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rm_trainmepls1 50F
412 posts
4/19/2010 4:27 pm
Is there a doctor in the house?

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rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/21/2010 9:31 am

Somebody somewhere must know. Am I the only person in the world who this happens to?


rm_rubenesque8 47F
3248 posts
4/21/2010 9:59 am

Have you tried reflexology? Or try not having too many orgasms lol.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/22/2010 7:45 am

    Quoting rm_rubenesque8:
    Have you tried reflexology? Or try not having too many orgasms lol.
I could try reflexology. Maybe a professional would have heard of such a problem before. I already do cut back on orgasms.

Looking at a reflexology map of the foot, it looks as though the spots that are linked to my sexual or reproductive organs are either on my heel or on the top of my foot. That makes me think that my problem might have more to do with my muscles.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/26/2010 8:25 am

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It's possible, for me anyway. I guess my muscles get tired or something.


69bud69 66M
7121 posts
4/27/2010 5:16 am

My answer is not a joke, but see if you can hook up with an acupuncturist. I've tried it a few times and was totally surprised at the results.
I've also found out that our feet have so many nerve endings and are direct links to the rest of our body.
A GP is not the way to go, but there are treatments for your pain. This of course is without cutting down on the orgasms and of course you can do nothing about your monthly period.

Bud


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Kitty_n_BigGuy 46M/48F
218 posts
4/27/2010 8:18 pm

Train... there are two small bones on either side of the flexor tendon of the big toe (Sesamoid bones) but I doubt it's that. it'd be higher up ...

Could perhaps be cysts that would be in the midst of the group of flexor tendons, in the arch of the foot, and come out if you're exercised your toes more (aka curled your toes lots for prolonged periods of time ). Such cysts are common in the wrist area, and are benign...

I doubt it's anything to do with your plantar fascia, as you didn't mention that it was painful to walk ...

Some people also get rheumatoid nodules, but you'd know if you had rheumatoid arthritis, trust me...

Hmmmm... I'm stumped ! LOL (physical therapist here, btw).


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rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/28/2010 8:00 am

    Quoting 69bud69:
    My answer is not a joke, but see if you can hook up with an acupuncturist. I've tried it a few times and was totally surprised at the results.
    I've also found out that our feet have so many nerve endings and are direct links to the rest of our body.
    A GP is not the way to go, but there are treatments for your pain. This of course is without cutting down on the orgasms and of course you can do nothing about your monthly period.

    Bud

Lately, the lumps have only been lasting a week or two, so I've just been letting them go away on their own. It doesn't seem worth the money to see a professional about it. I did ask my GP about them once, but the lump was almost gone, and she couldn't feel it and didn't have any idea what it could've been. And I was too shy at the time to tell her what caused them.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/28/2010 8:14 am

    Quoting Kitty_n_BigGuy:
    Train... there are two small bones on either side of the flexor tendon of the big toe (Sesamoid bones) but I doubt it's that. it'd be higher up ...

    Could perhaps be cysts that would be in the midst of the group of flexor tendons, in the arch of the foot, and come out if you're exercised your toes more (aka curled your toes lots for prolonged periods of time ). Such cysts are common in the wrist area, and are benign...

    I doubt it's anything to do with your plantar fascia, as you didn't mention that it was painful to walk ...

    Some people also get rheumatoid nodules, but you'd know if you had rheumatoid arthritis, trust me...

    Hmmmm... I'm stumped ! LOL (physical therapist here, btw).
It's definitely not bones that I'm feeling. The lumps are closer to the surface of the skin, and they're very tender and appear kind of purplish under the skin.

They feel (to my uneducated mind) like they could be cysts, but they're never quite in the arch of my foot. I do get foot cramps and toe cramps if I curl my toes too much. So you might actually have the answer with cysts in the flexor tendons. I probably curl my toes when I have orgasms, but why would menstrual cramps cause them? I know that menstrual cramps cause my legs and feet to ache, but I don't think they do anything to my toes.

I don't think it's my plantar fascia either. It IS painful to walk on the lumps, depending on where exactly I get them, but it only happens occasionally. I think plantar fasciitis is constant, isn't it?

I don't have arthritis, so I think you're right that rheumatoid nodules aren't the problem. They're constantly present, too, aren't they?

Cysts in the foot tendons sound most likely so far. How do you get rid of them or prevent them?


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/29/2010 9:28 am

    Quoting  :

No, it's definitely not syphilis. I've been tested for that at least once since the lumps started appearing. And these are lumps underneath the skin that suddenly appear and then gradually become smaller until they disappear. They're not sores or a rash.

It doesn't seem like the symptom of an allergy either. It feels more related to muscles or tendons, to me.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/29/2010 10:25 am

Some things that are similar, but not quite right:

Ledderhose disease (plantar fibromatosis) - an aggressive healing response to small tears in the plantar fascia, almost as if the fascia over-repairs itself following an injury

ganglion cyst (in the plantar fascia?) - presumably reflects a variation in normal joint or tendon sheath function. Cysts near joints are connected to the joint and the leading theory is that a type of check valve forms that allows fluid out of the joint, but not back in.


69bud69 66M
7121 posts
4/29/2010 10:36 am

I don't blame you for being shy about telling the doc the aparent cause of the lumps. But, perhaps if your doctor is a woman, you might feel more comfortable with that discussion.
Just a thought.

