I had been experiencing extreme heel and sole pain for about six months and had to take extended breaks off my feet many times a day as well as regular doses of Ibuprofen.
First, I want to let you know that you have the best web site I've found related to foot issues. I have been experiencing foot pain of various sorts and am working to figure out what it is. A shocking eighty percent of adults in the United States suffer from foot problems at least once in their lives, and over twenty percent of adults will suffer foot pain that is consistent and constant throughout their lives. Now that you see how complex the foot is, it’s pretty easy to see why it can be so easy to injure, or at least have pain coming from your foot. Neuroma is the condition of having a pinched nerve, which happens when the nerve becomes compressed.  Usually you will feel most of the pain in between your toes if you have a pinched nerve in your foot. Tendonitis is where the tendons in your foot become inflamed, and if it is not treated, it can easily turn into a much more serious problem.

Thorough and thoughtfully presented, it certainly must be of considerable assistance to anyone with a foot problem. I have to say though, after using them for just four days, I have experienced grand relief from my foot pain.
For the past month, I have woken up with random sharp pain on the medial malleolus of both my left and right ankles. Even the very first day, I was able to do a lot of work while on my feet with at least a 75% reduction of pain. The pain is the worst and begins on the very tip of the knobs, then fades back and if i move it or walk on it weird, a shooting pain will go back up my ankle.
It is sharp on the tip of the knob on my ankle, but other than that, it it a consistent pain that almost feels like my bone and ankle are bruised. My left ankle and foot is not swollen, but my right foot is slightly swollen, especially under and the right of my medial malleolus.

The past few times this has happened the pain has been random in left, right, or both ankles. The pain also would fade throughout the day but this morning the pain woke me up and has been consistent all day and is just as sore as it was this morning.
I don't want to go to the doctor since its random, but the whole thing is so weird to me that I'm curious if I need to.

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