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A 32-year-old member asked:

I have a hot flashes in my foot?

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Dr. Stephen Geller
Podiatry 31 years experience
Burning feet: I'm not sure what you mean so let's look at the most common problems. Swelling can cause a "warm" feeling in your feet. Many causes of swelling are possible. Nerves can cause "burning" in your feet. Again many types of nerve problems exist. Your best bet is to see a physician.
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Dr. Joseph Newman
Podiatry 33 years experience
See a doctor: Burning in the feet can be due to nerve irritation in the feet such as tarsal tunnel syndrome, might indicate referred pain from a low back issue, or might be due to a medical issue such as diabetes, arthritis, thyroid issues or be circulatory in nature. Your doctor is a first step in getting this sorted out. Good luck.
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Last updated Aug 6, 2017

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