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Painful Feet. A Ascension Symptom?

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posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 11:00 AM
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Ascension symptom? Um ... NO!

Diabetes. Sjogrens. Fibro. Lupus. Peripheral Neuropathy. etc etc.
Go get tested.
Or even your shoes are too small for your feet - get the shoes resized.

But "Ascension symptom'? Definately not.




posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by yigsstarhouse

Originally posted by NeutronAvenger
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It could be a variety of things. The best idea is to get a medical professionals opinion


As I mentioned in my OP, I have all ready gone for the medical opinions. According to them, my feet are fine and there is no medical reason they can think of to be causing this. Just for the record I did get two medical opinions.

So nope, its not anything like that.

I wouldn't have posted this without first covering the obvious to be ruled out. That is why I haven't posted it until now.



It's probably just a coincidence (although I am the first to say I don't believe in coincidences but...........) both my feet acted up at the same time this year.
Never ever have I had foot problems. I actually went to a podiatrist (and I never go to doctors) but I was too confused and concerned because it hurt to walk.

He said it was likely neuroma (an inflammation of the nerve) after taking x-rays making certain they weren't broken or fractured.

But both feet at the same time? They feel both numb and/or tingly.
And no, I am not overweight at all.

I would love to think this is more metaphysical than physical but, I have to be rational here. So although it isn't a definite diagnosis (more probable) I remain opened to suggestions too.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 11:38 AM
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On ATS foot pain means you are going Super Saiyan and all Dragonflies are spy bot camera's.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 11:58 AM
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Whatever...IF you have actual "foot pain", please consult a physician/podiatrist.

...OR, if it is your wont.....use one of the "tried and true" methods from centuries past.

Only ONE of them being.....SALIVA!

So...SPIT on your foot! (or have a friend do it....will achieve similar results....)



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 12:17 PM
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How nice to wake up to such nice responses and some great links and ideas. I knew something good would come from posting this even with my trepidations about it.

When you feel stuck between what one knows or has been led to trust, ie. medical etc. and also have mind that explores other possibilities it does become a bit of a rock and a hard place. I am not big on doctors, it is actually a fight to get me to go to one, so I really only go when I Really have too.

I don't have flat feet and I do not work a job that I stand on feet all day.

When one reads about the different ascension symptoms, which I have been doing, for it is a interest for me, I do have to wonder. I just can't rule something out like that so flippantly. No one thought we could fly 200 years ago either, yet we have now walked on the moon. I really do think there is more to spiritualism then we as modern man give it credit for. I like to think of it as a science form itself.

With the ringing in my ears, the recent elevated dreams of clarity,the wakefulness, the extreme bouts of exhaustion for no reason, the edgy feelings as of late, and now my feet, yes, I do have to open my mind to other considerations. Something is definitely going on that is not of the norm for me, and it seems to be slowly but surely growing in intensity.

Is it ascension? I do not know. Would anyone really know what that is all about until it happens, whatever it is? We just dont have that many Buddhas or Dalli llamas to ask these days. I do have my gut feeling about it and thats about all I can really trust along with whatever knowledge I have aquired in my travels.

I have always been healthy and I like to think I have a pretty reasonable mind. So yes, I do have to say I would like to explore the metaphysical part of this a little deeper. I don't trust the doctors, but I have been that route to try and rule out the obvious from that side.Now I want to explore the other side of the fence.

Again, thank you all for your kind responses and great links and well wishes



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 12:56 PM
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Originally posted by yigsstarhouse
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Thank you for sharing that link. It was a interesting read. I did get to opinions ,but the thyroid never came up. I think I will look into that. It is just so odd to me as I have never had problems before.

At least at that link it had some good advice for massage etc., though it seems like I have about rubbed them to death!

Thank you for your well wishes
and taking the time to find that link.


Look up claudication. I did an post-mortem last month on a shooting victim whose history reported symptoms like those reported in the OP. I found both degenerative disk disease at the L4-L-5 area and significant arterial stenosis in the descending aorta and femoral arteries. That is the PAD you hear so much about on television. Did the docs you saw do a duplex or doppler ultrasound? Or at least palpate for a pulse in the leg and foot? Have you ever smoked tobacco?



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:35 PM
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As far as what they actually did, I can't say as I paid a whole lot of attention because I couldn't stand being there to begin with. My wife is usually the one that asks all the question. I do know they were x-rayed as I mentioned before and they also did some sort of die test, whatever that was. A lot of thumping here and there, and they also used something to give me small shocks? That wasn't really painful, but I did feel them.

And yes I am what would be considered a heavy smoker.

Sorry Im just not real big on their tech. jargon of what they did. Im the typical have to take me kicking and screaming to the doctor type.


I looked up your word claudication. I have no leg pain whatsoever.

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posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:48 PM
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Excellent idea - reflexology works wonders!



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:51 PM
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I had foot pain for a while a few years ago. I had started an exercise program after being inactive for a very long time. I think I started our too fast and too hard and I should have started at a slow pace and worked my way up. After a few days of this intensive working out on a eliptical machine, I noticed my feet we hurting when I walked. OW OW OW! Of course that stopped my program and after a few days my feet stopped hurting.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by yigsstarhouse
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As far as what they actually did, I can't say as I paid a whole lot of attention because I couldn't stand being there to begin with. My wife is usually the one that asks all the question. I do know they were x-rayed as I mentioned before and they also did some sort of die test, whatever that was. A lot of thumping here and there, and they also used something to give me small shocks? That wasn't really painful, but I did feel them.

