your foot, heel or elsewhere?
- Is the pain throbbing, aching, stabbing, sharp, dull?

Sorry for the litany of questions...we want to make sure we have as much information as possible (and, it might help you to write down this information as a "symptom journal" if you are not previously).

May 1, 2011 - 1:49pm
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