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    Ok, so if you know me at a all, you probably know I have some nerve damage from a back injury.

    After a year, it starts to become hard to remember what's normal and what's a new symptom. So that's where you come in

    When you are driving (for more than 20 minutes), do you get a stinging pain in your right heel?

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    No..
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    I do cause of how I drive. I know this because the way in which I rest my foot and adjust the gas pedal drives DH insane, so we've had in depth conversations about the pain, and the driving, and the placement of the foot. He doesn't get pain, but he places his foot differently.
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    Not me.
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    I have that happen sometimes, but it seems to have more to do with how I have my foot..like, the angle of my foot on the peddles and how it's resting on the floor.

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    I don't. My lower back starts to hurt but no I don't get any heel pain.
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    #7
    I do sometimes...but it's only been happening since I hurt my back. If I were you I would bring it up to your dr.
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    Depends on how I am sitting lol
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    No I don't, and if I did, I'd mention that to my docotor.
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    Thanks for the input
    My doctors and I are tracking so many oddities that sometimes it is hard to know what's a symptom and what isn't.

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