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Hey ,

My foot is hurting a lot on that bit indicated. It's been like that for last few days or so, don't know why, and it's just for my left foot too. I've got Plantar Fascitis injury on my left foot only, if that helps. I hope someone on here can save me plz.

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Go to your GP.
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Contact your doctor.

I've had PF and it made me walk so awkwardly that I got aches and pains elsewhere, so could be that.
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Contact your doctor.

I've had PF and it made me walk so awkwardly that I got aches and pains elsewhere, so could be that.
Oh wow, what happened in the end after you contacted your GP about it ? Did you end up doing an injection or surgery for the bottom of your foot ? If so, was it painful ?
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Oh wow, what happened in the end after you contacted your GP about it ? Did you end up doing an injection or surgery for the bottom of your foot ? If so, was it painful ?
To start with, I actually had a badly damaged toenail that was growing so out of shape that any footwear was putting pressure on it. That made me walk awkwardly, kind of on the outside of my foot, which gave me PF. I eventually had the toe fixed, but still had PF, and because I then was limping differently to when I had the bad toe it was putting all kinds of other strains on my muscles and tendons. Thankfully it cleared up with physio, exercises and new supportive insoles (have you tried that?). No injections or surgery; those options were never even discussed.
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Got to hospital, if it hurts too bad. They'll know what to do.
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To start with, I actually had a badly damaged toenail that was growing so out of shape that any footwear was putting pressure on it. That made me walk awkwardly, kind of on the outside of my foot, which gave me PF. I eventually had the toe fixed, but still had PF, and because I then was limping differently to when I had the bad toe it was putting all kinds of other strains on my muscles and tendons. Thankfully it cleared up with physio, exercises and new supportive insoles (have you tried that?). No injections or surgery; those options were never even discussed.
I see. I have tried insoles, and yes they do help to some degree, and some products on Amazon like socks just for PF.
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Got to hospital, if it hurts too bad. They'll know what to do.
They always expect some sort of referral/appointment booked in etc so not so nice from experience .
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