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Why are both my feet sore like the heels are turning under?

Why are both my feet sore like the heels are turning under?

Plantar fasciitis: Most pain in heels are due to overuse and strain of the plantar fascia. Make sure that your heels on your shoes are not worn to the side. Do stretching before you get up and apply warm compresses to area. ...Read more

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I've noticed that the heel of my feet are turning the color of my skin tone. I am dark brown. And I have a sore that looks like a callous that has a h?

I've noticed that the heel of my feet are turning the color of my skin tone. I am dark brown. And I have a sore that looks like a callous that has a h?

Foreign body: If the callosity is coming to a head, you have a foreign body that is being extruded. If the "callus" id painful and on the sole, it would be a plantar wart. This needs careful removal of all the thick dead skin until you can see tipping dot in the middle. While the core is exposed let a dermatologist freeze it with liquid N2. Not concerned about the pigmentation. Brown is beautiful!! ...Read more

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Sore sole of feet at heel?

Sore sole of feet at heel?

First few steps hurt: You may have what's called an acute plantar fasciitis or possibly a heel spur do not walk barefooted, wear shoes with a heel use ice and if pain continues see a podiatrist who will take x-rays and advise you further. ...Read more

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Very sore heels on both feet. Especially in themornings.?

Very sore heels on both feet. Especially in themornings.?

Heel pain: Sounds like you may have bilateral heel spurs or plantar fasciitis. If the pain is more towards the heel it could be a spur. If it is more mid foot - the plantar faciitis is more likely. As we sleep the tissues that create the arch of our feet contract ever slightly - first thing in the morning when we get up - there is a "springing effect that will cause pain. See your doctor for more advice. ...Read more

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What can I do about a sore heel on my foot?

What can I do about a sore heel on my foot?

See a podiatrist: It can be due to a number of things- plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinitis, bursitis, stress fracture, arthritis, or tarsal tunnel. The right diagnosis is necessary to properly address this. Unti then try some runner's stretches, making sure shoes have good arch support and cushion, and are in good repair. Over-the -counter arch supports can help as well. See a podiatrist if these do not help. ...Read more

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Very sore left heel after a spinning session. Specially when I bend down and stretch or pull my foot upwards.?

Very sore left heel after a spinning session. Specially when I bend down and stretch or pull my foot upwards.?

Plantar Fasciitis: It sounds like acute plantar fasciitis. It can occur with exercise, especially if it's a new endeavor. It can also happen with repeated stress to the foot over a long period. The thick and fibrous plantar fascia gets stressed and strained, causing inflammation and pain. Rest, ice, massage, and anti-inflammatory medicine are good starts. See a doctor if it continues for more than a week. ...Read more

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Feet and toes r burning, tingling and my heel is sore my right is heel is sore

Feet and toes r burning, tingling and my heel is sore my right is heel is sore

Right heel pain: May be a heel spur/plantar fascitiis. The burning/tingling can be secondary to a neuroma, or tarsal tunnel problem. Can also be from a more proximal issue such as a problem with your back. Lastly, a systemic condition like diabetes could be a possible cause. ...Read more

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Which is a good treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Depends: What type of problem is it. It could be plantar fasciitis or just a sore heel. See a podiatrist try using a gel heel cup. ...Read more

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I have a sore red heel on the right foot, never had this before need help..

Sore red heel: Unfortunately your description is vague. As docs we need to see things like there is a red spot, or the area at the back is red. This sounds like the entire heel is red and that opens the door to a ton of possible answers to your question. Your best recourse is to see your podiatrist who can actually see your problem and help you. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have developed a hard callious on my heel, it has slit a little. I am using bag balm and cleaning it, defoilating it, foot sore, t?

I have developed a hard callious on my heel, it has slit a little. I am using bag balm and cleaning it, defoilating it, foot sore, t?

You are doing OK: But also avoid backless shoes. Wear socks. If this persists, see podiatrist. May be a biomechanical reason why tis is happening or possibly a dermatitis of some type. ...Read more

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Hi! I've never had this problem...But my left foot on the bottom, towards the back, but not the heel, is very sore and hurts, hurts wen I press on it?

Hi! I've never had this problem...But my left foot on the bottom, towards the back, but not the heel, is very sore and hurts, hurts wen I press on it?

Achilles?: Symptoms of achilles’ tendinitis include: weakness, pain near back of foot, lack of push-off strength, instability and difficulty to walk, swelling around the area, more apparent when compared to the other. You may also have a bursa (fluid sac) at the heel cord attachment or dorsal heel spur. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What would make the soles of my feet constantly feel sore and bruised all over from toe to heel?

What would make the soles of my feet constantly feel sore and bruised all over from toe to heel?

Plantar fasciitis: Plantar fasciitis could be the cause of the problem. Try an over the counter support to see if this helps ...Read more

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Random red spot on foot - I have two, one on heel and other on front side. They are sore and hurt. Causes?

Random red spot on foot - I have two, one on heel and other on front side. They are sore and hurt. Causes?

Erythema nodosum: The most likely cause of red spots more likely on lower legs but can occur on the human foot is erythema nodosum. These are really a macular (not raised) and are firm under the skin. Consult your local dermatologist. Cortisone is helpful even cortisone injection. ...Read more

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I have planters fasciitis could the sole of the foot be sore 2 walk on not just the heel. Heel has improved but now the sole is painful?

I have planters fasciitis could the sole of the foot be sore 2 walk on not just the heel. Heel has improved but now the sole is painful?

Pain in sole: May due to altered gait. You may have been placing more weight on front of the foot to avoid pain in the heel and slowly the sole pain should subside, wear good supportive comfortable shoes. ...Read more

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Already having heel pain. Tape was stuck to my shoe and pulling foot down. New pain in sole area. Only took a few steps and removed tape. Still sore.

Already having heel pain. Tape was stuck to my shoe and pulling foot down. New pain in sole area. Only took a few steps and removed tape. Still sore.

See podiatrist: I am not sure why the tape stuck to your shoe would cause new pains. If you are having heel pains and sole pains I suggest that you see a podiatrist. Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain. Ice, heel cups and stretches can help but seeing podiatrist may give you quicker relief. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about the best treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Can you tell me about the best treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Sore: As dr kass said - is there a sore present or is the heel sore. Two divergent forms of treatment here - we need a lot more info to help ...Read more

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I've had a sore foot in the morning and anytime I step down after sitting for months. It's not my heel, but more arch and toes specifically.?

I've had a sore foot in the morning and anytime I step down after sitting for months. It's not my heel, but more arch and toes specifically.?

Plantar fasciitis: There are several things you can do on your own. But, if they don't work, you will need to go to the podiatrist for help. Stretch your calf muscle, ice your heel and arch, take an NSAID if you don't have an allergy/intolerance, wear a very good supportive shoe with a good quality otc arch support, avoid barefoot or flat shoes. ...Read more

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