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Neuroma #4

It’s time for the weekly neuroma update. I’m pleased to report it’s definitely improving. Logically, I knew it was last week, but it was still causing me enough discomfort that I was hesitant to commit to any positivity. The aches

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Neuroma #3

The neuroma situation this week is that it’s probably a bit better than it has been but it’s hard to tell. Summary: + It has mostly stopped feeling painful or bruised or weird when I wake up + I was

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Neuroma #2

I am now at week #4 of no running an the neuroma has… …got a lot worse. It’s not ambiguous, it hurts more. And if it continues at its current trend it’s going to cause me problems getting to/from work,

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Neuroma…

Unfortunately the Morton’s neuroma in my left foot has not improved. Or, more accurately: It started to improve, then I did too much and it got worse again. I ran last week on Saturday and Sunday. It had been hurting

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Running…

Over the (late) summer I contracted an unlikely running injury: a throbbing in the front of my shoulder/chest. I later discovered that barbell rows aggravated it, so I think it has something to do with the motion of pulling my

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Ouch

I ended up taking two weeks off from running to let the pain in my right foot settle down, and it did, but defying all explanation, in the midst of this, my left foot started displaying similar symptoms. In the space

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running

For the past few months the running has been going OK at about 3 times/20km a week. But now, unfortunately, the old foot pain is back presenting itself as a sometimes sharp/sometimes dull pain under my 3rd/4th toes. I am

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