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Pain in my feet

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Re: Pain in my feet

Hi Debknits

Thanks for posting.

It sounds like you’re going through quite a bit at the moment.

It would be unusual for pain in the feet to be a symptom linked to a breast cancer diagnosis.  However, even though you are being thoroughly assessed at the moment so your team can plan your treatment, it’s always worth mentioning any symptoms you have so they can be checked.

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Pain in my feet

Hi I’ve not started any treatment yet, and see the consultant on Friday following bone ct liver scans etc. 

As the subject says, I’m getting pain almost daily on the base/sole of my heels, would it be worth mentioning on Friday or are they likely to be totally unrelated. 
had it before the diagnosis to be fair. 
Just something else to worry about lol