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Re: [at-l] Re: Boots - foot pain/Bloody Feet
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Re: Boots - foot pain/Bloody Feet
- From: MHOLMES@NETVA.COM (MARK HOLMES)
- Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 23:23:23 -0500
At 10:35 PM 1/21/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I thought this was a very interesting post. I don't experience that sharp
>pain in the ball of the foot. But if I either, hike, walk, or run the balls
>of my feet become a bloody mess. And it is a really big mess to clean up(I
>won't go into details) not to mention the pain that comes with it. It
>happens in all my pairs of boots, regular foot wear and my running shoes.
> The doc said I had a mild case of flat feet, and over- pronate when I walk.
> I've tried several different types of socks and and arch supports/boot
>insoles. Any Ideas. I want to Thru hike in '98 but won't go if I have to
>nurse two bloody feet before I go to bed everynight. I appreciate any help.
I think you must be leaving a few little details out. Your doctor didn't
comment on the fact that your feet ooze blood while walking around? Think I
would switch doctors quickly and a visit to the ER might not be out of order.
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