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It feels like I'm walking on marbles

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by RSSFeedBot, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. RSSFeedBot

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    When I am barefoot I do not have pain nor this feeling of marbles in my feet. When I wear socks and shoes, I am in pain and feel as if I am walking...

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  2. joyceful

    joyceful Welcome New Poster

    Have you looked inside your shoes for the marbles? By the way, there's another post before yours where someone said they lost their marbles. Just kidding of course.... Are you a diabetic? Do you have peripheral neuropathy? Have your feet been x-rayed? If the answer to the first two questions is "yes", then have you had a foot injury lately? like banging your toes on a chair, or the casters under your bed, etc.. If you answer "yes" to this them it is time to research charcot foot.
     
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