Our expert says:
Could be a number of thigns - heel spurs, because of the location of the pain, comes to mind. The pain that occurs on waking but then disappears once you start walking suggests some kind of inflammation, and so it's possible that you have inflamed tendons or ligaments under the foot, perhaps running from the calf. I think that the only thing you can do is make sure of the diagnoses, and that means you need ton consider seeing a physio or a doctor for some advice. once you know the cause, then you can treat it properly, but until then, it's guesswork.
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