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Is it normal for my feet to hurt when I get off the plane?

Is it normal for my feet to hurt when I get off the plane?

Probably Not: It is never normal for your feet to hurt. However, for the best answer it would be important to know where your feet hurt. It is possible that being in a stationary position for a long period of time can aggravate preexisting foot problems that you notice upon starting to move around. You can perform simple sitting stretches onboard - check the magazine in the seat back, they often have diagrams. ...Read more

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Is it normal that everytime i get my feet wet my knee bone hurts?

Is it normal that everytime i get my feet wet  my knee  bone hurts?

No: Pain is never normal, but specifically not normal that a joint would hurt just due to water exposure. ...Read more

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I have flat feet and new workboots with good support. First day my arches hurt, is this normal? Will my feet get used to it?

I have flat feet and new workboots with good support. First day my arches hurt, is this normal? Will my feet get used to it?

Yes you will: Wearing new shoes with good arch support too long can definitely cause pain/discomfort. I would try to break the new shoes in over a period of a week. Wear the shoes an hour or two at home, then take them off. Put the boots on later in the day. In time your arch will get used to the support. ...Read more

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Why do my feet hurt when i get up?

Why do my feet hurt when i get up?

Pain after rest: This is called post-static dyskinesia. It is associated with arthritis and other inflammations. Have it checked by a podiatrist. ...Read more

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My feet hurts a lot and get stuck?

My feet hurts a lot and get stuck?

Need examination: There can be different types of feet problems. The sticking of the toes suggests possible tendon locking. Toe pain can be related to the joints, tendons, bursas, nerve compression. Is there swelling? Have the toes been pulled in different directions? Have you had x-rays? Do you have medical problems that can also cause joint problems. We need different data to help you. ...Read more

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Occasionally i notice that my feet get kinda swollen? Is that normal at age 18?

Occasionally i notice that my feet get kinda swollen? Is that normal at age 18?

Family practice : It's not normal to have your feet swell. Especially at a young age. Couldn't tell you if it is significant however. See your dr if it worsens or persists. ...Read more

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I get hard spot under my feet and it hurts when o were my hills?

I get hard spot under my feet and it hurts when o were my hills?

May be callus: Many things can cause calluses. Some reasons that one may develop a callus include: viral infections (warts), friction, pressure, repedetive trauma, and a limitation of joint motion. Some genetic conditions may also cause people to develop calluses on the hands and the feet. Treatment depends on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Why do bottom of my feet hurt after i get up in the morning or sitting?

Why do bottom of my feet hurt after i get up in the morning or sitting?

Multiple things...: You will need a physical exam to be sure. However, it sounds like you may have plantar fasciitis which is inflammation or iiritation of your plantar fascia. After sitting for a while or after a long sleep, this gets tighter, so it hurts more when you first get up. Get assessed, but until then, put a golf ball in the freezer and when it is hurting, massage bottom of foot with it unless neuropathic. ...Read more

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When I sit down and I get up to walk my feet hurts can't walk what can I do?

When I sit down and I get up to walk my feet hurts can't walk what can I do?

Plantar fasciitis or: Pain upon standing could be signs of plantar fasciitis or arthritis. An x-ray and examination would be of great value. See your podiatrist. ...Read more

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