Hello, all. :)This is my first time posting, and I'm almost to the point of exhaustion over this particular problem of mine. I'm open to any suggestions, as I've looked over several questions others have asked and the advice given seems well spot on to me. My pain: the scourge of my daily life is something I have been dealing with for the last several years but never began to take it as serious as I have began to lately. My big toe on my right leg not only causes me pain and discomfort, but it has escalated to the point of driving me absolutely nuts. It literally, compulsively forces to me adjust and crack it just about every other few second, (60-70% of the time more often than that) causing me to think it may just drive me mad. I have not experienced any sort of trauma to my right foot, or right leg either for that matter, excluding a few stubbed toes throughout the years. I mean, its so bad that it has greatly decreased my quality of life, if not even left left me feeling a bit subjugated by it. :( I'm a 25 year old male, I've never played any type of sports, though I do exercise several days a week. Just even this little bit of typing so far into my question has already taken close to 35 minutes, because of the constant cracking of my big toe, and without being bothered by this problem, this would have taken no more than 10-15 minutes tops to think up what I wanted to say and type it out. My big toe doesn't even have to move hardly at all before it releases an extremely audible crack, or even double, triple cracks, accompanied by tremendous pain. And the exact thing happens a second later. And a second later. And so on. I could literally pop it an infinite amount of times in a row, completely out of nowhere. Thats why I say, guys, I'm almost in complete exhaustion by this. The only thing I take for the pain is Advil 800, and it just doesn't effect it at all. The only other medications I am prescribed are Lisinopril and Atenolol for my Blood pressure and Xanax occasionally in the case of a Panic attack. Ahhh, I don't know! :confused: I just feel on the end of my rope dealing with this problem. Would anyone of the community who may have an idea whats going on, or simply just your opinions send me a few messages back? You don't know how much it would mean to me. Thank you very much, and of course, any other questions you may have for ME, regarding the subject I'll very happily answer. Thanks, everyone again, and I'm hoping for the best.
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