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mex1
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Jun-10-09, 09:14 AM (CST)
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"FOOT PAIN"
 
   I do not know if it is related to GH, but I ve been having intense foot pain in my toes both of them, has gotten bad latlely. Anyone has had the same?
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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: FOOT PAIN C16679admin Jun-10-09 1
     RE: FOOT PAIN mex1 Jun-10-09 2
         RE: FOOT PAIN windyadmin Jun-17-09 3
             RE: FOOT PAIN joojee22 Aug-25-11 5
                 RE: FOOT PAIN TheOriginalScooter Dec-08-11 6
                     RE: FOOT PAIN joojee22 Jan-01-12 7
                         RE: FOOT PAIN TheOriginalScooter Jan-04-12 8
                             RE: FOOT PAIN joojee22 Mar-14-12 9
                                 RE: FOOT PAIN brucelee Apr-01-12 10
                                     RE: FOOT PAIN joojee22 May-10-12 11

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C16679admin
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Jun-10-09, 12:43 PM (CST)
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1. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   Are you diagnosed with genital Herpes?

Typically any pain in the toes would be a prodrome and shouldn't last more than a day or so, then you would usually get an outbreak.

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mex1
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Jun-10-09, 02:34 PM (CST)
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2. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   I was diagnosed genital herpes 8 months ago.

the pain in my feet has been now for almost 6 months and will not go away, I have had 2 outbrakes since diagnosed. I am nor really sure if this relates to GH or something else. Here in Mexico the docs really do not know nothing about this virus it´s frustrating....

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windyadmin
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Jun-17-09, 07:23 PM (CST)
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3. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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If both feet are involved, and it's lasted six months, then there may be something other than herpes causing the pain. Your doctor should be looking for other causes, either to treat it or to rule out the other possibilities.


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joojee22
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Aug-25-11, 02:45 PM (CST)
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5. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   I agree, HSV pain is one-sided (only on one side).

but I have pain in the top of my left foot, it lasts a long while each time it's here (I say very rarely since intial OB do I not have the pain).

I'm interested in hearing from anyone with foot pain.

thanks.


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TheOriginalScooter
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6. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   Whoever said herpes was one sided? I guess I missed that one. My pain has certainly not been one sided more like both sides.


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joojee22
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Jan-01-12, 04:34 PM (CST)
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7. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   i think there is a technical reason why HSV is one sided, if you are having two sided pain i would question it may be something else.


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TheOriginalScooter
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8. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   LAST EDITED ON Jan-04-12 AT 11:03 AM (CDST)
 
HSV is not one sided. The virus attacks the sensory portion of the nerve which can serve several main nerves that innervate the pubic region. One of those main nerves is the pudendal nerve ~

The main symptom of pudendal neuralgia (PN) and pudendal nerve entrapment (PNE) is pain in one or more of the areas innervated by the pudendal nerve or one of its branches. These areas include the rectum, anus, urethra, perineum, and genital area. In women this includes the clitoris, mons pubis, vulva, lower 1/3 of the vagina, and labia. In men this includes the penis and scrotum. But often pain is referred to nearby areas in the pelvis. The symptoms can start suddenly or develop slowly over time. Typically pain gets worse as the day progresses and is worse with sitting. The pain can be on one or both sides and in any of the areas innervated by the pudendal nerve, depending on which nerve fibers and which nerve branches are affected. The skin in these areas may be hypersensitive to touch or pressure (hyperesthesia or allodynia).

Possible symptoms include burning, numbness, increased sensitivity, electric shock or stabbing pain, knife-like or aching pain, feeling of a lump or foreign body in the vagina or rectum, twisting or pinching, abnormal temperature sensations, constipation, pain and straining with bowel movements, straining or burning when urinating, painful intercourse, and sexual dysfunction – including uncomfortable arousal or the opposite problem, decreased sensation.

It is not uncommon for PN to be accompanied by musculoskeletal pain in other parts of the pelvis such as the sacroiliac joint, piriformis muscle, or coccyx. It is usually very difficult to distinguish between PN and pelvic floor dysfunction because they are frequently seen together. Some people refer to this condition as pelvic myoneuropathy which suggests both a neural and muscular component involving tense muscles in the pelvic floor.

Pudendal neuralgia can be caused by inflammation of the nerve or by mechanical damage/trauma to the nerve, (ie contracting a disease that attacks the sensory portion of nerves that reside in the sensory nerve ganglia at the base of your spine). Sometimes the pain develops slowly and is almost imperceptible at first, sometimes preceded by paresthesia in the area innervated by the pudendal nerve. Paresthesia is a “pins and needles” sensation or a feeling of prickling, numbness, and tingling.

As my outbreaks have gotten better over the course of four years - and it pretty much took that long - my post herpetic neuralgia has gotten better as well. My pain has been all over my pelvic area much worse in the beginning traveling down the back of my butt and both legs. It's not perfect today but a hell of a lot better and I can function w/o the pain absorbing my every waking thought.

I did speak with a man who had severe pain in his leg and foot and he felt it was herpetic related. From my research the medical community is not clear on how or why the virus severely impairs the functioning of nerves. The article Herpes Never Sleeps seems to shed some light on the continual replication of the virus and why some of us have suffered debilitating pain.


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joojee22
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9. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   Wow.. that was an awesome explanation. How in the world did you come by all the info? Some of the Dr.'s I have seen couldn't even tell me the medicine used in treatment.. (umm... Valtrex.. lol.. good grief).

How come you think it is in the top of my left foot? Strangest thing.. ???

thanks for info


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brucelee
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Apr-01-12, 11:39 PM (CST)
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10. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   LAST EDITED ON Apr-01-12 AT 11:45 PM (CDST)
 
There may be other reasons as well for your foot pain. You can just ask your doctor to take out an X-Ray.

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joojee22
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May-10-12, 04:31 PM (CST)
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11. "RE: FOOT PAIN"
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   NO... there's no other reason for my foot pain..
I think I know what happened at my initial OB... good grief.

It's like when people say the coccyx hurts during an intial OB and people want to discount that... and try to tell them that it's their freakin back.. NO, it's not their back.. it's the VIRUS attacking their body and they happen to know what happens with their body. I get very flustrated when people can't explain something so they think it's in your head... good grief.. again.


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