Yes, you can have Morton’s neuroma in both feet. In fact, Morton’s neuromas are bilateral (i.e. involving both feet) in 15% of patients.
The pain and discomfort due to Morton’s neuroma is independent of the size of the tumor, so you can have a very small Morton’s neuroma that is extremely painful or you can have a very large Morton’s neuroma that only gives you a little discomfort. When you see your medical provider, make sure he or she examines both feet carefully and try to see a provider with experience in diagnosing and treating Morton’s neuroma.
Toe-spacers and/or orthotics can be used to help space out metatarsal bones and these can be used as a preventive or therapeutic modality.