I woke up this morning with a sharp pain -- feels like a piece of glass is embedded -- in the callus in the upper ball of my foot. It does not hurt at all when there is no pressure, but only hurts (a lot!) when I try to step on it. I have never had this before. I did not wear any unusual shoes in the last few days or do anything else to my feet that I can think of.
Do I just give it a few days to work it out, or could this be something serious?
Posted By Larry Short on February 24, 2006 at 11:14:07:
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