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A 36-year-old member asked:

is it possible for a plantar wart be hitting my nerve in my foot?

4 doctor answers7 doctors weighed in
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry 28 years experience
Highly unlikely: Warts do hurt, so pain can be caused by a wart and if under a weight bearing surface this can be increased.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Podiatry 41 years experience
Yes: It is more likely that the nerve is being hit between the pressure of the bone and the nerve.
Dr. Alan Ettinger
Podiatry 49 years experience
Yes and no: The wart has a blood and nerve supply.Tha is why it is painful.
Dr. Libby Putnam
Podiatry 12 years experience
Probably not. : But they can be very painful because of callus tissue build up, especially if they're on your heel or under the ball of your foot where you bear most of your weight.

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A 31-year-old member asked:

What causes severe pain in the sole of your foot?

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry 28 years experience
Usually : Plantar fascitiis, this is the road banded ligament that helps support the arch. Try applying ice and wearing an over the counter arch support. Before getting out of bed in the morning massage the heel.
A 36-year-old member asked:

What could cause me to have no reflex reactions in the soles of my feet, ankles or calves?

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Dr. Eric Lullove
Podiatry 19 years experience
Loss : Loss of automatic reflexes are usually associated with spinal cord injuries and/or severe peripheral nerve fiber loss. The fact that you have no reflex reactions is puzzlesome, and you might actually have them and not know it.
Spartanburg, SC
A 30-year-old female asked:

Everytime I stand up I have pain and burning in my left foot that starts at my 3rd toe all the way to my ankle. What can that be?

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Dr. Ronald Oberman
Podiatry 31 years experience
Nerve related: Sound like a nerve related condition: ie: neuroma, neuritis.
Dr. Ronald Galyon
Orthopedic Surgery 35 years experience
Morton's neuroma, versus other neuropathic condition. Fracture not likely.
Aug 21, 2012
A female asked:

My daughter is 14. She has double session tryouts for soccer. That equals 4 1/2 hours of soccer a day. She has horrible blisters on her feet. Her second toe has a blister under her tonail. Her tonail is off colored now. What should we do. She has two more

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Dr. Brandon Macy
Podiatry 41 years experience
Blisters under: Toenails are quite common in sports participants. If you're able to drain it, apply a topical antibiotic and wrap it in a band aid, that's about the best you can do short term. You might want to check on the size of the soccer boots. If too small, they can be making things worse. Also, i hope the coach/trainer has them wearing running shoes for the pure running workouts.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry 28 years experience
She might try wearing two pair of socks on each foot and see if that helps. This was something I was taught back in high school by my coach and it worked for me. ( to prevent the blisters, not treat them.)
Aug 16, 2012
Palo Alto, CA
A 44-year-old male asked:

My right ankle is a little pain after running for 30 minutes. Should I stop running for a while?

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Dr. Ryan Stanton
Emergency Medicine 18 years experience
Maybe...: We suggest rest, ice, elevation, compression and NSAID of choice. You don't necessarily have to stop, but you may need to back off some. If it worsens, you may have to stop and get it checked out.

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