Bud


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rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
4/29/2010 11:10 am

    Quoting 69bud69:
    I don't blame you for being shy about telling the doc the aparent cause of the lumps. But, perhaps if your doctor is a woman, you might feel more comfortable with that discussion.
    Just a thought.

    Bud

The doctor I asked was a woman.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
5/1/2010 8:17 am

    Quoting  :

Thanks!

I am clueless. On this one, I will ask around and do some. Research! See, if I can find anything... But, frankly, if you haven't been able to find out, knowing how thorough you are, I don't hold much. Hope that I will. Find anything on your affliction? Regardless, I will try. (Please insert. The proper punctuation thanks you.)


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
5/2/2010 8:03 am

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I always have fun. Answering you: I wish! You were around the groups. More often, I miss you.


tongue_lasher101 50M  
1 post
5/13/2010 7:20 pm

I am not sure either, but if I hear of anything I will post it here.


goodwynngone 58M  
147 posts
5/23/2010 8:16 am

hi...NOT a doctor, and "no", i don't play one on tv...but it sounds like a plantar's wort.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
5/23/2010 8:38 am

    Quoting goodwynngone:
    hi...NOT a doctor, and "no", i don't play one on tv...but it sounds like a plantar's wort.
They're nothing at all like warts. The surface of the skin isn't affected at all, and they appear all of a sudden, rather than growing like a wart, and then they disappear often within a week.


capttextbook2 61M
447 posts
6/1/2010 2:53 pm

Plantar's warts are dark, almost black, near the surface of the skin. Doesn't sound like them. Chances are if you get those bumps around the time of your period or during times of extensive numbers of orgasms( lucky you) they're caused by hormone secretions. See an endocrinologist. I hope they get better! Just don't stop the orgasms !

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rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
6/2/2010 12:26 pm

    Quoting capttextbook2:
    Plantar's warts are dark, almost black, near the surface of the skin. Doesn't sound like them. Chances are if you get those bumps around the time of your period or during times of extensive numbers of orgasms( lucky you) they're caused by hormone secretions. See an endocrinologist. I hope they get better! Just don't stop the orgasms !
That's an interesting theory. I'm trying to look this up online, but I'm not even sure where to start. Can you give me a few keywords to go by?


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
6/3/2010 8:58 am

    Quoting  :

Thank you for the compliment.

Don't believe those ads for Kinoki pads. It's a scam. 20/20 investigated the claim that they draw out toxins, and it's false. The pads turn dark because of the moisture in your feet. Even if you put distilled water on the pad, it will turn dark. And they took a used pad to a lab for toxicology tests, and the lab found no toxins on the pad. They tested for heavy metals like arsenic and mercury and 23 solvents, including benzene, toluene and styrene and found none of these on the used pads. 20/20 asked the Kinoki company for a valid scientific study, to back up its claim, but it couldn't provide one and declined a TV interview.

But I love your recommendation for a foot massage! That's one bit of medical advice I'll gladly take.


rm_peter3dude 79M
550 posts
8/19/2010 4:37 am

muscle spasms? blood clot? there are rubber bandaids with a hole in them that you can ware to ease the pressure till it goes away. and hell don't give up the orgasms.
i suspect it has to do with the stress you put on your whole body during orgasm but please go find out whats wrong.


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
8/29/2010 2:08 pm

    Quoting rm_peter3dude:
    muscle spasms? blood clot? there are rubber bandaids with a hole in them that you can ware to ease the pressure till it goes away. and hell don't give up the orgasms.
    i suspect it has to do with the stress you put on your whole body during orgasm but please go find out whats wrong.
I haven't had one (foot lump, not orgasm) in quite a while now. But next time it happens, I'll take it to the doctor to look at. The bandaid with the hole in the middle is a good idea. I never thought of that!


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
8/7/2011 8:47 am

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Any idea why they come and go?


rm_trainmepls1 50F
723 posts
9/24/2011 4:06 pm

My latest theory is possibly Morton's neuroma. But I haven't had a lump in probably a year now. So it might've been some kind of injury (from wearing improper footwear that I no longer wear) that got aggravated by things like orgasms or cramps. That wouldn't rule out the neuroma theory. The only thing is that neuromas generally can't be felt as an actual lump.


22hungry4u 60M
11 posts
5/6/2013 5:13 pm

During both events your level of general BLOOD hydration lowers. You become slightly dehydrated thus increasing blood viscosity (thickness) because of SUBCUTANEOUS water storage(it's pulled from bloodstream & shunted towards just under skin surface). Take in more potassium, slightly more sodium, & water VERY frequently to diminish the onset of cyst like nodules(& clots). Wiggle toes, walk around, keep circulation going in ALL parts of body EVEN extremities of feet/ toes.


rm_trainmepls1 replies on 5/8/2013 8:55 am:
That sounds interesting, but I'm not sure I really understand. Is that something that would be in/on the skin? Or is it like a lump deeper within my foot? And why would that happen only in that particular area of the soles of my feet?

rm_trainmepls1 replies on 6/2/2013 9:10 am:
I think you're probably right that dehydration factors into it somehow. I've figured out (I think) that it's Achenbach Syndrome. I found a forum where a bunch of people were talking about popped blood vessels, and a lot of the people who suffered from them also suffered from migraines. I also get migraines, and they mostly come on when I'm dehydrated and my blood vessels dilate. I've never noticed whether I'm dehydrated when I get foot lumps, but maybe I am. Maybe it's like getting a migraine in my foot?

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