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    Weird Foot Sensation At Night
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    Eddymonsta posted:
    Like other people its 2:30 in the morning and im awake because my left foot started feeling weird again, Im only 15 and I remember feelng this since I was about 8 or 9, I dont really want to have to deal with this for the rest of myife so I looked online but this was the only place I could find for help, its hard to explain to ppl that dont feel what we feel because it just sounds insain trying to explain what we feel, but it a real feeling and a real problem that would be real nice if taken care of, I think only a docter with this problem could know how to solve it instead of trying to explain it and sound dumb, hopefully a real type of medication will appear in the future, hopefully before I end up seriouly damaging the bottom of foot.
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    davedsel57 responded:
    Hello, Eddymonsta.

    Unfortunately, you can't get diagnosed and treated over any internet massage board. The only thing you can do is talk to your parents and have them make an appointment with your doctor.
    Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story. Blessings, Dave


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