Oh do I ever! I had 4, 2 on each foot and my doc said they were the size of his thumb!! I suffered for 5 years before I saw a podiatrist, then for months I got injections of steroids and lidocaine between my toes(unbelievably painful!!!). My podiatrist didn't think it was neuromas because they didn't show up on a CT scan. I was seeing my Ortho for my knee when I brought up the pain in my feet. I told him about
the scan and he said neuromas wouldn't show up. He was giving my the shots of steroids, he had done 1 and was going to so the other one when he said he was not going to put me through this. He said I needed surgery. He did one foot first, then I went back for the other. The thing with surgery is they have to cut back far enough that another neuroma cannot develope. They usually form because of the pinching between the toes. I still get a mild pain once in awhile depending on the shoe. I can still wear hogh heels, just not for long. And if I work out on the eliptical, my foot starts to hurt after 30 minutes from staying in the same place so I just try and remember to shake my foot every once in a while. Although I am rarely well enough to work out.
It was the best decision I ever made. I kick myself for waiting 5 years.