I am a 39 year old female, and my health is good, except out of the blue I was diagnosed with pulmonary embolism a month ago. I was hospitalized and now I am currently taking coumadin.
I am a hairstylist and I do a lot of standing. I have constant pain in both soles of my feet. I right sole hurts more and my big toe and big toe mound hurts. The pain is worse in the evening and it bothers me more when I walk.
There's not enough information supplied by you for me to give a sound reply.
First I would need information about you; your age, gender, level of health, fitenss or activity level, etcetera.
Second I'd need to know if this is a yoga related question. If so, what practice are you doing, how often, for how long?
Finally, the description of the issue you are having is far too general. Are you have a sharp or dull pain? Is it constant or periodic? Is it in the heel, big toe mound, or arch? Is it worse in the morning or evening? Is it worse with heat or cold. Is it worse standing or sitting?
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