Several conditions can cause severe pain in the soles of the feet including bruises and the thickening of the tissue, as noted by WebMD. When the tissue thickens, it can affect the nerves in the feet. More »

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Causes of foot pain include injury, overuse, inflammatory conditions and Achilles tendinitis, according to the Mayo Clinic. Nerve damage, bone spurs and ingrown toenails are other common causes of foot pain. More »

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Both chronic fatigue syndrome and systemic lupus erythematosus can cause severe foot pain, according to Lupus Foundation of America and About.com. Such pain is usually found in both feet at the same time. More »

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Pain in the soles of the feet, which may include the balls of the feet, the heels or a generalized area, may result from plantar fasciitis, stone bruises, metatarsalgia or heel spurs, according to WebMD. Neuropathy is an... More »

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Swelling, stiffening and burning pain in the big toe can be symptoms of gout, a type of arthritis affecting joints and surrounding tissue, according to WebMD. Gout reoccurs until treated using a prescription medication, ... More »

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Symptoms of a fallen or prolapsed bladder include pain in the pelvis, tender and bleeding tissue protruding from the vagina, frequent bladder infections and lower back pain, according to WebMD. Some women may also experi... More »

Neuropathic foot pain may be reduced by soaking feet in warm water, good foot health care, adequate exercise, and controlling contributing conditions such as diabetes, diet, and smoking. Neuropathic foot pain has many ca... More »