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30 year old having severe pain in the heels. Due to exercise?

Dear Sir, I am a male of 30 yrs old. From last two months I m felling pain in my both foot heal area. The pain is not unbearable but becomes bit more in the morning when i first step down from bed and also if I stand after sitting down somewhere for a couple of minutes. If I take a couple of steps, then the pain become less but still remains bit. I got this problem when I started walking exercise in the evening hrs. as I don t get enough time in the morning. Please help........
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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This condition is called planter fasciitis and this happens due to inflammation of the heel . I would suggest you to use good quality sports shoes. Also do hot water fomentation twice daily.I would also like to advice you to avoid walking on hard surfaces. This pain will go slowly.
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