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Burning, searing pain/spasms in feet
Was just wondering, as it is happening right now, does anyone else get this? When I'm laying down with my knees up, after a few minutes I get "hot-spots" on my feet, then it turns to this excruciating, burning pain, then subsides in a few minutes once I straighten my legs and take the pressure off my feet. I also get it while walking, I guess anytime there's any sort of pressure on my feet. I've never had it before all this. I also get wicked spasms in my feet when I'm walking sometimes. And because I can't walk too far, it comes on pretty quickly when it does happen.
Does anyone else have this happen? Is it some sort of neuropathy?
APROUD CANADIANveteranButNOTa doctor, my thoughts are my own