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Toe Pain

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  • Posted By: fefesgram
  • November 18, 2006
  • 07:55 PM

For about 2 years I've had pain in my middle toe right foot after standing or walking for at first....40 minutes but now it's about 20 minutes.

The pain is like a burning numbing pain. I don't have diabetes (just had blood work done) but I haven't brought it up yet with my doctor. My husband said it's just part of getting older because he claims to have the same thing going on.....what to do.....

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  • Hi-So sorry to hear of your toe problems. Hope you have found some reason and relief. I am experiencing the same pain in both the right and left middle toes. I have no idea as to cause and wonder if you have gotten an answer. I did have chemotherapy and suffered nerve damge, have fibro and had Cushing's. I presently have high alkaline phosprate levels. This condition is extremely painful. Feels hot, stinging pain and soreness all at once. Heat does help. Please reply. Thank you, Sandy
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    • February 7, 2007
    • 00:56 PM
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