I just went to the Podiatrist to complain about/find reason for, my 'fuzzy' feet. He blamed it on the PMR and said there was no loss of sensation in the places where it mattered. So no worries there. He's done a beautiful job on my far from beautiful toe nails!!! I'm very pleased with him. According to him PMR causes these foot problems, something I did not know before. So an altogether satisfactory visit.
Visit to Podiatrist: I just went to the Podiatrist... - PMRGCAuk
That’s my New Year resolution. To see a Podiatrist. My feet and nails are in an awful state due to Psoriasis. I was told that I didn’t have Arthritic Psoriasis, but I sometimes wonder. Having two honest children in the house has made me realise my efforts are not enough. It’s a shame I have nice little feet, always wore sensible shoes now this!
I too have psoriasis on my feet and they are not a pretty sight. I have always worn sensible shoes because my feet have always been a non-standard width and getting shoes that are comfortable has been a challenge. I only wore wedges, kitten heels or flat shoes in my younger days and always wide enough at the toe. I'm proud to say that in all of my 67 years I have never had a corn or a seg. I only wear flat shoes now. I think I would fall off even a kitten heel these days