Originally Posted by ConsiderThis
Wow, you have a LOT of pictures.
I thought you might be interested to hear that last year I could not lift my feet. Similar to when I had tetanus and it took me three steps to cross a foot-square Saltillo tile. I was really worried. But a lot of rest and very gradual exercise has made for amazing improvement.
Have you checked out the symptoms of low vitamin B12? B12 is often a factor in neurological problems.
Tetanus, as an aside, is a central nervous system disease.
Hi, thanks for your reply. I have been tested for vitamin b12 and diabetes etc....but my tests were all normal.
Unfortunately due to the appearance of my feet, my doctors are quite sure it has to be a genetic mutation of some kind. I believe many of these neurological genetic conditions cause distinctive foot deformity, and when both feet are deformed like mine, it seems to be even more likely to be a genetic thing. I'm all too aware of this after seeing various doctors who have advised that this strongly points to a genetic cause.