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1/11/10 1:41 P

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I agree with A...it sounds like it could be plantar fascitis...and its a really painful condition...I would definitely make the doctor's appt...

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1/11/10 11:32 A

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You may want to have your doc look at your feet. It sounds like it could be plantar facitis which is an inflammation of the main tendon underneath your foot. There are several causes such as poor shoes, if you have not been properly fitted for running shoes, the need for orthodics, pushing your feet too far in poor shoes, flat feet, high arches, overly tight calves or any combination of these things. Its very important to get properly fitted for shoes and take care of your feet. However, there could be other things going on as well and its important to get it looked at and not overdo it.

Good luck! But start with getting properly fitted shoes!

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1/11/10 10:50 A

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Proper shoes, stretches, arch supports! Hope you get some relief! emoticon

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1/11/10 10:43 A

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Hi there!!
I had the same issue so i went to a foot doctor. He told me this occurs for several reasons
1. incorrect shoes, or workout shoes
2. may need special arch support
3. incline on treadmill makes this worse
Finally if you are new to exercise your body has to get use to it. Before you try to figure out the issue on your own, i recommend seeing a doctor for an official diagnosis. Once you have that, follow his suggestions.

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1/11/10 10:12 A

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emoticon sounds horrible. I wish I had something to advice, but I don't have that problem. My feet just go tingly when I work out.

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1/11/10 10:03 A

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I am looking for a little advice on how to make my feet tougher. I find that after a while running the bottoms of my feet are sore. Sometimes so sore it hurts to walk. I am calling it tenderfoot.

Does anyone out there have advice on how to toughen up the feet?

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