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My foot doctor has been giving me cortizone shots if it doesn't work then he has to do surgery.
Yes, the big toe on my right foot aches occasionally. It is really not much of a problem compared to my back, knees, and hips.
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Ironically it is my problem child at the moment - undoubtedly related to my treadmill 5 times a week. I haven't done anything with it at this point since its a new flare. Probably will get it injected at some point. How long has yours been active?
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does anyone have this problem? I will get the joint replaced in the fall, when I can have enough time to stay off my foot. I had both knees replaced in 2008. I have been doing the ellipitical and that has really bothered it. I am a teacher and this summer I will have more time to swim and bike, so it can rest.
Just curious how others handle this condition.