Re: mortons neuroma

: Seem to have symptoms similiar to mortons except between 2nd and 3rd toe. Toes are seperating and seems to be swollen lump on ball of foot at base of 2nd and 3rd toe.

: Any help would be appreicated.

Chris I had pain for several years and injections for over two years.
I had surgery last Oct. still having trouble and pain. Your pain sounds
like mine. It is hard to explain to others the pain. It feels like walking
on a swollen spot all the time, swollen toes, pain in 3- to 4th toe My toes
separate often and draw. It has been ten months since I had surgery. I think I have a good
doctor who tried other things before the surgery. I have heard many others in his
office share success stories about other types of surgery. I'm not sure how much
longer before this pain goes away. The pain after the surgery is different than the
one before.
Deb

Posted By Debbie on September 04, 2001 at 22:41:00:

In Reply to: mortons neuroma posted by Chris on August 07, 2001 at 03:10:42:

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