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OK. So i started wearing heels to fundraise for charity. over the new year (2018/19) i raised over £1000 for the british lung foundation.

i have since found that wearing heels for long periods help relieve the pain in my spine. It has now come to a point where i am enjoying wearing heels on an almost daily basis.

I find i am most comfortable i heels around 3-4 inches high or 5'' with a platform. i do prefer the flex of a single sole though.

i love my peeptoe boots as well as my normal boots. i also have some t-bar and mary-jane shoes that i like.

Do i care what other people think? Like hell do i. I just do what i want. if people dont like my heels, tough shit.

I now find im wearing heels because i like wearing them and i feel confident wearing them.

this is my latest purchaes although i have removed the bling

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3 hours ago, krazykev64 said:

i have since found that wearing heels for long periods help relieve the pain in my spine. It has now come to a point where i am enjoying wearing heels on an almost daily basis.

I find i am most comfortable i heels around 3-4 inches high or 5'' with a platform. i do prefer the flex of a single sole though.

Welcome to the CLUB.

There a few others here that wear heels for pain.For me, 3.5-4.5 heels stop bone-on-bone rubbing in my hip. i have been wearing heels since I discovered this in 2015. I had been wearing shorter heels, like Bare Traps for years before.

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krazykev64,

Sounds like you have found an answer for your pain that did NOT involve some doctor pushing a pill from big Pharma. Good for you!! When one is confident in one's presentation then opinions of bystanders become a moot point indeed. I don't have any joint pain at this point in my life rather I just wear heels because it's part of my identity just like they are part of yours, and Cali's, and etc., etc. Keep your heels high, your gaze level, and your spirits aimed at enjoying yet another day on This Big Blue Planet. HappyinHeels

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My back problems are 5 slipped disc's, ankolising spondalytus, osteoarthritus and i was also born with canal stenosis.

I hate taking painkillers but i have just ordered some DMSO so i can give that a try.

Even my rhematologist said that the heels will releave pain as they are releaving the pressure on my slipped discs.

All he said is not to live in them as they can cause other problems. I find that the heels make me stand more upright as well.

Oh and i have just ordered myself some nice new peeoptoe booties

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Welcome buddy, real nice to have you here with us....Don

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Hi and welcome to the site, some nice looking heels there mate, i prefer wearing longer boots and also don’t give a stuff what people think, i look forward to exchanging stories with you in the future and always great to have fellow brits on here 

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On 8/13/2019 at 6:21 PM, krazykev64 said:

OK. So i started wearing heels to fundraise for charity. over the new year (2018/19) i raised over £1000 for the british lung foundation.

I remember that - weren't you wearing Pleaser white platforms??

 

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