Posted by: Nix | 2009/01/06

feet in pain

Hi! I am 23 years old and I’ m in good health. I spa at least 2 to 3 times a week that helps with blood circulation because it’ s in water with bubbles that give the body a vibrate effect that helps with circulation. I really don’ t have any health problems that I’ m aware of except low blood sugar.

When I got pregnant with my second child my feet started to hurt and it got worse as the pregnancy progressed, I thought that it is just the pregnancy. My baby is now 7 months old and I’  m still in pain. When I just walk a bit more than usual then my feet hurt so much that I can’  t walk on them. The pain is underneath in the middle area and when I rub them on top between the tows and the bridge area…  it really has this sharp pain when I rub it there. When I get up in the night for my baby’  s night feed I struggle to walk off the pain and then in the morning it’  s a little bit better but I still feel pain and then I get it gets worse as the day goes on and I’ m on my feet. I’  m at home and I don’  t ware any shoes except when I go out of the house and I don’ t go out that often so it can’ t be a shoe that causes this.

This is really a problem because I have two kids and I can’ t sit all day long. I never had this problem before and I was able to go for long walks and I did long distance running when I was in school

Should I see a foot doctor or where a type of shoe or what should I do. I have a foot spa that I use some evenings but it does not take it away, just relieves a bit.

Thank you so much for “ listening”  hope that you can help me.


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Dear Nix

Its very common for the feet to change during pregnancy and its possible your foot shape or alignment has altered. You could be experiencing pain from a low arch foot type or other cause. I recommend that you see a podiatrist that will be able to do an assessment of your feet, diagnose the problem and plan a treatment program which couild include presciption insoles.


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