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I started to get heel pain in my left heel about two weeks ago. I have worn orthotics' for 20 years due to high arches. I do a lot of walking outside or on a treadmill. I am 71 years old. The pain ...

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pins and needles upon walking both heels. Relief upon rest. Fingertip sensitivity all ten. Third day into recovery of a virus. High fever over 104. Took ammoxacillin but stopped it due to body rash ...

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Hello, I have had pain in my left heel for a month or so now, and for the past week I have also ..., etc., for a quarter of a century; am fairly high functioning again thanks to good old neuroplasticity ...

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what is the problem if the bottom of my feet fill like I am walking on water blisters? ...

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the ankle and heel on my left foot only. Both feet have small brown circular dry like spots, some very tiny ... and walk my dogs occassionally. I do not eat well. I forget to eat and if I make a meal for someone else ...

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today while walking to my car I rolled my foot/ankle outward, I was wearing Dansko shoes which have about a 2 inch heel, immediatly my foot hurt not my ankle but my foot, lateral side about half way down ...

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I was walking behind my girlfriend if she was walking up the stairs and I noticed that her heel ... mild high blood pressure control with meds otherwise healthy ...

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Hi have a terrible pain in the heel and ankle. Came on overnight. I can hardly walk on it. Any ideas. I am a 54 yr old male. 6 feet tall 270 pounds. I take meds for high blood pressure and potassium ...

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a high impact Zumba class, and after about a month, my left heel developed quite a bit of pain ... months, and has really been crimping my ability to walk w/o pain. Today, a friend suggested that plantar ...

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I get slight pain in the left heel of my left leg while I go for my morning walk since a year. x ... walking shoes with about 1-1/2 inches high and use ETOVA 400 if necessary when pain is more. No problem ...

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& heel), and as a result can hardly walk. She took a renal sonogram & we will find the results tomorrow ... of a sudden her left food swelled up so much that she can hardly walk. Her uric acid level was measured ...

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I did a stupid thing and jumped off of a rock that was about 9 feet high while at the beach ... a difference. I landed square on my feet and both hurt almost immediately. I noticed the pain in the heels ...

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Hi, I have a real bad pain in the back of my heel. It hurts really bad when I first get up and start walking. If I keep walking I can walk it off. If I sit down the pain comes back. This has been ...

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The inside of the back of my heels hurt to walk and stand. After walking for a while the pain goes away. The pain increases when I lay down and them try to walk again. They are tender to the touch ...

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it but when he walks on his heel he can feel it. He says it hurts to walk on it. What could it be? ...My boyfriend was walking around in the bed room bear foot and he said he has something stuck in his ...

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doctor1 MD

There can be many reasons,like Poorly fitting foot wear High heels Long duration of walking and/or standing. Look into these and take multivitamin supplements. Give your legs some warm water dip for a while after a long days work.

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The two are related. Your blood sugar being high or out of normal range would prevent your wound from healing. You need to get to your doctor and have the doadges of your anti diabetic meds changed. Sometimes your doctor will put you on insulin for a short time until the wound heals up as it gives slightly better sugar control in the short term.

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if you are wearing high heel slippers, that will be the cause of your pain. it has got nothing to do with drinking water. do regular walking with sport shoes. this will lead to cramps in calf muscles too. consult orthopaedician for the right treatment