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Bulldog Sore Foot
I have been given Endep for my sore foot. Dr tells me pain coming from back. How long before pain goes away?
Started on10mg of endep last night for my sore foot. increase to 25mg in a few days. Feel so drowsy and nauseous, will this go away or do i give up?
I'm told sore foot and toes are from pinched nerve in back. Should l get second opinion from podiatrist. Would podiastrist be able to help problems?
Evaluation.: There is a host of conditions that can be responsible for both sore toes and sore feet. A pinched nerve would not be at the top of the list, but it is certainly a consideration. A more complete history and assessment are needed to isolate the true problem. if the symptoms are indeed due to a back problem, most specialists should be able to make the call. ...Read more
Is there hope for my sore foot? I have small fibre neuropathy and a trapped nerve in back. Which 1 causing pain.On endep
Need more info: There is hope. You need to see a neurologist and an orthopedic surgeon. A through exam by these two medical specialists will delineate the source of your problem Your complaint is not uncommon. ...Read more
Sure, but...: Anxiety can cause pain in any part of the body. Depression also can cause pain anywhere. Of course, lots of other disorders can cause pain. Therefore, one's primary care doctor and a Podiatrist, Rheumatologist, or Orthopedic doctor can evaluate to see what the cause or causes of the foot pain could be. Normal activities such as walking or running can also cause foot pain. It's a common symptom. ...Read more
Is back surgery for a trapped nerve dangerous. Will my foot pain go away. I have a chronic damaged s1and s2 nerve. Foot hurts when standing?
Back surgery: There is risk with all surgery and certainly true when surgery is performed near your spinal nerves. The decision to move forward with surgery should only come after extensive discussion with your neurosurgeon, clearly outlining risks versus potential benefits. When the risk not having surgery becomes greater than risk of the surgery itself, it is time to move forward. ...Read more
I am experiencing heel pain, foot weakness and foot pain, especially in my instep i dont have gout or uric aci, normally pain in the morning.
For the past 10 months I have dealt with tons of leg/foot pain, twitches and cramps. Drs can't figure it out. I have anxiety from it. Very hard to live daily life. Taking magnesium. I get a pinching in the back of my calf when I walk. Fatigued easily?
NEED FOR CUSHION!: Most shoes aren't always what is bad, usually it's the crummy insoles they come with! there are many possibe reasons that you may have callouses on the foot, but try cushioning arch supports like spenco polysorb cross-trainers(http://www.Spenco.Com/products/footcare/poly-sorb). If these don't help, see a podiatrist. ...Read more
See below: It would be best to know the location of the pain. Most times pain of the foot from driving is due to holding the foot in one position so the muscles cramp. Sometimes tihe back of the heel hurts where it hits the floor. Try to rotate and stretch your foot occassionally. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ulceration: There are many reasons for wounds on the feet. They can be related to pressure, vascular, diabetes, skin cancers, other skin disorders, and many more. It is important to have these evaluated by a qualified foot and ankle specialist or wound care clinic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Foot soreness : There are many possibilities it depends on where its sore. I would see a podiatrist. Gout , infection, fracture, tendonitis, bunion, hammertoe, neuromas, ganglions, stress fractures, ingrowns, tailors bunions, heel spurs , plantar fascitis, arthritis most common problems that cause sore and tender foot. ...Read more