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Do you possibly mean a Morton's neuroma? These are diagnosed by imaging; usually an ultrasound or MRI.
An anti-inflammatory is not advisable with a history of hiatal hernia, and possibly not after two TIAs. A cortisone injection is a better treatment if it is a neuroma, along with physical therapy, orthotics, and soft shoes. If necessary, outpatient surgery can be preformed to remove the neuroma.
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A podiatrist is the specialist to see about your feet.
Please let me know if you have additional questions about this.