Like other people its 2:30 in the morning and im awake because my left foot started feeling weird again, Im only 15 and I remember feelng this since I was about 8 or 9, I dont really want to have to deal with this for the rest of myife so I looked online but this was the only place I could find for help, its hard to explain to ppl that dont feel what we feel because it just sounds insain trying to explain what we feel, but it a real feeling and a real problem that would be real nice if taken care of, I think only a docter with this problem could know how to solve it instead of trying to explain it and sound dumb, hopefully a real type of medication will appear in the future, hopefully before I end up seriouly damaging the bottom of foot.View Thread
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