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PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
6/18/13 11:16 A



Something is not right and needs checking...

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 59,003
6/18/13 8:43 A

Hi Brandon

I don't have any great suggestions, but wondered if you've talked to your doctor about it? Maybe they can provide some advice?

Coach Jen

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KCLARK89 SparkPoints: (28,633)
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6/18/13 8:43 A

Mine used to do that until I switched shoes and got new arch supports for them as well. But I see that you already tried that route, so maybe it's time for a trip to the Dr. since you had the issue with them during training.

LILLIPUTIANNA Posts: 1,041
6/18/13 2:02 A

Out of curiosity, have ever had you feet peel when you've had a fever?

I've known a couple people who when their body gets too hot, the skin on the bottom of their feet sloughs off.

BRANDONSMITH56 SparkPoints: (2,007)
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6/18/13 12:35 A

So this has been going on for some time now. Every time I go for a run or longer walk the balls of my feet always start tingling or even burning. I have change shoes, routes, and lacing patterns. I never had this problem in high school running cross country. Its been going on for a few years now. It seems to have started about the time I blistered and lost 60% of the skin off my feet in a training exercise in the military. Does any one have any suggestions on how to take care of this?

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