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Foot Problems

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 16, 2006
  • 01:25 AM

Hello All, Just Wanted To See If Anyone Know Of This Problem..my Husband Who Is 54, Is Really Having Problems With His Feet. Went To The Dr. And They Told Him To Put Soles In His Shoes..when He Stand For Any Length Of Time His Feet Get To Hurting Him Really Bad. It Has Also Started To Hurt Him Just Sitting. We Have Been To The Drs. And They Just Tell Him To Put The Soles In His Shoes And That Is All. They Even Hurt Him When He Is Walking.. Please Someone I Hope You Can Give Us A Clue As Where To Start Looking For Relief......thank You

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  • About half a decade ago, my grandfather's feet began to hurt him when he would work or at night when he would lay in bed. He began to get calluses on his toes and heel and his feet became really dry. He went to the doctor and they diagnosed him with diabetes. The diabetes correlated with the feet pain because it slowed the blood circulation to his lower appendages. Hopefully, this is helpful at least to consider or rule out diabetes in your search for an answer. Have you checked or asked about Restless Leg Syndrome? I really don't know much about RLS but I know it is out there. You might want to check into it.. Good luck.
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    • August 16, 2006
    • 03:54 PM
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