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A lot of major problems in the body's system can be cleared up by doing a bowel cleanse. The bowel when blocked swells up against every major organ in the body except the brain. When you cleanse the bowel you relieve the pressure on your spine(which effects your legs and feet), relieves the pressure on your liver and kidneys and helps you digest foods better. Cut out eating as much red meats as possible and drink 6 to 8 bottles of pure water and as much fresh fruits as possible.
Maybe heel spurs, or perhaps a circulation problem.
Possible bone spurs will cause this pain in the heels. See a foot doctor I dont think it will go away on its own.
Bone spurs or old shoes. I can always tell when my shoes are wearing out because my heels hurt. The heels take the most compression in your shoes and when they start sinking beyond where they should be, it's time to get new shoes.
However, if it's ONLY after you've been sitting at your desk and it goes away after a bit, I would say you do not have your chair adjusted for proper ergonomics. Many chair manufacturers include ergonimic tips for adjusting their product. I used to think ergonomics was hooey, but it really does affect you.
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Could also be a plantar wart, those grow beneath the surface and inward.
The fat that you are sitting for long periods. Try a seat cushion with the coccyx cut out and also try insoles for your shoes.
What kind of shoes are you wearing? I get this sometimes when I wear sandals, flip flops, etc. I wear cross trainers for a day and I feel a whole lot better...I don't have enough padding on my heels so nicer shoes help a lot.
Or it could be what the others are saying..
I had something similar to your story happen to me when I was younger. I turned out to be a torn planter facet in my feet. Basically it is like a little group of tendons that connects the ball of your heel to the center of your foot. I found that after driving and sitting it hurt. The pain finally went away after about 6 months but every once in awhile it will come back. I suggest going to a podiatrist. Good luck.
I'm not sure what it is but I know what might help. Try taking your shoes off at your desk(wear comfortable shoes with some kind of padding or insert). buy one of those real squishy pillows they make that come in all those bright colors that sometimes are used for neck comfort when you travel. Rest your feet on one of those when you are at your desk. Sometimes we put added pressure on our feet when we are sitting and we don't even realize it. I'm not going to guess what it is but you really should go to a doctor to rule out anything mentioned here. good luck and I hope this helps.