I have the same problems as the rest of you - sharp, stabbing pain lasting about 10 seconds in my right big toe. I also get a painful sensation in my eyeballs at times. Tested for diabetes a couple times, but comes back normal. It seems like I am always having rogue pains somewhere. And no doctor has ever been able to help me with it. I suppose it is a part of life. I have found that lifting weights does wonders for my mind and body though. Muscle soreness is a constant reminder that pain doesn't always necessarily have to be a life or death thing. Best of luck to you all!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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