And yes I am what would be considered a heavy smoker.

Sorry Im just not real big on their tech. jargon of what they did. Im the typical have to take me kicking and screaming to the doctor type.


I looked up your word claudication. I have no leg pain whatsoever.

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OK - heavy smoker, hates doctors, foot pain. Present yourself to the nearest ER and ask for a doppler ultrasound of the affected extremity. It's absolutely painless. But be prepared to stay. You may have a flatlined foot which means they would probably admit you for an angioplasty of the affected arteries. That is also painless and very easy to heal from. They, in effect, run a catheter (small tube) into your femoral artery (that's the one that runs next to the place where your leg meets your lower torso near the groin.) The catheter is used like a roto rooter to clean out plaque deposits which may be blocking arteries. They might also blow up balloons in the artery to install a stent to hold the artery open. The procedure would take from an hour and a half to eight hours and the patient is awake during the procedure. Good luck. By the way, I don't practice medicine. Coroners in most states don't have to be MDs. But I do see the neglected PAD effects quite often.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 01:58 PM
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Sounds like neuropathy. See a neurologist. Treatment is lyrica.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 02:41 PM
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Lol Im sorry I really don't mean to laugh and I really value your input here, but the first mention of something being inserted next to or in my groin area is not something that will have me rushing down to the nearest er. Painless or not.

I do have one question for you though. It sounds like what you are referring to would have to do with a foot. This is the same in Both feet. Does this still hold true now?

In response to Claud Hopper, I really have none of the symptoms mentioned in what you asked me to research. All I have is two feet that have become more painful over the last few month. They feel bruised, or like I walked on a lot of rocks the night before. I am not flat footed, I have a very healthy arch actually. Not trying to be anything here, but back in the day I was actually offered money to use my feet for a advertisment, so they are in good shape. Just mentioning this to give you a idea of my feet's shape and condition.

I am also not one to be a big user of medications. And Im really not one to use them when they have more side effects then the actual problem. That is just insane to me. Thank you though for your input.

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posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by Claud Hopper
Sounds like neuropathy. See a neurologist. Treatment is lyrica.


Peripheral neuropathy is a symptom of something else going on. I think a better treatment for this symptom is to find out what is causing it. DDD, PAD, diabetes mellitus, Post-Polio Syndrome, etc. And a better pharmaveutical, IMO, is neurontin.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 05:22 PM
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It is less likely to occur in both feet, but stil possible. Whatever is causing a stenosis on one side (smoking, dead pig for every meal, incipient diabetes, etc.)can act bilaterally.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 06:05 PM
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I had something like you described, about 4 years ago. I went to a foot doctor when I couldn't stand it any longer. After paying him $175 for extremely painful shots in my heels, & spending another $20 on insoles that I couldn't stand to wear, I was still no better.

Finally, while at the chiropractor for another problem, he told me that he could tell that I had a magnesium deficiency. I immediately bought some & started taking it & my feet stopped hurting within a few days, & haven't hurt since.

Later, I mentioned that it had fixed my foot problem, & he said that magnesium is the mineral that allows muscles to relax. My deficiency was not allowing the muscles in my legs to relax & they were constantly pulling on my heel, which was causing my feet to be sore.

That's not exactly how he said it, but it's close enough.

It's a cheap way to fix it if that's your problem.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 08:03 PM
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I had an angioplasty - love the nice warm blankets they put on me and the meds to relax.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 08:05 PM
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I have rheumatoid arthritis (in remission) and it began in my feet - just thought I should toss that out there. A simple RA factor blood test will give results for this.



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 08:13 PM
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I've recently experienced that my roll on deoderant totally prevents me from getting BO. Is this a sign of ascension?



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 08:49 PM
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As another poster said it is probably plantar fasciitis. Brother in law of mine had same problem for about a year, exact same symptoms you describe. I recommend going and seeing a good foot doctor and request imaging be done.

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 09:20 PM
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If the cause of the pain is believed as acension, than that's your personal choice and free will to believe so.

Allow me to contribute an insight upon pecularities with the feet should your belief in spirituality being the cause of your discomfit.

The Hindu Indians celebrate Thaipusam sometime between January and February each year. It was to honour their deity Shiva whom their ancestors surrenedered themselves completely and prayed hard to avert disaster by evil forces. It was answered and the evil forces were defeated, a great moment in the course of the history of the Hindus.

For centuries, the Hindus would painstakingly put themselves through torture, such as piercing needles and nails through the bodies after ritual praying and fasting, and would feel no pain, as a test of their faith and devotion to their deity. It includes walking over embers of hot glowing charcoal, a tradition which was adopted by many other beliefs as well.

For those who feel pain when such acts are done even after ritual praying and fasting, it would mean that their spiritual strength and faith may be wanting.

So, even though you may not had been walking over burning coals or even doing anything remotely in the realm of spiritualism other than a keen interest in it, is that sensation of your feet a spiritual symptom and level idicator of your beliefs?


But should you have more faith in science, then perhaps you may seriously want to try reflexology, for in the eastern beliefs, both feet contains 'sensors' of our vital organs. If you are felling discomfort within a zone on both your feet, it may mean one of the 'sensor' is telling you something in your vital organ that may need further looking into with your family doctor.

In any case, I am not a doctor or a spiritualist. This post is only just for your information, a sharing of knowledge that may or may not be relevant to you, and is only a signpost for your own research if you should want to look further.

Good luck and may your discomfort be remedied soon. Cheers!



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