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Heels made my foot sore :( watch

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    Not sure where to put this so here goes

    I went out the saturday before last and wore high heeled shoes, not crazy high maybe about 3 inches. I was fine for the whole night (apart from feeling the obvious pain when spending the whole night in heels), but the day after my feet were very sore, I had to walk with my toes lifted up or they hurt. Now, almost a week and a half on, my feet are fine the majority of the time- until I put any shoes with heels on. When I try to walk the ball and toes of my left foot get this horrible shooting (maybe kinda tingling) pain and its almost impossible to walk. Anyhow this doesn't happen at all in my right.

    Does anyone know what I could do to stop this happening or why its happening? Its a nightmare, I've tried avoiding heels wherever possible but even if I only wear them for a minute I get the pain.

    Thanks, from a very inexperienced heels wearer
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    It happens when you start walking in heels. Wait until the pain stops (stretch your feet and avoid heels for a while) then try again. Wear them for short amounts of time and make sure they are supprting your feet. Use those gels etc.

    Eventually your feet will understand!

    I tend to get pains like that if my heels are too tights too. Make sure you've got a well fitting shoe.
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