• over 1 year ago

    Planter Fasciitis- HELP

    Has anyone experienced this pain? I’m 25 weeks pregnant with twins and this is the worst pain I have had so far. My feet hurt CONSTANTLY! Never any relief unless I’m lying. Does anyone have any suggestions or solutions? Will the pain get worse as I gain weight? Ive gained 14 pounds so far and I’m all for gaining more but this pain is killer.

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  • over 1 year ago

    RE: Planter Fasciitis- HELP

    The shoe inserts help quite a bit. There are also some stretches that help. You can find those online. PF really does hurt! Good luck!
  • 8 months ago

    RE: Planter Fasciitis- HELP

    I feel the same, I was diagnosed with it almost a year ago and can relate to that. Gaining weight is a bad sign really, you should really visit a doctor and ask him for a proper diet. But you know that walking and running work best with fat burn. For this I would suggest looking at this page https://willpowerpeak.com/best-walking-shoes-for-plantars-fasciitis/ , it's about footwear for people who experience the same issue as we do.
  • RE: Planter Fasciitis- HELP

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