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Just bare-foot it at work. 
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Hi Just thought I would give you this advice.If you take diuretics and get muscle cramps, notify your doctor. A dosage adjustment, change in...
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Did you pee on it? 
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Hi Sounds like you have a fungus problem, I get this I can just about get a hold on it by putting Boris Acid powder in my socks, tried a couple of...
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I don't know anything about you (age, state of health) and I can't really blindly diagnose your painful toe over the Internet, but think...
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Tendonitis (also called 'tendinitis') means "tendon inflammation." With most medical terms, the "-itis" suffix stands for...
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I suggest you call your doctor to report this. Clindamycin is a very effective antibiotic, but it also can cause a serious side effect called colitis...
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Hi If you cant bend your toes back without pain, could be a fracture or tendon trouble, best you went to the ER and had an X-ray done, they would...
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Muscle cramps can occur from low levels of minerals in the blood, such as potassium, but I have not heard of it being caused by an excess of vitamins...
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There is absolutely no way to make a blind determination whether you have a sprain, strain, or fracture based solely on the information in your...
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See a podiatrist so that you can be properly examined and diagnosed. Plantar fasciitis is quite common, but there can be many causes....and many...
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I'm sorry you're going through this. It sounds uncomfortable and unsettling.Keep pursuing this situation with your physician. Sometimes...
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No...it just gets you cold feet. You can walk around with bare feet all you want without any fear of illness. Your grandmother (or mother) is not...
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You need to get him medical attention right away - don't wait. He could have a concussion or other serious injury.
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Possibly plantar fasciitis? An over-use injury to a tendon in your foot that runs pretty-much from front to back. Very painful. Takes a long time to...
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