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sore heel

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  • Posted By: riyriy
  • July 12, 2008
  • 01:38 PM

i wake up in the morning with sore heels, then it goes away

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  • For how long have you had this? Did you have any severe infection lately? Any other symptoms?
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • i wake up in the morning with sore heels, then it goes away no infections, when i wake up, my heels feel sore then its better within a 10- mins, wierd,
    riyriy 4 Replies Flag this Response
  • no infections, when i wake up, my heels feel sore then its better within a 10- mins, wierd,, had it for maybe a week or two
    riyriy 4 Replies Flag this Response
  • You mean, you don't have it anymore?
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • no i still have it
    riyriy 4 Replies Flag this Response
  • Probably plantar fasciitis. Get some over-the-counter arch supports & wear them in lace up shoes with the thinnest socks you have. FYI this may be painful for the first two weeks, but it helped me enormously.
    aquila 1263 Replies Flag this Response
  • thanks for all the advice ill try it
    riyriy 4 Replies Flag this Response
  • If the pain is very superficial (it feels as from the skin or right under the skin) it can be a reaction to an infection (not necessary a severe one). Look if you see the slightest of swelling, like the ordinary wrinkles are not as prominent as usual. I had this condition after an infection as a part of my immune system being totally out of wack. My pain eventually became so bad I had to spend a year in a wheel-chair and had also the same symptoms in my hands. I saw 5 different doctors, who all thought I was crazy. It took 3 years to recover completely. Hopefully yours won’t be that serious, but what ever you do, try to avoid infections. Good luck!
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • Did you ever find out what was wrong with your heels?My heels have been sore now for more than 2 and half month. It gets worse when walking a lot and seems to be mostly located in the heel, just under it in fact. It hurts a lot when I walk after I have been sitting for while, but the pan gradually diminishes after walking a while to a dull by bearable throb. It almost feels like my feet have balloons attached to them - especially in the morning - and it seems if these balloons must deflate before I can walk normally. Additional symptoms are cramping in the arches of the feet, cramping in my calves and my right leg has a twitch in it just above the knee on the left side which twitches about 2-3 time a minute, a bit like a nervous tick actually, quite annoying! Another strange symptom: strange bumps around both of my heels, they seem to be part of the heel, just under the skin, not painful, just odd. Rubbing my feet with a good foot balm gives minor relief of the pain.I have gone to my GP and he says my arches need support. I have got some god arch supports which I have been wearing for about a week. My feet seem a bit better but my heels are still very sore. Last night I had some difficulty in falling asleep as my calves were aching so much. So I am going to see it out for the next week, wish me luck! Any other suggestions will be most welcome, thank you!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 15, 2009
    • 09:34 PM
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  • http://walking.about.com/cs/heelpain/a/heelpainstop.htmhttp://walking.about.com/od/medfoot/tp/heel.htmget a night splint for your calves and massage your arches.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 28, 2009
    • 04:10 PM
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  • Did you ever find out what was wrong with your heels?My heels have been sore now for more than 2 and half month. It gets worse when walking a lot and seems to be mostly located in the heel, just under it in fact. It hurts a lot when I walk after I have been sitting for while, but the pan gradually diminishes after walking a while to a dull by bearable throb. It almost feels like my feet have balloons attached to them - especially in the morning - and it seems if these balloons must deflate before I can walk normally. Additional symptoms are cramping in the arches of the feet, cramping in my calves and my right leg has a twitch in it just above the knee on the left side which twitches about 2-3 time a minute, a bit like a nervous tick actually, quite annoying! Another strange symptom: strange bumps around both of my heels, they seem to be part of the heel, just under the skin, not painful, just odd. Rubbing my feet with a good foot balm gives minor relief of the pain.I have gone to my GP and he says my arches need support. I have got some god arch supports which I have been wearing for about a week. My feet seem a bit better but my heels are still very sore. Last night I had some difficulty in falling asleep as my calves were aching so much. So I am going to see it out for the next week, wish me luck! Any other suggestions will be most welcome, thank you!Just to play it safe, please review with your GP the possibility of a muscular or neuro disease.You'll be in my prayers.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 13, 2009
    • 05:50 PM
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  • Just to play it safe, please review with your GP the possibility of a muscular or neuro disease.You'll be in my prayers.I have the same thing...I have had it for a couple months also...haven't been to the doctor yet. I figured it was a temporary thing...please keep me informed.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 23, 2010
    • 01:56 PM
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  • Did your heels ever get better? Your entry is exactly what I am experiencing. I was wondering if you found anything that helped or does it go away on its own like it started..QUOTE=VinceJS;145764]Did you ever find out what was wrong with your heels?My heels have been sore now for more than 2 and half month. It gets worse when walking a lot and seems to be mostly located in the heel, just under it in fact. It hurts a lot when I walk after I have been sitting for while, but the pan gradually diminishes after walking a while to a dull by bearable throb. It almost feels like my feet have balloons attached to them - especially in the morning - and it seems if these balloons must deflate before I can walk normally. Additional symptoms are cramping in the arches of the feet, cramping in my calves and my right leg has a twitch in it just above the knee on the left side which twitches about 2-3 time a minute, a bit like a nervous tick actually, quite annoying! Another strange symptom: strange bumps around both of my heels, they seem to be part of the heel, just under the skin, not painful, just odd. Rubbing my feet with a good foot balm gives minor relief of the pain.I have gone to my GP and he says my arches need support. I have got some god arch supports which I have been wearing for about a week. My feet seem a bit better but my heels are still very sore. Last night I had some difficulty in falling asleep as my calves were aching so much. So I am going to see it out for the next week, wish me luck! Any other suggestions will be most welcome, thank you!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hello - do any of you have this problem - when u are in bed at night you cannot have the back of your heels on the bed because it becomes too uncomfortable? It is very odd but this has been going on for about a month - I am also getting numb pains in my toe - the one next to my big toe on my left foot. Very Odd
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