The soles of my feet hurt when I walk and eventually leads to pain up to my thighs. What's wrong?

Sciatica. The nerves in our lower extremity travel from our back where the divide and go down each limb. If your feet hurt your thighs may be symptomatic as well.

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The inner side of both my feet hurt really bad whenever I walk. It feels like a bone is sticking out (not my ankle but lower down on the foot). Help?

Sounds like you . Hyperpronate and that your navicular is protruding. You may have an accessory navicular. Try wearing orthotics. Read more...
Hyperpronation? Either plantar fasciitis or pes planus(flat feet) can certainly cause significant discomfort as well as wearing very high-heeled shoes that are constrictive while standing for long periods of time. For now, Tenis shoes are best or a low heel and not narrow pointed toes. Please follow up with your PCP for a podiatry,sports medicine , or orothopedics referral. Read more...
Sounds like. Sounds like you have flat feet with severely collapsed arches. This can cause the pain you're describing. Also the bone sticking out is probably your navicular bone. I recommend you get an evaluation by a local Podiatrist. Physical therapy is in order and you have to get and wear custom orthotics. Read more...