Have you asked a doctor? I think this would be the logical first place to go.
I think that as you lose weight, the pain will lessen, as there will be less pressure on your feet. I do know that if you don't have the right shoes for YOU, you can develop issues. I bought a good pair of running shoes from a running shoe outfit in the mall. I had been running for several months and needed a new pair of shoes as the old ones were worn out. As soon as I started using those running shoes, my knee started hurting. I thought it would get better, even went to the dr. and she told me it was probably the shoes. I changed back to my old shoes and the knee pain went away right away. BTW, they would not let me return the shoes because they had been worn!
Have you tried soaking your feet in an epsom salt bath or massaging your feet? That may also help until you get the money for new shoes.
I found this article you can check out too: http://www.sparkpeople.com/blog/blog.asp?post=1find_your_sole_mate_the_perfect_shoe_for_every_workout
Edited by: GZELLEFRO at: 4/23/2014 (22:40)
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