Why Do My Heels Hurt in the Morning?

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The hurting heel, particularly in the morning may be diagnosed as Plantar Fasciitis. It is mostly felt when you get out of bed or when you stand after resting for a while. It is often due to over use like by over exercising and the pain feels like a stone bruise.
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