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Ok, so I went to a running store in NYC and got myself a pair of stability shoes because two different stores said my left foot is pronating.

I ran a mile yesterday in these shoes, and this morning I feel a slight limp in my left foot (it hurts very little when I put it down while walking). My right foot feels fine.

I want to know if this is expected during the first few days of using stability shoes.

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I wear stability shoes and I never experienced that.
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New shoes shouldn't hurt, regardless of what type they are.

Time to have a talk with your running store. It might be something as simple as changing how you lace your shoes, or they might need to put you in a different shoe. It's not an exact science - sometimes it takes a few attempts to find the right shoe.
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Well I've already run with those shoes in the mud and they will most likely refuse to take them back. Anything else I can try?
The shoes themselves don't hurt and I feel fine in them. I feel the slight pain when I'm in my sneakers or flip flops and walk.
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Try wearing your running shoes the day after and see if you still have the pain you get when you wear your flip flops
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I don't notice anything anymore. I ran yesterday and I feel fine today.
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