for the last 9 months.. theres been a pain in both of my feet that i cant even begin to describe. It aches and burns and stings so bad. It has been getting even worse over the last month. The pain is worse in the mornings and when i stay off of my feet after awhile. I can barely walk now.. and the pain is getting so bad i feel sick to my stomach. I dont have insurance and dont even know where to begin getting help for this situation. I am pretty sure I have Plantar Fasciitis... though i hate self diagnosing.. but it fits everything thats wrong with me to a T. Anyone have experience with this? Any suggestions for help? Tylenol, aleve, advil, etc does NOT help at all. I am begging for advice....View Thread
I'm a 24 year old female who has had minor issues with pain on and off for the last 5 years but nothing serious.
Last Saturday I woke up unable to walk due to the amount of pain in my leg. Right leg from the knee down was discolored (pinkish purple), numb, tingly, swollen, and cold. I thought it was a circulation issue. Went to the ER and they checked for blood clots and found nothing. Was sent home on lortab. 10 hours later left leg starts hurting the same way so went back to the ER. Confirmed swelling. Docs didn't see me. Was sent home. Crying from pain (I have a high pain tolerance)
4 days later... Still in pain. Go to the doctor and they told me to go back to the ER. Had an MRI, CT scan, and X ray done... And found nothing. Blood results came back fine. Docs sent me back home....
I'm so tired and I can't walk that well without falling and I'm a week into this pain and I don't know what's wrong. Does anyone have any suggestions? I hate lortab and tylonal isn't working. I've had no injuries... My back looks great... Everything. My whole body hurts now... The docs are lost and so am I...View Thread
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