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Stabbing pain below the sole of the feet, while resting it increases, no uric acid in the blood - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi doc
Doctor :   is it under the sole or over the foot
User :   doctor my wife is having terribl pain in her feets
User :   under the sole
Doctor :   Since how long she has this problem?
Doctor :   Does it increase with walking or standing
User :   from last 2 weeks
Doctor :   How is it? pricking or burning or stabbing type of pain
User :   no it increases when she lay down or sit on bed
Doctor :   Did she use any medicine?
Doctor :   Any injury or long distance walk?
User :   stabbing type
User :   no
User :   no
Doctor :   Let her use RELISPRAY and wear soft padded footwear
Doctor :   and see if it differs
Doctor :   Otherwise she needs an examination soon
User :   ok
User :   is there some kind of uric acid problem????
Doctor :   Not appears
Doctor :   Did she check it
Doctor :   what is the uric acid in the blood?
Doctor :   It does not appear
Doctor :   Do as I suggested
Doctor :   and let me know the progress on Monday
User :   no , someone suggested
Doctor :   I will be able to know how it goes
User :   dnt knw
Doctor :   Do you have any more questions?
User :   k doctor thanx
User :   k
User :   no thanx bye
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