My foot has been hurting for 28 years. I have been to a lot of doctors but no one knows what is wrong. At night when I lay down in bed my foot starts to hurt. It feels like someone is tickling my foot and doesn't stop. It is so painful. If I get up and walk, it immediately goes away. After years of pain in my foot it started going up my leg. I just squeeze my leg or foot, put pressure on it and it helps for a few minutes. Walking is the only thing that relieves it. I have been treated for restless leg syndrome but it didn't work. When I was in labor I had a epidural every thing was numb except my foot. It was so weird. I have had test after test on my feet. I just want to know if anyone else has had this problem. I can't stand the pain. Please Help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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