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Q: I have s disease doctors don't know ( No Answer,   5 Comments )
Subject: I have s disease doctors don't know
Category: Health
Asked by: guerito-ga
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Posted: 06 Nov 2006 22:37 PST
Expires: 06 Dec 2006 22:37 PST
Question ID: 780720
I have a pain under the sole of my feet since three years ago,and
since this disease started I never feel good. Nothing has made me feel
good. I had X rays, MRI(lunbar stenosis)but I never feel pain at my
back, legs, ankles, etc ,and tests  of my nerves done and my arteries
work, they are OK. The last Dr. told me I have plantar fasciitis, but
the symptoms are not the same. When I'm in bed (resting)all is OK, but
when I walk for an hr. the pain increases more and more until I go to
bed and wait for a long time.What can I do. Thank you. Mike

Request for Question Clarification by aceresearcher-ga on 06 Nov 2006 23:32 PST
Greetings, guerito!

Is the pain under the whole sole of your foot, or limited to just the
front, middle or back of the sole of your foot?

Have you consulted with an orthopaedist, or just with general practitioners?


Clarification of Question by guerito-ga on 07 Nov 2006 12:56 PST
I visited: my family doctor, 2 spine specialist, 2 podiatric foot
surgeons, 1 neurology and 2 orthopedics, and all this 3 years I have
the pain.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: I have s disease doctors don't know
From: tardis-ga on 07 Nov 2006 06:45 PST
You may have fallen arches, which will make walking pretty painful.
Check with a podiatrist - the solution could be as simple as an
orthopedic insert in your shoes. Have you tried that by the way? You
can buy simple Dr. Scholl's inserts (not the odor reducing ones) and
you may see an improvement in your symptoms.
Subject: Re: I have s disease doctors don't know
From: prankmonkey-ga on 10 Nov 2006 00:16 PST
when you are walking does the pain occur when you are putting weight
onto that foot or when you are taking the weight off. also you may
have bad biomechanics when walking that could contribute to this
Subject: Re: I have s disease doctors don't know
From: notadoc-ga on 12 Nov 2006 18:07 PST
Here's another possibility, especially if you are diabetic: Charcot
arthropathy. Diabetics tend to get a lot of foot problems, including
Charcot (pronounced "sharko") arthropathy, which involves the bones in
the feet shifting around. It can be very painful, and it can
eventually lead to major problems and possibly amputation. You should
be checked for diabetes, and you should have a podiatrist consider the
possibility of Charcot arthropathy.
Subject: Re: I have s disease doctors don't know
From: simontristan-ga on 27 Nov 2006 02:05 PST
It is surprising how many foot problems arise from an asymmetry of the
whole skeleto starting from the head, teeth and jaws. Following which
patients develop neck, back, hip, knee and foot problems. My advice is
to go to the other end and sort it out by wearing a dental appliance.
Ask to see a dentist conversant with Temporo-mandibular Joint
Dysfunction. I do not know where you are based. I might be able to
find a suitable pratitioner in your area.
Subject: Re: I have s disease doctors don't know
From: anasha555-ga on 27 Nov 2006 03:25 PST
better consult a YOGA TEACHER and start doing/practicing YAGA.. you
will start feeling good within a month or may be you will be fully
cured within month itself.
YOGA has cure almost for everything what require is patience.

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