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Pain in arch of foot!

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by Unregistered, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. Unregistered

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    Hi I am new here but I have had an on going left foot problem for nearly four years. I have not been in good health all my life and have an undiagnosed illness.
    I am being treated at the moment but would like another opinion. I had a joint fused in my foot a year and 8 months ago. But as you might gather still having problems with same foot First I can't move my toes in my left foot, though can feel them being moved by someone. I am still waiting for this to be sorted. The other problem is I keep getting pain in the arch of my foot whether I have walked on it or not. I have been told this could be plantar fascilitis but am wondering if it is because it says pain first thing in morning and after periods of use where as mine comes on even if sitting and feels like it is being compressed when I have insoles in. I also don't have heel pain.
    Plus I would like to add I have poor circulation and one of my nerves was slightly cut too big toe when I had op on top of foot. Foot swells and have problems wearing shoes. Though don't like having bare feet because I get foot cramps and big toe twitches. Any help would be great! Thanks!
     
  2. FootDoc

    FootDoc New Member

    Please understand that treatment recommendations require knowledge of the diagnosis and forum are not venues which lend themselves to the making of diagnoses, as almost none of the essential tools are available. You seem to have multiple complaints, each possibly associated with a different diagnosis. Sites such as this are for general information purposes and are not intended to offer the help you seem to believe can be garnered. One to one hands-on interaction with a skilled doctor would be the only reasonable course.
     
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